Planned power outage for Monona departments Monday

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MONONA, Wis. (WMTV) -- Equipment maintenance will affect power at the Monona Police Department on Monday, May 20.

Beginning at 10:30 a.m., the department will need to shut down the power in their server room for 30 to 60 minutes while a new battery backup power supply is installed.

During this time, all city facilities will be open for business with normal power, however there will be no phone or e-mail service for any of the departments. This includes the Police Dispatch Center, the Fire Department, the City Hall, the Library, the Community Center, the Senior Center and the Public Works Garage.

Monona city staff will be at all their normal work stations, along with extra Monona Police dispatch staff at the Dane County Communications Center, according to the Monona Police Department.

If you have a police, fire or EMS emergency call 911 as usual. If you have a police matter that cannot be delayed during the outage and cannot get through on the Monona Police Department non-emergency number (608) 222-0463, please call the Dane County Communications Center non-emergency number (608) 255-2345 for an officer response.

There will be power for lights and HVAC at all Monona city buildings, according to the department.