City of Sheboygan Announces Re-opening of City Facilities to the Public

Categories: Parks & Forestry

Effective Tuesday, May 26, 2020, the City of Sheboygan will re-open many city facilities to the public. An exception is the Senior Activity Center for which a re-opening date has not been set. According to Darrell Hofland, City Administrator, “With the re-opening of city facilities, we ask Sheboygan residents and businesses to remain vigilant in following safety guidelines including social distancing.” The city facilities which will open to the public on May 26 include City Hall, the Municipal Services Building, and Mead Public Library. City staff will continue to practice social distancing by keeping 6 feet or more of separation between themselves and customers, and between co-workers. Residents and businesses are urged to continue to use drop boxes, city websites, virtual meetings, email, and phone calls as the preferred methods of contact.

The City of Sheboygan Parks Division is not accepting reservation requests for shelter and building rentals until June 30; this date is consistent with the Sheboygan County Safe Restart phased approach.

The following will be open:

  • City park tennis courts and pickleball
  • City park restrooms will have phased re-opening starting May 26
  • City park trails
  • City beaches
  • City dog parks
  • City disc golf
  • City fish cleaning stations
  • City boat and kayak launches

The following will be closed until June 30 and re-evaluated based on the Sheboygan County Safe Restart Guidelines:

  • City park playgrounds will remain closed
  • City park buildings and shelters will remain closed

This information is current as of the release date and time and remains subject to change.

Please click here for the full press release.

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