COVID19 Reference Guide for Modified Town Services

Residents encouraged to review

Post Date:03/18/2020 4:52 PM

The coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic and public health emergency presents a unique challenge to all and the town is doing its best to balance the needs of the community with the health of staff and citizens.  As of Wednesday, March 18, Town Hall and other town facilities have CLOSED to the public until further notice.  Staff will continue to be available by phone or email during normal operating hours to assist citizens with inquiries.  Most town services will continue to be available online or by phone/email however, a few services and programs have been suspended, and a select number of essential or time-sensitive town services will be available by APPOINTMENT ONLY.

For resident convenience, a reference guide has been compiled outlining all modifications to town services and procedures, as well as facility closures, appointment requirements, and other pertinent details.  Please click the link below to view this reference guide, which was finalized on Wednesday, March 18th.  All of this information is subject to change and updates will be posted to the town website as applicable.

***Please click here to view limited or suspended services, modified processes, and appointment requirements as of March 18, 2020***

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we continue to identify ways to support community needs while protecting the health of staff and citizens.  Residents are encouraged to follow the CDC website at and heed any advice provided by public health officials.  As always, if you are feeling ill, have traveled to a high risk area for COVID-19, or have been in contact with anyone who is ill or has traveled to such areas, please refrain from going to any public facilities or coming into contact with others.  Thank you for your understanding and please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions.

Stay well and please share this reference guide with your fellow colleagues.

FYI Glastonbury residents - general

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