COVID-19


The Burlington Town Hall offices are closed except to essential personnel with business still being conducted via phone and email.

E-Mail correspondence to Selectmen staff may be sent to 
Selectmenstaff@burlington.org or leave message at 781-273-7600.  
Town Administrator Paul F. Sagarino, Jr. may be reached by email at:  psagarino@burlington.org or by phone at  781-270-1614.  
The Selectmen may be reached as a group at:  selectmen@burlington.org or individually by clicking:  Burlington Board of Selectmen


COVID-19  UPDATES:

On Monday, March 23, 2020, Governor Baker issued a "stay home" directive advising that all non-essential functions and operations be performed remotely to the extent possible.  

Daily Massachusetts COVID-19 Situation Update

03.23.2020 BOS voted to POSTPONE TOWN ELECTION until Saturday, June 6, 2020   Click here for an early voting application 
04.06.2020 BOS voted to POSTPONE TOWN MEETING until:  Wednesday, June 10, 2020   
04.06.2020 BOS voted:  BURLINGTON, MA DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY  
04.13.2020 BOS voted:  CERTAIN TAX RELIEF AND APPLICATION DEFERRALS:  State's Chapter 53 , Acts of 2020 Sections 10 & 11
Massachusetts Liquor sale authorization for take-out orders:  restaurants, hotels, and clubs effective 4/3/2020:  ADVISORY LETTER FROM THE ALCOHOL BEVERAGES CONTROL COMMISSION

Updates from:  Burlington Economic Development Director:  RESOURCES FOR BUSINESSES 

Burlington, MA Municipal Operation COVID-19 Updates 
   Board of Health 
   Burlington Home Page with Updates 
   Council on Aging 
   DPW
   Full Water Restriction effective 4.1.2020 to 10.31.2020   (BOS approved 3.23.2020)    
   Recreation Department 
   BOS approved 3.23.2020:   Burlington Town Election Postponed until Saturday, June 6, 2020  
   BOS approved 4.6.2020:  Town Meeting Postponed until Wednesday, June 10, 2020 

Mass.Gov COVID-19 Updates 
  Additional Updates:
   Registry of Motor Vehicles
   Lahey Health Statistics

National Center for Disease Control Complete Website for COVID-19 Updates


Posted 3.23.2020 - Subject to Change Day to Day

Message from Town Administrator, Paul F. Sagarino, Jr. and the Burlington Board of Selectmen:
On Monday, March 23, 2020, Governor Baker issued a "stay home" directive advising that all non-essential functions and operations be performed remotely to the extent possible.  After consulting with the Burlington Board of Health, non-essential employees (not including Police, Fire, and certain Public Works) in the Town of Burlington are being directed to work remotely beginning Tuesday, March 24, 2020 until April 7, 2020, or until otherwise directed by the Town Administrator.   Staff will still be available via email. Please visit our website at www.burlington.org  to see what tasks can be accomplished online.  We appreciate your understanding during this difficult time.   
 

Summary
This situation is very fluid and we will share updates from our public health professionals.  We appreciate all of the cooperation we have received from our residents to date and ask for your continued understanding as we navigate through these issues in the upcoming days.  

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