The Commitment to Cleanliness & Safety Initiative

The Door County Medical Center & Door County Public Health have created a Partnership for Infection Prevention for local businesses that are serious about the safety of our residents and visitors through the Commitment to Cleanliness & Safety Initiative!

We are pleased that many Door County Lodging Members have already confirmed their Commitment to Cleanliness & Safety for the protection of Door County’s guests and employees – you’ll see this Logo (left) on their listings so you know!

Search All Door County Lodging Members participating in the Commitment to Cleanliness & Safety Initiative. Click HERE.

Destination Door County (formerly DC Visitor Bureau) supports the Commitment to Cleanliness & Safety Initiative as an important step in welcoming visitors back to the peninsula. Check out their Welcome Back to Door County Letter for basic information to guide you on your visit, and links to help you enjoy everything Door County has to offer this season.

You’ll see the Commitment to Cleanliness & Safety Logo on our Lodging Member listings as well as on the windows and websites of other Door County businesses who commit to the following measures, to protect both customers and employees:

This initiative requires Employees to wear face masks for the your protection, and also requests that Visitors also wear face masks for the protection of the other guests as well as the employees.

This is because we know that cloth face masks protect others from the wearer, but do not necessarily protect the wearer from others, and because we know that people with certain medical issues as well as young children cannot or should not wear face masks; this request is for the protection of everyone in Door County!

My Mask Protects You. Your Mask Protects Me.

Mutual Respect Appreciated!

Door County Public Health reminds us that at present, the COVID-19 pandemic continues, and offers Recommendations for Everyone, including social distancing (6 feet from others), hand washing and sanitizing, and wearing face masks in public. Limit travel to reduce the potential for virus transmission, and if you are sick, please stay home and call your healthcare provider about testing.