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ASHLAND – Ashland Town Hall will open, by appointment only for essential services that cannot be completed electronically, on Monday, June 1.

Residents & business can call Town Hall at 508-881-0100, or the COVID-19 Hotline, 508-532-7900, to schedule a time to conduct business that cannot be completed electronically.

Ashland Town Hall has been closed to the public since mid-march, due to the pandemic.

Under the state’s guidance for re-opening, municipal buildings follow the Office Space guidelines, which require a maximum occupancy limit of 25% percent.

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Visitors to Town Hall are still encouraged to continue to use online services and the drop box.

“However, if you need to conduct business in person, town buildings will reopen to the public this week by appointment only,’ said the Town of Ashland in an announcement.

If you are unsure of the department you need please call the COVID-19 Hotline; 508-532-7900.

Visitors will be asked pre-screening questions at the time they book an appointment. 

All appointments will be logged by staff in a “Visitor’s Log”. 

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Use the hand sanitizer station outside the building before entering.

Please, follow all posted social distancing and hygiene standards when using the building.

Wear face-coverings (unless there is a preexisting medical condition) and utilize the hand sanitizer stations throughout the building as well.

Enter Town Hall from the side door (the door that faces the parking lot), as the front and rear doors will be locked.

When using the elevator, please ride the elevator alone or with members of your family.  

Restrooms are available to the public on the first floor only. 

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.