COVID-19: Madison Water Utility cancela los cargos por pago atrasado hasta nuevo aviso.

Madison Water Utility cancela los cargos por pago atrasado y nuestros edificios no están abierto al público hasta nuevo aviso.

Exempting late payment fees until further notice

Madison Water Utility is exempting late payment fees until further notice. We recognize that for many of...

Changes to City Services and Paid Leave in Response to COVID-19

Monday, March 16, 2020 - 7:17pm

In light of the current COVID-19 concerns, Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway is announcing additional steps to protect the health of City employees at work and in the event that they cannot work. The guidance includes the following:

  • The public will be able to access City services online and via telephone.
  • Most public visitor services such as walk-up counters and community centers will be closing their public visitor access as of midnight Tuesday of this week, with a few exceptions. Public visitors will be allowed at the Clerk’s Office which is a critical early voting location, Police District Stations, and the City Treasurer’s Office.
  • Metro bus service is continuing with reduced operating and service levels. More details will be available soon.
  • City employees will continue to work, and many will be allowed to telework.
  • All City employees will be granted two weeks of Emergency Leave time for COVID-related absences. All City employees will also be able to borrow against sick-leave balances that are expected to accrue over the course of 2020 to help ensure that COVID-related absences do not result in a loss of pay.

“In these extraordinary times, our City employees are working incredibly hard to maintain essential City services,” said Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway. “We are taking these measures to protect our employees and the public while delivering as many services as possible. I want to thank our employees for everything they are doing and I ask the public to remain patient while we all work through this.”

Contacts

  • Christie Baumel608-266-4611
  • Christie Baumel608-266-4611
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