TOWN HALL CLOSED TO GENERAL PUBLIC: https://townofburlington.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Press-Release-11-20-2020.pdf   Contact: Brian Graziano, Town Administrator 262-763-3070 Email:   November 20, 2020   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   TOWN OF BURLINGTON – COVID-19 - NEWS   Effective Monday - November 23rd, 2020, The Town of Burlington will be making changes to in-person services and closing Town Hall to the General Public. We urge residents to conduct business on-line, by mail or the drop box in front of Town Hall.  Town Hall staff will be available by phone and email during regular operating hours. Because some town business cannot be conducted online, you may schedule an appointment when necessary.  Our building inspector will be available for walk ins if necessary.  Please call Town Hall for further questions.  Tax bill information and news will be posted on our website in the coming weeks.     Highway Department The Highway Department will be running on a limited capacity. All emergency work will be handled by the highway department. Please note: No new road projects will begin in the upcoming weeks.   Town Fire Department All Stations are closed to the public but staffing and coverage remains unchanged.   Town Police Department Racine County Sheriff’s Office will continue full operations.    If you have any questions or need any accommodations, please let us know at 262-763-3070 or or .   Please check our website for the most up to date information: https://townofburlington.com/ Follow us on Facebook for the latest news fb.me/Townofburlington

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Halloween Information

Halloween

This year’s Trick-or-Treat hours will be from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 31.  

The CDC has determined that traditional, door-to-door trick-or-treating is a higher-risk activity. The CDC recommends that individuals and families avoid higher-risk activities as much as possible. 

Please Remember 

Participating in trick-or-treating is a personal choice for each family, and neighbors may choose differently from others based on their own comfort levels. All trick-or-treaters are encouraged to be respectful of their neighbors’ decisions to participate in trick-or-treating or not.

*Should your family choose to trick-or-treat, please carefully review the safety tips below*

Trick-or-Treating

·         Stay home if you are sick. DO NOT hand out treats or trick-or-treat if you are sick.

·         Only trick-or-treat with people you live with. Going with people you don’t live with can expose you to COVID-19.

·         Wear a face mask that covers both your nose and mouth. Do not use a costume mask as a substitute for a cloth mask unless it’s made of 2 or more layers of breathable fabric. Do not wear a costume mask over a cloth mask, as it may become difficult to breathe.

·         Trick-or-treat in your neighborhood. Staying close to home may reduce the likelihood of the virus spreading out more broadly.

·         Do not come within 6 feet of other groups. Leave space on the sidewalk and when going up to houses.

·         Have hand sanitizer available. Use sanitizer often and before eating, or after coughing/sneezing. Wash your hands thoroughly when you return home.

 

Handing Out Treats

·         Turn on your porch light or post a sign on your door to let trick-or treaters know you’re participating.

·         Get creative with distributing candy while maintaining physical distance:

·         Limit contact: Candy should be handed out by one individual who should be masked and gloved. Children should not be allowed to grab candy out of a bowl. 

·         Use a table: Distribute treats by placing on a table on the front porch, walkway or driveway instead of handing treats out. 

·         Think outside the box: Consider fun ways of distributing candy and maintaining distance such as candy chutes or individual grab bags or paper cups.

 

Please see link for more information

https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/community.htm#-halloween