The Ozaukee County Planning and Parks Department is soliciting proposals from qualified contractors for the replacement of the roofs at the MeeKwon County Park old maintenance building, park caretakers residence, and park caretakers garage. MeeKwon County Park is located at 6333 W. Bonniwell Rd, Mequon, WI 53097. Please direct questions to Matt Aho, Ozaukee County Planning and Parks Department Program Manager, at 262-236-2005 or email.
We are happy to announce that the Ozaukee County Planning and Parks Department has been awarded the Achievement Award from the Bluebird Restoration Association of Wisconsin! The award is to acknowledge the work that the Department has done to bring back the Eastern Bluebird to Wisconsin.
At this time, all Ozaukee County Parks and facilities remain open. If you chose to visit one of the parks, please remember CDC guidelines.
HH Peters Youth Camp will be closed and will not be taking reservations for June. Updates will be provided as further information dictates.
Information about Department staff availability: To mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus and to protect the health and safety of our communities, a majority of Ozaukee County Planning and Parks Department staff are transitioning to telecommuting and will not be available in person. This move is consistent with public health guidance to limit exposure. Our staff who are able to work remotely will do so and will be able to respond to inquiries through email and Facebook. We are working with staff who cannot work remotely to accommodate their situations. Social distancing and preventing potential infections are key areas we can help with to hopefully curtail the impacts of this outbreak.
To contact Department Staff please reference the following list:
The Department phone number is still active and being monitored for calls: 262-284-8257
With an increase in the prevalence of COVID-19 in and around Ozaukee County, we are using the best information we have to take proactive steps to protect the health of our community. We know that outdoor spaces are critical to the mental and physical health of our community, now more than ever. We are doing our best to maintain the current level of services. Park visitors may want to bring hand sanitizer with them as they go out to our parks, just to be safe. At this time we are not able to wipe down playground equipment, tables, or other surfaces at the parks.
For more information on COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin, please visit the Wisconsin Department of Health page: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/outbreaks/index.htm