Governor Evers Executive Order #95 Declaring a State of Emergency and Public Health Emergency 11/20/2020
Emergency Order #1 - New Face Covering Requirement 11/20/2020
Face Coverings FAQs
October 29, 2020 - Due to the escalation of COVID-19 cases that has made the ability to identify and control the spread of the virus increasingly difficult, the Franklin Health Department enacted a prioritization framework for the response to confirmed COVID-19 cases in Franklin. Prioritization of follow-up will be given to the following groups: Age 65 and older; Children 19 years old and younger; College age students; Individuals connected to a facility outbreak or potential outbreak; All other individuals will be contacted as capacity allows. See our Health Alert and Community Call to Action for additional information on how you can help stop the spread of COVID-19.
With the number of cases in our community continuing to climb, it has become necessary for all of us to pull back on non-essential public gatherings and outings. In addition to the prioritization above, we strongly recommend all residents and businesses fall back to PHASE B of the Safe Opening Capacity Guidance effective October 30, 2020. Guidelines for PHASE B under this plan include:
- Public gatherings limited to 10 people;
- Occupancy limits for restaurants and bars at 50% capacity;
- Occupancy limits for retail establishments, salons and spa services, and gyms and places of amusement at 25% capacity.
We encourage businesses to visit the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) websites for information on safe business practices in your respective industries. For our residents and visitors, we urge you to continue to follow physical distancing and personal protective measures as you move throughout our community or any other. Read more.
Community Letter from the City of Franklin - October 29, 2020
Community Letter from the City of Franklin and Franklin Public Schools - October 16, 2020
COVID-19 Glossary & FAQs
Latest COVID-19 disease statistics for the City, County, and State:
We encourage business owners to consult the Safe Opening Capacity Guidance to prevent future spread of COVID-19 cases.
Halloween Trick-Or-Treat Safety Tips
CDC COVID-19 Symptom Checker
Community COVID-19 Testing Sites for those who do not have a doctor or if their doctor does not approve testing for them.
Face Covering Do's and Dont's
CDC Coronavirus Fact Sheet / Stop the Spread of Germs Fact Sheet
FRANKLIN CARES: There are community volunteers available to support Franklin neighbors with non-medical needs during this time of physical distancing. If you or someone you know needs food or prescriptions delivered, help to find childcare, or someone to call and check on them, please fill out this online request form to be matched by FRANKLIN CARES with a volunteer, or call FRANKLIN CARES at 414-301-1489. Email FRANKLIN CARES with any additional comments or suggestions. If interested in being added to the volunteer registry, please complete registration form.
SENIOR DINING: TO-GO LUNCHES PROVIDED ONLY; RESERVATIONS REQUIRED - SEE COMPLETE DETAILS.