The Dunn County office buildings will all remain closed to the public through the end of June. That period may be extended or shortened depending on progress on containing the pandemic. 

“Many employees who have been working from home are now beginning to return to County
offices,” said County Manager Paul Miller. “With more people in the buildings and COVID-19
still a threat to public health, we need to protect residents and employees of Dunn County.”

Members of the public may enter the county office buildings by appointment only. Anyone being admitted to the buildings will be asked health-related questions, have their temperature taken, and will need to wear a mask in the building. The buildings remain locked, and customers with prearranged appointments will be given the health information required for their visit.

Information and contact information for the different Dunn County departments can be found at

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