Dodge County offices will remain open to provide services to residents. However, the public is encouraged to use online services or call instead of coming in person if possible.
Dodge County is taking active measures to prevent COVID-19 from entering our buildings in order to protect the public and our employees.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN EXPERIENCING ANY SYMPTOMS LIKE A FEVER OR NEW COUGH, PLEASE RESCHEDULE YOUR VISIT UNTIL YOUR SYMPTOMS HAVE STOPPED.
IF YOUR VISIT IS UNNECESSARY, PLEASE CONSIDER RESCHEDULING OR CALLING IF YOU ARE UNSURE WHETHER OR NOT YOU’VE BEEN EXPOSED TO COVID-19 OR INFLUENZA.
IF YOU DO ENTER OUR FACILITY, PLEASE STOP AT THE NEAREST RESTROOM TO WASH YOUR HANDS; REMEMBER TO SCRUB YOUR HANDS WITH SOAP FOR 20 SECONDS BEFORE RINSING WITH WATER.
The Administration Office will maintain a minimum distance of 6 feet of separation for those waiting for service and a maximum of 15 people in the general waiting room area.Thank you for your assistance and cooperation!