March 24, 2020
Governor Tony Evers today directed the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary to issue a Safer at Home Order that prohibits all nonessential travel, with some exceptions as clarified and defined in the order. The order will remain in effect until 8 am Friday, April 24, 2020, or until a superseding order is issued.
Due to the directives under this order, the City of Montreal will have essential personnel at City Hall but will have the doors locked to limit public exposure and maintain the Safe at Home Order requirements. City services will continue and any questions or issues related to City-provided services can be addressed by calling City Hall at 715-561-4955. City offices will be staffed between the hours of 9 am to 3 pm with limited staff.
The option to vote an absentee ballot is a safe and prudent option at this time, and registered voters can apply at myvote.wi.gov. This procedure will protect your exposure and allow you to vote in the upcoming election and maintain physical distancing.
Please visit Montreal’s webpage at www.montreal.wi.gov for the most up to date information on City services and notifications.
I encourage everyone to review the Governor’s Safe at Home Order and follow its directives to slow the spread of Corona-19 within Wisconsin and our community. The safety and health of our residents is our top priority, and the staff is committed to providing you service.