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City of Franklin, Wisconsin


All City of Franklin buildings are open to the public.

  • We are encouraging travel within City buildings to be limited to essential business needs only and we ask that you please wear a mask while in City Hall public spaces.
  • If business can be completed online, we encourage residents to do so by visiting the respective department web pages or contacting the specific department via phone or email.
  • Social distancing of 6 feet or greater will be followed within all City buildings, increased cleaning of high-touched surfaces will occur by building maintenance staff, and barrier/shield devices have been added to department counters.
  • Remember to follow social distancing of at least 6 feet, wash hands often for 20 or more seconds, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer, cover your cough and sneezes (into sleeve or elbow, not hands), and stay home if sick.

Coronavirus Directives & Restrictions


The Franklin Health Department is working with our local, County, and State partners to assure COVID-19 vaccines are available and accessible to all individuals over the age of 16.  For the most up-to-date information on vaccine providers in our area, visit to search by provider, location, and vaccine type.  Please continue to monitor this website and the Health Department's Facebook page for updates on vaccine availability. 


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Community Spotlight

American Legion Post 192 Memorial Day Observance

In honor of military personnel who died in the service of our country, Franklin American Legion Post 192 will hold a Memorial Day observance on May 31, 2021 at 10 a.m. at the Veteran's Memorial on the Franklin Public Library grounds (weather permitting).  Physical distancing from those outside your social circle and masks are encouraged. 

US45 Reconstruction-Rawson Ave. to College Ave.

WisDOT is planning to reconstruct US 45 (Lovers Lane) from Rawson Avenue to College Avenue.  Changes have been made to the design since the last public involvement meeting in February 2020. Due to current public health guidance, project information is being shared online in lieu of a public meeting. As the project continues to move forward, your input is welcomed and appreciated throughout the design process.  Please view the virtual public involvement meeting materials and exhibits.  There is also a place to add your comments.

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Open Burning

Open burning of yard waste is allowed now through June 15th with a permit (available at City Hall).  See FAQ's about Outdoor/Open Burning.

Franklin Civic Celebration

The 2021 Franklin Civic Celebration will take place July 2, 3, and 4th.  See complete details.

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