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How Wauwatosa is Prepared to Respond to COVID-19

Wauwatosa routinely plans, trains, and exercises with partner agencies on responses to pandemics or infectious diseases. We are monitoring developments related to COVID-19 as they happen. Learn about city services available online or by mail.

 

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Wauwatosa and COVID-19

Wauwatosa routinely plans, trains, and exercises with partner agencies on responses to pandemics or infectious diseases. The safety of our community is our top priority. We are monitoring the CDC's real-time updates and Wisconsin Department of Health's guidelines related to COVID-19.  

Various departments that offer city services are prepared to activate contingency plans, if required. Follow City of Wauwatosa on Facebook and Twitter for city news.

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Stay Home, Save Lives

Governor Evers' issued the "Safer at Home" order meaning that people should stay at home other than essential trips or business.

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City Services During COVID-19

Expand the subjects below to learn more about city services during COVID-19. Call us with questions: (414) 479-8900.

Paying property taxes, water bills, pet licenses
Absentee voting
Garbage and recycling collection continues
Wauwatosa Public Library online services
Municipal Court is postponed through May 1, 2020
Drop Off Center not available
Special Curbside Collections - reduced rate
City parks remain open, but playgrounds, skatepark and more are closed
Senior meals (carry out) are available
Police continue to serve our community
Small business financial support

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