Update: Effective Saturday, August 1, 2020, the Village of Elkhart Lake will require the use of face coverings in all village-owned or operated buildings and on any village-owned property.
Update: On May 18, 2020, the Village Board approved the guidelines set by Sheboygan County, WEDC, and CDC.
The Board set capacity limits at all Village Parks, including the resident beach. The playground equipment is now open, but please know that you are using this equipment at your own risk. In regards to the basketball court at June Vollrath Park they will remain open for shooting and family unit games, if social distancing begins to be a problem on the courts the Board will close the courts again. The capacity for the resident beach will be 60 people, Village Square Park 50 people, Lions Park 100 people, and June Vollrath Park 100 people. These capacities are to ensure social distancing can occur. Signs are posted at the parks about the capacity and reminding people to social distance. The restrooms at Lion’s Park need to remain closed at this time, as the WEDC guidelines state restrooms need to be sanitized every two hours, which at this point is not possible. Check with ELGAA for information on the restrooms at June Vollrath Park.
The Village has put hand sanitizer dispensers in the Village Square Park, Lion’s Park, June Vollrath Park, and the downtown area.
The restrooms at the Civic Center will be open on Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. only and are cleaned once per week. Use these restrooms at your own risk.
We are selling beach passes. The restrooms at the beach will be open from 11 a.m. through 5 p.m. and will be cleaned before opening and at around 2 p.m. daily. Again, these restrooms are available to use at your own risk. If you have questions, please call 920-876-2122.