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Posted on: March 16, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Town of Enfield Building Closure Updates

Effective end of business day today, March 16, 2020, the Town Hall and Department of Public Works will be closed to the public until further notice. The Department of Social Services will be by appointment only, with an exception for Community Renewal Team Inc. (CRT) programs.

Please conduct your town business remotely if you are able to. For services normally available at Town Hall, please see the guidance below:

For the Building Department, building permits are available online at Please call 860-253-6370 with further questions.

Tax payments can be made online at For further information, please call 860-253-6339.

Voter Registration information can be found on line at Please call 860-253-6320 for further information.

The Town Clerk’s Office offers many services through the mail. Please call 860-253-6440 or visit the website for more information.

The Public Works Department will be closed to the public, but staff will be available by telephone at 860-763-7527. Public Works staff will report for duty and all trash and recycling removal services will continue regularly.

General Department of Social Services activities and business, such as the Legal Aid and Elderly Tax Credit program, will be by appointment only. Please call 860-253-6397 when you arrive for access to the building. SNAP and LIHEAP intake will continue to be run by Community Renewal Team, Inc., as long as they are able to.

Grab and go breakfast and lunch for any registered Enfield student who currently takes advantage of the breakfast and lunch program will be available from 11:30 to 1:00 at Enfield High School and John F. Kennedy Middle School commencing Tuesday, March 17.

For any other services, please visit our website: or call (860) 253-6300.

While we know these actions will cause some concern and inconvenience, we have a responsibility and obligation to protect both our residents and employees from the COVID-19 virus. As the situation evolves and more information becomes available, we will update and disseminate that information through our social media and press releases. Please continue to check our website under the Department of Emergency Management, or follow us at Enfield Town Manager and Enfield Emergency Management on Facebook and @EnfieldTM on Twitter.

We thank you in advance for your patience, understanding, and cooperation.

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