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Posted on: April 22, 2020

COVID-19 Town Updates

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NOTICE TO RESIDENTS

Town offices and buildings will be open to the public starting Monday, June 22nd, from 8:45 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Town Meeting is June 25th, 7pm at the Nichols Middle School.

All July 4th activities including the parade, carnival and fireworks have been cancelled. Krazy Days has also been cancelled. 

***As of June 25, 2020 there have been 224 confirmed cases within the Town of Middleborough. There have been 185 recoveries and 24 deaths. There are 11 active cases.*** 

Please click on the following link to view Governor Charlie Baker’s Executive Order on Phase II:  Reopening Phase II

Please click on the following link to view Workplace Safety and Reopening Standards for Businesses and Other Entities Providing Outdoor Adult Sports, Supervised Youth Sports Leagues, Summer Sports Camps – Phase II: Recreation Phase II

Please click on the following link to view Governor Charlie Baker’s "Reopening Massachusetts" plan: Reopening Massachusetts

Please click on the following link to view Governor Charlie Baker’s Executive Order on face coverings: Governor Baker’s Executive Order 

  • Daily curbside trash and recycle pickup will remain as scheduled.
  • The landfill will reopen on Saturdays beginning May 30th.
  • Public Safety personnel will be working as scheduled.
  • The GATRA Dial a Ride vans will be back on the road starting Monday, May 18. Reservations are required. Passengers must wear masks and a mask will be provided if needed. Seats will be set up 6 Feet apart. Rides are curb to curb within Middleboro. The Downtown Shuttle will not be on the road yet but we welcome our shuttle riders to schedule a Dial a Ride. Call the COA for your reservation with a 24 hour business day notice 508-946-2490

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Please be safe!


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