All updates from the Town relating to COVID-19 will be on this page.
At their regularly scheduled meeting on the 22nd June 2020, the Guilford Selectboard reopened the Town office for business. Visitors are requested to wear a mask and wash their hands upon entering the building. If you are feeling ill or have recently been with someone who is ill, the Selectboard requests you to complete your business at another time or contact someone in the office via phone or email. Please note: Due to Governor Scott’s Executive Order, some employees are still working remotely.
All public meetings that are not being held via online video conferencing have also been cancelled. This will remain in effect until 15th July or new information is received from the Governor and public health officials. Please note these dates may change at any time.
A Selectboard member or Town employee will get back to you as soon as possible.
Please use reliable sources that utilize recognized scientific data on this topic. The Selectboard recommends the following sources for the most up to date information on COVID-19.
Vermont Department of Labor
Information and guidance for businesses and workers on unemployment insurance, sick time and other available programs and benefits to help with the impacts of COVID-19.
Vermont Dept. Children and Families
information regarding childcare, financial assistance supports for family tuition payments and public school Pre-K
Vermont Dept. of Public Service
All Vermont electric, natural gas, and jurisdictional telephone companies have stayed residential disconnections. More information here about how to stay connected during the COVID-19 emergency
Windham South East Supervisory Union
Updates and resources from the Supervisory Union, including information about distribution of student meals.
Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD)
Information about Small Business Administration disaster relief loans and other resources. Hotline (802) 461-5143. Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation (BDCC)
BDCC is working with state, regional and federal partners to ensure that businesses in the region have the tools necessary to respond to COVID-19. Weekly resiliency webinars for businesses and freelance workers will happen every Friday 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Windham Regional Commission has information available as well.
Please wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds and do not touch your face in public. If you feel ill please stay home and call your doctor.
Please sign up for Vermont Alerts to receive critical information when available.