The Shelburne Town Hall remains closed for public access however, we strongly encourage all residence to consider the Town still “open for business” as town employees will report to work to continue to assist the public via telephone, email, and the US postal service, correspondence until further notice. A large mail carrier box has been placed in the foyer of Town Hall. There is also a locked drop box available for non-cash payments or confidential materials.
Residents should continue to call 911 for any medical or police related emergency. For non-emergent public safety concerns, residents should continue to call the Shelburne Control dispatch center at 625-8200.
The towns transfer station will remain open operating at its normal business hours however, we ask that residents remain at least 6 feet apart and not congregate while at the station.
We will continue to use our town’s website, www.townofshelburne.com to post the most up to date information regarding both town affairs and the Pandemic as it becomes available.
On behalf of the Select-board and all the town’s employees, we sincerely appreciate everyone’s cooperation during this difficult and uncharted time.
Stay safe and do remember the #1 thing you can do to help prevent the spread of this virus is to wash your hands.
Shelburne Town Clerk Service Changes During COVID-19 The Town hall is closed to the public for the foreseeable future. The Town Clerks office will work within reason to accommodate public requests, keeping the safety and well-being of other Town Hall officials in the building and the public in mind.