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  • Apr 6 2020
    In accordance with the Governor's executive orders, the Town of Seymour is moving all official public meetings to teleconference. Pulic meetings will recommence via teleconference beginning Monday, April 6th. Information on how the public can join the meetings can be found below. Public comment sessions will be held, but due to technical limitations, it must be submitted ahead of time. Public comment received up until noon the following day can be included with the minutes of the meeting. Pu... details
  • Mar 22 2020
    In order to slow the spread of COVID-19, Seymour Town Hall will be opening the week of Monday, March 23rd on a modified basis. Each day, only a handful of departments will be in the building offering a slightly reduced range of services. The public will not be allowed to enter the building. The schedule is as follows: Monday 8 AM - 4:30 P Tuesday 8 AM - 4:30 PM Wednesday 8 AM - 4:30 PM Thursday 8 AM - 4:30 PM Friday 8 AM - 12 PM ... details
  • Mar 16 2020
    Although Town Hall is closed, we are working on setting up our staff to work from home as we attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19. We recommend delaying anything that can be put off. Many rules and deadlines are being relaxed due to COVID so please check to make sure things are essential before venturing out. Staff are monitoring their emails, which is the best way to reach them and we are working on getting our phone system up and running remotely. For the time being, you have a question, yo... details
  • Mar 11 2020
    PRESS RELEASE March 11, 2020 There are currently 3 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the State of Connecticut. The third patient has no known direct exposure to the virus and public health officials believe that it be spreading through community contact. Although the virus is compared to the common flu, there are a number of differences that make it worth exercising caution in our approach to the health of our community. We are in constant contact with State and regio... details