1. Town Health Officer: 802-591-3978

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TOWN HALL OPERATIONS UPDATE:

Based on Governor Scott’s Be Smart, Stay Safe Emergency Order Addendum of June 19, 2020, the following plan for Town Hall operations is in effect until further notice:

  • Town Hall will be physically staffed for all administrative functions and public access by appointment for total maximum occupancy of 25 persons.
  • Some staff have been authorized to continue to telecommute as advised by the Order.
  • All persons entering Town Hall will be administered a health screen for COVID-19 symptoms.
  • All persons entering Town Hall shall wear masks or face coverings.

To schedule an appointment with the staff in the following offices, please call 295-9353 and select the desired department: Town Clerk, Town Manager, Planning, Assessor, Finance or Parks & Recreation.

Thank you for your patience. The inconvenience to our citizens is regrettable, but is necessary for public health.

Please click the Hartford Flyer info-graphic for the latest up-to-date information on the COVID-19 virus:


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