Monroe County to ease in-person restrictions starting April 1

SPARTA, Wis. (WKBT) — Monroe County will remove restrictions limiting building access April 1, allowing more people to come receive county services in-person.

As cases of COVID-19 continue to go down in Monroe County, most county departments will be more open. Residents are encouraged to continue to call ahead and schedule appointments if possible and use the drop boxes to drop mail or make payments.

Face coverings over the nose and mouth are required in most county buildings and disposable masks will be available. Social distancing will also be required.

The following Departments will continue with the current limited access and safety
  • Human Services is open by appointment and walk in but recommend appointments in order to guarantee to be seen. Please call (608)269-8600 to make an appointment.
  • Land Conservation has limited building access by appointment only. Please Call (608) 269-8975 to make an appointment.
  • Local History Room & Museum has limited capacity. Please call (608) 269-8680 for more information and reservations.
  • Rolling Hills Rehabilitation Center is allowing visits for residents with some restrictions. Visitors are encouraged to call ahead to schedule their visit and ensure a visit can occur. Masks are
  • required at all times. Visitors will be screened for illness and those who have been exposed to COVID-19 in the past 14 days or have any symptoms of illness will not be allowed into the facility. Please call (608)269-8800 to schedule visits.
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