Business/Organization/Church COVID-19 Updates

St. John Lutheran church in Valmy is offering online services. For more information, visit

Plum Loco will be closed for the 2020 season.

Whitefish Bay Gallery and B&B will be closed for the 2020 season.

The Lakeshore CAP Food Pantry, 131 S. 3rd Avenue, Sturgeon Bay is open every Tuesday and Thursday.  Food can be picked up between 11 am and 4 pm. Please bring picture ID to show you are a resident of Door County.  Questions call 920.743.0192.

The Door County Master Gardeners is temporarily closing The Garden Door, a public garden located on the grounds of the University of Wisconsin Peninsular Agricultural Research Station.

Although Immanuel Lutheran Church in Baileys Harbor has canceled all worship services for the time being, they are still being held every Sunday starting at 9:55 am on Facebook Live here>>

The Kewaunee County Public Health Department is issuing a travel advisory for permanent and non-permanent Kewaunee County residents to further keep them healthy and safe as much as possible, during the COVID-19 crisis.

Effective March 27, Going Garbage will only be accepting credit/debit cards at its drop off site at 10564 Old Stage Rd., Sister Bay. No cash will be accepted. House account charges will be invoiced like usual. The office will strictly be accessed by employees only until further notice.

The Town of Baileys Harbor has officially closed all playground equipment at the Town Parks until further notice. The parks are still open but no one is allowed on the equipment.

We Are HOPE, Inc. and the Door County Job Center will be closed to the public in response to the Safer At Home order. Some staff will be in the office limited hours Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and will check our voicemail and attempt to return phone calls then. You can also email [email protected].

The Neighbor to Neighbor office will be closed until further notice and staff will be working from home. The N2N equipment facilities will be closed until further notice, except for emergency needs. For assistance in an emergency situation, call 920.495.1230

To help decrease the spread of COVID-19, Lakeshore CAP offices are closed to the public. If you are homeless or in need of housing assistance or in need of any other assistance, call 920.682.3737 and press 0 for the front desk and leave a message. Messages will be checked regularly M-F between 8:30-4:30.

Effective at 8 am, March 25, in accordance with Governor Evers’ “Safer at Home” Order, the Door County Economic Development Corporation will close as well as the Business Center. This will be in effect until the Order is lifted.

The Door County Maritime Museum is closed for the time being. In addition, the number of staff in the office will be limited, and office hours as well. Museum administrative staff will be working from home and available via their personal work email addresses. If you have a question or business with the Museum, email [email protected] The main phone number is 920.743.5958 if you wish to call and leave a general message.

The Episcopal Church of Christ the King and Holy Nativity will be suspending all regular services and church meetings. Father Olin Sletto, Vicar of the two churches in Sturgeon Bay and Jacksonport, has made his weekly homilies available on the church’s website.

The Ephraim Moravian Church will not have in-church services until Palm Sunday. 10 am Sunday services will be streamed live on its Facebook page with Pastor Dawn’s sermon as well as a musical guest. Sermons will be posted to the Ephraim Moravian website.

If you are a member of Destination Sturgeon Bay, they have created a Google document where businesses can update their business hours or post any information on alternative services being offered. Email [email protected] to get access to the document, or send an update to be added.


  • NWTC is restricting its facilities to personnel only – no public access. The Community Clinic is still open for appointments and the on-site Corporate Training and Economic Development offerings will continue as scheduled. Visit for details.
  • NWTC will change its in-person courses to online and flexible learning formats for one week. Flexible learning will include courses moving to online format using Blackboard and/or independent work, readings and projects assigned by faculty to take home. The college will use alternative delivery methods March 29-April 4, to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

All Door County Government owned buildings and facilities are closed to the public. The County will continue to operate and deliver services wherever possible by phone, email or virtual meeting … and by appointment. Working days and hours have not changed.

The Door County Community Foundation will remain open for essential meetings only. Any nonessential meetings will be rescheduled. They are offering their video conferencing system to Door County charities and community coalitions – you do not need to be present in the DCCF building to use the video conferencing network. For more information, visit

The Door County YMCA has changed and cancelled some of its programming. Details can be found > (opens in a new tab)”>here>>

The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Door County is implementing several preventative measures. The ADRC has postponed all activities, exercise classes and events until further notice. To the extent possible, the following services will be provided over the phone to minimize potential exposure of our consumers: information and assistance services, youth-to-adult transitions, long term care options and benefit counseling. If a face-to-face appointment is needed, the ADRC will coordinate this on a case-by-case basis. Call the ADRC at 920.746.2372 to discuss your service needs.

Meals on Wheels participants will still be receiving a daily home delivered meal. Congregate meals at all meal site locations will now be provided on a carryout basis. If you are interested in reserving a carryout meal, call 920.746.2372 by 1 pm the day before. 

The Ephraim Historical Foundation office is closed through April 6 (tentatively). Staff will be working remotely during this time and can be reached at [email protected].

Birchwood Lodge is pausing operations until April 12. Details here.

The Peninsula Bookman has closed both locations (Sister Bay & Fish Creek) until further notice.

All Door County Library branches except for Sturgeon Bay will be closed through April 6. The Sturgeon Bay branch will be open with modified operations. Visit their website for details.

The Collins Learning Center and Stonecipher Astronomy Center are closed to the public until the Sturgeon Bay Schools re-open.

Door 2 Door Rides and the County’s transportation service provided by the bus and van marked ADRC, shared rides are suspended. For info follow Door 2 Door on Facebook.

The Wisconsin Humane Society Door County Campus has temporarily suspended adoption services. All adoptable animals are being moved to the Green Bay and Milwaukee campuses. More info here.

The Village of Egg Harbor has closed the Kress Pavilion, including library services until May 12. For questions regarding rentals please contact Jess Reinke at [email protected], 920.868.0123.

The Aging and Disability Resource Center of The Lakeshore (ADRC) in Kewaunee and Manitowoc Counties and the Manitowoc County Veterans Service Office is closed. All services will still be available via phone.

The Miller Art Museum has closed its galleries.

Rowleys Bay Resort is not taking new reservations for the next few weeks, and the lobby is closed to visitors. To buy bakery, see info for Grandma’s Swedish Bakery. More information at

All Kewaunee County facilities are closed with the exception of limited access for critical court proceedings and scheduled appointments.

All Wisconsin State Parks and Trails remain open to the public. They will update operations as conditions change. Details can be found here>>

The Door County Habitat for Humanity ReStore is closed until further notice to facilitate proper social distancing for volunteers, customers, and staff. They are doing online sales through Facebook.

Spa Verde will be closed through April 30. They will tentatively starting taking appointments again on May 1. Follow their Facebook for updates.

The Kewaunee County Promotions & Recreation Department has temporarily closed the lower portion of Bruemmer Park Zoo to the public effective March 23, to help lessen the spread of COVID-19. The rest of Bruemmer Park as well as the hiking trails remain open to the public at this time.