COVID-19 & Temporary Outdoor Seating
Halloween: The state and town have not set directives for Halloween this year.
The Burlington Recreation Department and the Burlington Mall have arranged activities. Registration is necessary - click to review more information
Click to review guidelines on the Board of Health's website:
Halloween 2020 Safety Tips & General Reminders.
10.13.2020 Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission Advisory Regarding Indoor Events Held by Hotels and Other On-Premises Licensees
The Burlington Town Hall offices are closed with all personnel present but business still being conducted via phone and email.
10.13.2020 Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission Advisory Regarding Indoor Table Seating
ALL ABCC ADVISORIES UNDER COVID; https://www.mass.gov/service-details/covid-19-abcc-advisory-information
7.2.2020 Safety Standards for Indoor and Outdoor Events to Address COVID-19
7.21.2020 ABCC Advisory Re: ON-PREMISES LICENSEES SELLING MIXED DRINKS FOR OFF-PREMISES CONSUMPTION
Board of Selectmen Approval for Temporary Extension of Premises: Outdoor Dining Area on Private Property or Parking Lot
Final BOS Approval on June 22, 2020
2. Massachusetts Safety Standards
3. Guidelines: Temporary Extension of Premises: Outdoor Dining Area on Private Property or Parking Lot
4. Requirements for Accessibility and Barrier and Fence Recommendations
5. Effective June 7, 2020: Alcohol Beverages Control Commission Advisory for Outdoor Patio Seating After Town Approval Process
6. Effective June 22, 2020; Alcohol Beverages Control Commission Advisory Regarding Indoor Service at On-Premises Consumption Licensees
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: email@example.com or by phone at 781-270-1614.
The Selectmen may be reached as a group at: firstname.lastname@example.org or individually by clicking: 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.Daily Massachusetts COVID-19 Situation Update
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
Updates from: Burlington Economic Development Director: RESOURCES FOR BUSINESSES
Burlington, MA Municipal Operation COVID-19 Updates
Mass.Gov COVID-19 Updates
Registry of Motor Vehicles
Lahey Health Statistics
National Center for Disease Control Complete Website for COVID-19 Updates
3.23.2020 - Subject to Change Day to Day
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.