Rep. Windhorst Temporarily Closes Harrisburg District Office – Will Continue to Provide Mobile Constituent Services

HARRISBURG – State Rep. Patrick Windhorst is informing constituents in the 118th district that his office in Harrisburg will temporarily close due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. However, Windhorst’s office will still provide constituent service remotely.

“My office in Harrisburg will be closed to the public effective immediately until further notice,” Windhorst said. “However, constituents may still contact my office by calling 618-294-8703 or emailing My staff is on-call to help constituents with any matters relating to state government and the current response to the COVID-19 outbreak.”

Additional state resources available for Illinois residents include:
Illinois Department of Public Health COVID-19 Homepage:

COVID-19 Unemployment Benefits:
IDPH Guidance for Schools:


IDPH COVID-19 Daily Briefings and Documents:

People over 60 and people with a history of heart or lung disease, diabetes or a weak immune system, and pregnant women should avoid close gatherings and avoid proximity to sick people. They should stay home in the short term as we evaluate the situation on the ground.

Wash your hands often.

Don’t touch your face.

If you are sick, stay home.

Use common sense in your interactions.

This is serious but manageable. Do not panic.

For general questions about COVID-19, call the hotline at 1-800-889-3931 or email

Windhorst has also released a comprehensive COVID-19 status update an added a link to useful information to his own website.

Please visit for the latest updates and information.