PSC Broadband Expansion Grant: Call for Community Letters of Support: We need your help! The Town of Gibraltar has an opportunity to partner with Charter Communication to obtain a grant from the state Public Service Commission (PSC) to assist in funding the construction of broadband expansion in the Town. The state broadband grant program has been in existence since 2014. Since then, the state has awarded $44 million in grants to 210 projects. The PSC is making another investment of $24 million in grant funding to public/private partnerships willing to extend broadband service to unserved and underserved areas of the state. If awarded to Gibraltar, this grant of over $2 million would allow broadband expansion to over 224 homes, businesses and lots within our community (see map below). Broadband Expansion Map (Yellow = Areas currently served; Green = Grant expansion area) In an effort to submit the strongest grant application possible, the Town is reaching out to community members, businesses and organizations for letters of support for this project. That's where you come in! Please consider writing a letter of support stating how this grant and project would benefit our community. (Samples of community support letters can be found here.) Letters of support can be addressed to: Ms. Steffany Powell CokerSecretary to the CommissionPublic Service Commission of Wisconsin4822 Madison Yards WayNorth Tower - 6th FloorMadison, WI 53705-9100Please submit all letters no later than noon, Monday, November 30, 2020. Letters can be submitted via email to [email protected] (Please include "PSC Grant Letter of Support" in the subject line.) If you have additional questions, please email or call the Town office. Thank you for your help!    

DC Public Health Presents Virtual Information Session for Businesses

Door County Public Health invites you to attend a virtual information session for workplaces/businesses on Tuesday October 13, from 3:30-4:30 pm.

They will discuss how to prevent the spread of COVID within businesses, as well as review Isolation and Quarantine guidance. In addition to the presentation, they will also allow time for questions. 

COVID-19 has presented so many challenges. Door County Public Health hopes this information will help local businesses navigate COVID situations, keep employees safe and businesses open. We will review some of the information contained in our handout What happens when someone tests positive for COVID in a business and dive deeper into isolation and quarantine, including walking through a scenario. 

Click Here at 3:30 on Oct 13th to Join the Discussion