Meeting With Confidence
When you're ready to plan your next event, Milwaukee is ready to help you safely and confidently host your meeting. Our team has worked closely with city, county, and state officials as well as the local business community to stay up to date with safety precautions for both residents and visitors.
Our award-winning team has always been here to help you plan your best meeting yet, and that hasn't changed!
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Current Local Mandates
Milwaukee is currently in Phase 4.2 of the Moving Milwaukee Forward Safetly Plan. Current restrictions include:
- Seating is now REQUIRED in all bars, restaurants, and other venues. You cannot walk around except to come and go, or use the restroom.
- ALL indoor public and private gatherings are limited to 10 people or 25% capacity for retail and grocery stores
- ALL outdoor public and private gatherings are limited to 25 people
- Religious ceremonies are limited to 100 people, including weddings and services and must include seating
- First Amendment-protected gatherings are limited to 100 people
- Wedding receptions are limited to 10 people inside; 25 people outside and must include seating
- Bars and Restaurants with a current approved COVID Safety Plan can operate at full capacity according to their plan. All patrons must remain seated.
- If you do not currently have an approved COVID Safety Plan, you are subject to Order 4.2 restrictions
- Private event venues are subject to order 4.2 and are limited to a maximum of 10 people seated.
- Dance floors are prohibited.
- Gathering at a bar to order a drink is prohibited; table service by an employee is required.
- Hotels, venues, and attractions are included in the indoor and outdoor gathering limit.
- Drive-in events are subject to the restrictions in order 4.2; drive-thru events are not subject as long as patrons remain in their cars at all times.
Please reach out to our sales team with any questions about how these restrictions may impact your group. Click here for an FAQ on Order 4.2.
Masks or face coverings are required in the City of Milwaukee and the State of Wisconsin. You can learn about the City mandate here and the State mandate here. Wisconsin is currently under a Public Health Emergency per Executive Order 95.
View the full phased re-opening plan here