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COVID-19 BEST PRACTICES and TESTING

Safer at Home, frequent hand washing, and social distancing are still the best ways to protect yourself.

Anyone currently experiencing symptoms such as fever, cough, and shortness of breath, should contact his or her health care provider for testing recommendations and stay home until fever-free for 72 hours without medication. 

TESTING is available through Aurora to anyone in the community who is experiencing at least one COVID symptom. All patients must be pre-registered and can do so by either calling 1-877-819-5034 or visiting aah.org/testing. Hours of operation vary by site. The test comes with no out-of-pocket cost to the patient, as Advocate Aurora will either bill a patient’s insurance or absorb the cost of the test for patients who do not have insurance.

Dated May 31, 2020


VILLAGE HALL, PARK BUILDINGS
and PLAYGROUNDS REMAIN CLOSED

–VETERANS PARK EXCEPTION FOR ADULT LEAGUE PLAY–

The Village of Cleveland relies upon the Manitowoc Co. Health Dept. for health services.  Monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website and the Manitowoc County website for their recommended responses to the pandemic.  In addition, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services provides suggestions to protect your health plus great data on the number of current cases, tests, and patient recoveries in Wisconsin.

The Village Board is watching developments at all levels of government.  Its directive to close Village Hall remains in place, and park buildings and playgrounds remain closed at this time.  These decisions are visited regularly by the Village Board.  Watch this website for updates as the situation progresses.

CLEVELAND ATHLETIC CLUB USE OF VETERANS PARK

The Cleveland Athletic Club presented to the Village Board a COVID-19 Maintenance Plan that would allow use of the Veterans Park concession stand, bathroom facility, and playground during the hours of adult-age league play.  Club members stated they would ensure social distancing, offer only prepackaged food (no fresh food to be served), and sanitize the concession stand and bathrooms at least once an hour.  This would begin one hour before game time and end one hour afterward. 

The Village Board reviewed the plan at its May 27, 2020, meeting and, after discussion, authorized use of these facilities by the Athletic Club provided the members enforced the terms of their plan.  The Club will provide updates to the Human Resources and Public Safety Committee and the Village Board at their June meetings.

At all other times, the concession stand, bathrooms, and playground will remain closed. 

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All Village business will be conducted via Village Hall drop box, email, mail, telephone, or electronic meeting, except for publicly-noticed meetings of a governmental body.

Village Staff will answer phone calls during our business hours of 10am-12noon, 12:30pm-4pm, Monday through Thursday.

Contact the Village at 920-693-8181 ext. 101 or sgrunwald@clevelandwi.gov if you believe your situation requires an in-person meeting.

PLEASE USE THE DROP BOX for all licensing, permits, and payment drops.

PAY ONLINE at www.clevelandwi.gov/payments.

Stacy Grunwald
Director of Village Services

Updated May 14, 2020, 5:45pm


 

DO NOT ENTER the Village Hall if you are unwell or have been exposed to someone who is unwell.

PAYMENTS.  Payments can be placed in the drop box outside the Village Hall front door or made online on the PAYMENTS PAGE of this website.  A receipt for a drop box payment will be mailed or emailed upon request.

DOG LICENSES.  Rabies certificates can be emailed or placed in the drop box.  License fees can be placed in the drop box or paid online on the PAYMENTS PAGE of this website.  The dog license will be mailed to you.  Please leave a telephone number or email to reach you if there is a problem with the license materials.

BUILDING PERMITS.  Building permit applications can be placed in the drop box, mailed to Village Hall, or emailed to krodewald@clevelandwi.gov.  Permit fees can be placed in the drop box or paid online on the PAYMENTS PAGE of this website.  The approved permit card will be mailed, emailed, or faxed to you.

VILLAGE HALL ACCESS.  Call (920) 693-8181 ext. 101 and leave a message if you believe your situation requires an in-person meeting.  Leave your name, the purpose for the visit and a telephone number or email address to contact you.

POLICE AND COURT.  Police Officers are following their regular schedule to handle emergencies and respond to complaints.  Other staff in the Cleveland Police Department and Municipal Court offices are available for non-emergency business by phone, email, or fax.  Please call (920) 693-3442 or email police@clevelandwi.gov OR court@clevelandwi.gov

Dated March 18, 2020. Updated April 7, 2020; April 10, 2020.
Stacy Grunwald, Director of Village Services


YARD WASTE SITE
–OPEN APRIL 1 to NOVEMBER 30–

CLOSED MONDAYS FOR MAINTENANCE