The Board of Selectmen has decided to again close several public buildings to the public, after consulting with Milford’s Emergency Management Director and Health Agent, to prevent and mitigate the spread of COVID19 in our community. While the public will not be allowed entrance, all Town Departments will be staffed to allow the public to contact them by phone, email or fax.
Effective at 5pm on December 11, 2020 and until further notice, the following buildings will be attended by employees only:
Additionally, the Senior Center will continue to be closed until further notice. Please check for individual offices’ contact information at https://www.milfordma.gov/.
The decision to close these buildings to residents is an attempt to slow the spread of the virus. It will only be effective if the community also takes protective steps by practicing self-isolation, monitoring for any symptoms, and avoiding large gatherings. All community members must do their part, or the closure will not be successful in limiting the spread of the virus.
We know this is disappointing and extremely disruptive to our daily lives. However, we believe we must act for the health and well-being of our community.
This is a unique and rapidly changing public health situation. Our hope is that if we all work together, we can reduce the spread of this virus, protect residents, especially those most vulnerable, and resume normal activities as soon as possible.
As we receive updated information about prevention and protection measures, we will use the Town of Milford website (milfordma.gov) and Reverse-911 for additional announcements.