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Coronavirus Information

Coronavirus Information

As you know, Governor Lamont has declared civil preparedness and public health emergencies. The Governor’s declarations also make clear that the chief executive officers of municipalities have emergency powers under Connecticut General Statutes Section 28-8a to take such actions as they deem necessary to mitigate disasters and emergencies.

While the declarations permit the governor to take certain actions related to the closure of schools and large gatherings, at this time those decisions are still being delegated to local municipal and public health officials as they are on the ground closest to the circumstances in each respective community and are empowered to make the best judgements regarding specific events.

This page will be continuously updated with information for towns and cities in Connecticut to address the current pandemic.

Resources back to top

White House Guidelines - March 16, 2020

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Handwashing: Clean Hands Save Lives

State of Connecticut Coronavirus Information

National League of Cities - Coronavirus Response Resources for Local Leaders

National League of Cities - COVID-19: Local Action Tracker

National League of Cities - Current Tools, Actions, and Resources

ELGL COVID-19/Coronavirus Resources Crowdsourced from Local Governments

Association of State and Territorial Health Officials - Infectious Disease Guiding Principles

PubMed Central - When the Next Disease Strikes: How To Communicate (and How Not To)

ICMA - Coronavirus Resources: Plan and Prepare Now Before It Hits Your Community

US Conference of Mayors - COVID-19: What Mayors Need to Know

Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Global Case Map

What Is 'Social Distancing?' Here's How to Best Practice It as Coronavirus Spreads

What’s The Right Way To Clean My Phone? How To Disinfect Your Phone Without Ruining The Screen

Follow-Up to White House COVID--19 Briefing Call on Wednesday, March 12

Wondering About Social Distancing?

Bloomberg Philanthropies is virtually convening experts in public health and City leadership to help cities respond to the Coronavirus

New Haven COVID-19 Hub

Whitepaper: Preventing a Communication Breakdown

MS-ISAC Guidance on the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce

Four Pro-Video Conferencing Tools You Can Get For Free Right Now

Global Resilience Institute at Northeastern University: COVID-19: HOW TO BE SAFE & RESILIENT

Five Safe Telecommuting Practices for Municipalities

AdvanceCT Connecticut's COVID-19 Response

CCM Municipal Labor Relations Bulletin: COVID-19 Response

GOVERNOR LAMONT ANNOUNCES CREATION OF 4-CT CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION UNITING DONORS WITH CONNECTICUT PROGRAMS RESPONDING TO COVID-19

Groundwork Bridgeport: Listing of COVID-19 related resources for Individuals, Nonprofits, and Community Groups in Connecticut

CivicLift COVID-19 Response Sites

What Municipalities Are Doing back to top

Beacon Falls Town Hall Closing Effective 3/16

Bolton Town Hall Closing - 3/16 and 3/17

Bridgeport City Hall Closing Effective 3/16

Bristol Public Briefing from Tuesday, March 17

Brookfield Town Hall Closed to the Public Effective 3/16

Columbia Town Hall Closing - 3/13 through 3/30

Danbury City Hall Modified Hours

Darien Town Hall Operating on a Limited Access/By Appointment Basis Effective 3/16

Derby City Hall Closing Effective 3/12

Enfield Town Hall Closing Effective Close of Business 3/16

Fairfield Town Hall Closing - 3/17 through 3/19

Haddam Town Offices Open By Appointment Only Effective 3/17

Hamden Town Hall Closing Effective 3/16 for At Least Two Weeks

Hartford City Hall Closing - 3/16 through 3/17

Lyme Town Hall Closing Effective 3/13

Madison Memorial Town Hall Closing - 3/13 through 3/31

Mansfield Town Hall Closing Effective 3/17

Middletown City Hall Closing through 3/27

Milford City Hall Closing Effective 3/16

New Haven Half-Occupancy Emergency Order Issued

New Haven City Hall Closing Effective 3/16

New London City Hall Open By Appointment Only Effective 3/16

Newtown Municipal Center Open By Appointment Only Effective 3/16

North Branford Town Hall Closing until 3/30

North Haven Town Hall Closing until 3/30

Norwalk City Hall Closing Effective 3/16

Prospect Town Hall Closing Effective 3/16

Salisbury Town Hall Closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays

Sherman Town Hall Open for Essential Business Only

South Windsor Town Hall and Annex Closing Effective 3/13

Southbury Town Offices Open By Appointment Only Effective 3/16

Stamford Half-Occupancy Emergency Order Issued

Stonington Town Hall Closing Effective 3/16

Trumbull Town Hall Closing - 3/16 through 3/18

West Haven Municipal Buildings Closing for Two Weeks Effective 3/16

Weston Town Hall Closing Until Further Notice

Westport Town Hall Closing - 3/12 through 3/13

Willington Cancels All Board, Commission, and Committee Meetings Effective 3/16

Wilton Town Hall and Annex Changing Public Access Hours Effective 3/13

Windham Town Hall Closing Effective 3/17

Woodbridge Town Hall Closing Effective 3/13