COVID-19 Update:

The Town of New Milford is happy to announce our upcoming COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics for essential workers and 18+ individuals! To register, CLICK HERE
While our vaccine offering will vary at each clinic, please remember; the vaccine that will work best for you is the one available to you!
To see our schedule of vaccines available, eligibility, registration & vaccine clinic information CLICK HERE.

Looking to Volunteer?
If interested in volunteering, please email nmvolunteers@newmilford.org

If you need telephonic assistance, Connecticut’s Vaccine Appointment Assist Line is available at 877-918-2224, seven days a week from 8:00am to 8:00pm
The Town of New Milford is currently in red alert status. For more information go to ct.gov/coronavirus

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COVID-19 Information

At this time Town Hall is open to the public by appointment only. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please direct questions to the appropriate department or you may call the Mayor's office at 860-355-6010. 

The Town Clerk's office is also open to the public by appointment only from 8am-430pm. Please schedule your appointment via email or by calling 860-355-6020. 

At this time the New Milford Public Library is closed. The New Milford Senior Center is open by appointment only but all programs have been suspended. 

 If you are interested in volunteering, please email: nmvolunteers@newmilford.org

 


For information on Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People... click here 

For information on the COVID-19 vaccine, eligibility, and available clinics... click here

For information on COVID-19 testing locations... click here

 

More Resources:

CDC - VACCINE Frequently Asked Questions

CDC - COVID 19 Frequently Asked Questions

FDA - Vaccine information

Dial the COVID-19 Hotline at 211

Mayor Pete's COVID-19 Advisor Dr. Jeremy Levin's Presentation of the Overview Covid-10 Vaccines and Therapeutic Antibodies 

To read the report on Operation Warp Speed and it's progress,  click here

 


 

COVID-19 Updated Guidance

As of March 19th, 2021 the following capacity limits have been updated: 

 

 

 

For more information on the State of Connecticut's COVID-19 updated policies, click here

 


 

 

image source: cdc.gov


 

ATTENTION LANDLORDS AND RENTERS:

State help is here for RENTERS affected by COVID.  CT has launched UniteCT to assist with applying for relief funds for rental households at or below 80% AMI. 
Rental assistance can be for back rent or future rent for eligible households and can possibly range up to $10,000.   Utility (electric/gas) assistance is also available up to $1500. 

Click here for more info.
Click here for the application.

For mortgage assistance, homeowners can contact CHFA (CT Housing Finance Authority) about EMAP (program).  Click Here

How to keep your Utilities on During COVID.  Click Here

 
 
 Links below have additional information:

Guidance for Residential Customers Struggling with Utility Bills

Guidance for Non-Residential Customers Struggling with Utility Bills


 

 

 

Mayor Pete holds a Virtual Town Hall weekly,
Check our Facebook page here to find the link to the upcoming livestream.