Town of Stratford administrative offices will be reopened to the public and available by walk-in beginning Monday, May 3. Staff, and those who visit town offices will be required to wear a mask covering their face and nose, and abide by social distancing protocols.
Offices have been closed and available by appointment only since Nov. 30, 2020, in an attempt to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The reopening coincides with guidance issued from Gov. Ned Lamont associated with the reopening of facilities.
“We are pleased that we can return to this additional level of normality by restoring full public access to town offices and Town Hall,” Hoydick said in a statement. “COVID-19 remains a concern, and I encourage residents to remain vigilant with regard to masking and social distancing protocols as dictated by the Governor and the State Department of Public Health. Our staff has remained available to Town residents throughout this pandemic, and I would still encourage those who have business with our offices to transact as much of it as possible online or over the phone before seeking in-person transactions.”