The City of Racine Public Health Department announces “Safer Racine” to guide the City of Racine through the reopening process amid the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Municipal Ordinance took effect beginning the evening of Monday, June 22, 2020, and expired on June 30, 2021.
Click here to view the City of Racine’s Safer Racine Ordinance.
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Additional Information, Questions, and Enforcement Concerns / Complaints
As we progress through this pandemic, questions on the implementation of this strategy and how it affects specific organizations can be directed to the City of Racine Public Health Department at 262-636-9201 or [email protected].
In addition, enforcement concerns and complaints can be forwarded through the City of Racine Crime Stoppers by telephone (1-888-636-9330), text message [RACS to 274637(CRIMES)] or online (www.racine.crimestoppersweb.com).
Businesses operating multiple services must comply with the individual criteria established for each unique service (i.e. bar or restaurant components). Where there are conflicting specifications, the most restrictive applies. Reopening guidelines may be re-evaluated with respect to the emergency public health order.
Reopen Guidelines from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation:
Follow Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance and recommendations relating to disease prevention measures, including the use of face masks or cloth face covers, social distancing, and proper cleaning and sanitation. Resources are available here:
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