Waseca City Hall (copy)

The City of Waseca announced on Facebook the reopening of city facilities on Jan. 25. Residents are still encouraged to conduct most business remotely when possible. (File photo/southernminn.com)

Waseca and Janesville have reopened their city facilities to the public again after closing them due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The lobbies of the Waseca and Janesville City Halls reopened on Jan. 25 and Jan. 26, respectively, but people should call and make an appointment if they want to meet with city staff. Those who enter City Hall are still required to wear a facemask.

City staff will continue to monitor COVID-19 if changes or a delay in reopening needs to happen.

Residents are still encouraged to conduct as much business remotely as possible to reduce potential exposure for residents and staff. Some staff will continue working remotely from home and residents are encouraged to call ahead for services.

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