Expectations of Folk in the Town of Clover

Beginning Tuesday, March 24, 2020 people are to shelter in place. That means you!

Activities are limited to such things as:

  • Walking the Dog
  • Going for essential supplies, like Food & Pharmacy supplies
  • Keeping essential appointments, like essential medical appointments
  • Call prior to going to validate that you should be going

If you think that you may have the virus, call your health care worker and follow their directions
Call 911 for emergencies, as usual. If you have needs other than listed above and need help, call a neighbor, relative or friend for help, OR
Herbster Strong at:
Web: http://herbster-wi.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/herbsterstrong/
Instagram: http://instagram.com.herbsterstrong
email: strong@herbster-wi.com
Phone: (715)774-3849

The only people exempted from the measures listed above are essential workers. Among these are the following:
Government Officials when a task requires presence other than at home from a computer

Essential Service Providers:
Employees of essential services, ie.,
Health care
Day Care Workers of health care workers dependents
Food purveyors
Delivery services
Maintenance personnel including Roads
Transfer Service (Trash)
Sanitary Service
Maintenance of the Sanitary District Sewer Systems
Maintenance of personal sewer systems, ie, holding tanks and septic systems
Emergency Services, ie, Ambulance and Fire Suppression Services

People with cabins, 2nd homes, friends or relatives are to stay where they are and not travel to Herbster, except for emergencies as outlined above

Historic Gym Use CLOSURE

Until further notice, the Gym is closed to all activities except to:

Elected Officials and Town employees
Elections: The polls will be open May 12 from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm
It is strongly encouraged that you go to https://myvote.wi.gov and get an absentee ballot.

Safety Practices

Maintain social distances to 6’ (including when observing or waiting a turn to engage in the activity)
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds of mechanical action prior to touching your face