It bears repeating: all community and health leaders remain very concerned about the spread of COVID-19 in Greater Green Bay. The Brown County Public Health Department has primary responsibility for managing and directing public health issues for the City of Green Bay, including all matters regarding COVID-19. The City of Green Bay does not have its own health department, so we rely on the County for these services.
Any questions or concerns that you have can be directed to The Brown County Public Health Department via phone at 920-448-6400 or via email at THIS LINK. You can also stay up-to-date with the latest news from Public Health by following their Facebook page and referring to www.stayhealthybc.com.
However, this is very much a collaborative effort. To keep citizens up to date on this crisis the City of Green Bay and Brown County have worked together to create a COVID-19 information dashboard that services the entire county. This dashboard is kept up-to-date with information regarding the spread of COVID-19 that comes from the Brown County Public Health Department, The Wisconsin Department of Health Services, and Centers for Disease Control (CDC). CLICK HERE to find the dashboard.
Finally, the County Executive and myself communicate regularly with local health system leaders about our community’s response to COVID-19. City of Green Bay staff communicate daily with the Brown County Public Health Department, and will continue to do so until our communities are safe. Chief Litton, of Green Bay Metro Fire Department, and Chief Andrew Smith, of Green Bay Police Department, are part of a coordinated emergency response, led by Brown County. Additionally, the Green Bay Police Department enforces the Safer at Home Order, that is meant to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
These are difficult, uncertain, and disorienting times or ya all, but we will get through them. Be sure to stay safe out there.