Village of Fisher Information on COVID-19 Pandemic
March 17th, 2020 @ 4:20pm
Updated April 1, 2020 at 9:00am
Gov. Pritzker has extended the "stay at home" order for the State of Illinois through April 30, 2020. During this period, the Village will continue its public safety measures. Access to Village buildings will remain limited to Village employees and officials; Village staff will continue to be available to assist residents by phone or email and can meet in person by appointment. Public park areas will remain open, but those using the parks are expected to comply with CDC guidelines for physical spacing and are prohibited from using playground equipment. Area Disposal will continue weekly household trash collection as scheduled; however, bulk item pickup has been temporarily discontinued in order to protect the health and safety of company personnel.
The Village strongly advises all residents to continue to comply with the Executive Order by avoiding all non-essential travel and social gatherings during the month of April. For more information about the ongoing pandemic and state/local public health efforts, please visit the helpful sites below:
Resources for small businesses:
Updated March 23, 2020 at 10:15am
Governor Pritzker has issued a "stay at home" order for all Illinoisans, effective from 5:00pm on March 21, 2020 through April 7, 2020. In accordance with this order, all non-essential business and travel is required to be suspended during this period. The Village of Fisher will be continuing the precautionary measures implemented last week, including closing Village buildings and offices to walk-in traffic. New measures will also now be implemented in order to comply with the Executive Order, including prohibiting the use of playground equipment in Village parks and cancelling all events scheduled for the community center through April 7.
Public Statement from Mayor Bayler on Stay at Home Order - March 20, 2020
Updated March 19, 2020 at 9:10am
The Village of Fisher is implementing precautionary measures to help limit the potential spread of the virus among our community, including limiting public access to the offices in the Community Center and Department of Public Works facilities. As additional information becomes available, it will be posted here.
Public Statement on COVID-19 from Mayor Bayler - March 17, 2020
State of Illinois COVID-19 Resource Page - all the latest news, prevention and preparation tips, resources and FAQs from the Illinois Department of Public Health