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Burlington Town Hall and other offices closing to the public

Burlington Town Hall and other offices closing to the public

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Burlington Town Hall and Police Dept.

Burlington Town Hall, located at 32288 Bushnell Rd., is closing to the public effective Nov. 23 to control the spread of the coronavirus.

TOWN OF BURLINGTON — The Burlington Town Hall is closing to the public, and other changes are coming in town government to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

Officials said the town hall at 32288 Bushnell Road is closing effective Nov. 23. Town fire department stations also are closing to the public, but will remain fully staffed and operational.

The announcement came one day after the City of Burlington said it would be closing all of its buildings due to COVID-19 concerns.

The Racine County Sheriff’s Office is making no changes in its coverage of police services in the town, officials said.

In an announcement Friday, the Town of Burlington said its highway department will curtail operations, handling all emergencies, but starting no new road projects in the coming weeks.

Officials urged residents to conduct business online, by mail or using a drop box in front of town hall. Town staff will be available by phone and email during regular business hours.

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