Stonington Town Hall will be appointment only next two weeks
Stonington -- The town has announced that any in-person business at Town Hall will require an appointment beginning Monday and extending through Dec. 11 due to the projected increase in COVID-19 cases following Thanksgiving. The town said the change is to ensure the safety of staff and to avoid having to fully close Town Hall.
All departments will continue to work during the two-week period and can be reached by phone or email. Residents are encouraged to access virtual services and use the drop box outside the front entrance whenever possible. For business that needs to be in-person, residents should call the department to make an appointment.
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