*Please note this page will be updated regularly and all info is subject to change--Check back frequently for updates
- Cape Cod Healthcare Testing Guidlines
- Buoy Health Symptom Checker
- CDC Covid-19 Information
- Mass. Emergency Management Covid-19 Press Release 3/22/2020
- Mass. Emergency Management Covid-19 Press Release 3/26/2020
- Mass. Emergency Management Covid-19 Press Release 3/27/2020
- Mass. Emergency Management Covid-19 Press Release 3/28/2020
- Mass. Emergency Management Covid-19 Press Release 3/29/2020
- Mass. Emergency Management Covid-19 Press Release 3/30/2020
- Mass. Emergency Management Covid-19 Press Release 3/31/2020
- Mass 2-1-1
- Town of Harwich Civic Ready Alert Message 3/21/2020
- Mass Dept. Public Health Covid-19 Case Count 3/22/2020
- Mass Dept. Public Health Covid-19 Case Count 3/23/2020
- Mass Dept. Public Health Covid-19 Case Count 3/24/2020
- Mass Dept. Public Health Covid-19 Case Count 3/25/2020
- Mass Dept. Public Health Covid-19 Case Count 3/26/2020
- Mass Dept. Public Health Covid-19 Case Count 3/27/2020
- Governor Baker Orders Non-Essential Business to Close 3/23/2020
- Essential Services List 3/23/2020
- Massachusetts COVIDMA Text Alerts
- Get the latest info about the Coronavirus in Massachusetts sent right to your phone.
- To get up-to-date alerts, text COVIDMA to 888-777
Guidance Documents from Town Administration
- Guidance Document #9 Seasonal Residents in Harwich from CT, NJ, NY should Self-Isolate 03/26/2020
- Guidance Document #8 Town Staffing Levels 3/22/2020
- Guidance Document #7 Remote Participation of Public Bodies 3/20/2020
- Guidance Document #6 First Presumptive Postive Case in Harwich 3/19/2020
- Guidance Document #5 Public Safety Complex Restrictions 3/18/2020
- Guidance Document #4 Closure of Public Buildings 3/16/2020
- Guidance Document #3 Recreation After School Programs Cancelled 3/15/2/020
- Guidance Document #2 Closure of Town Facilities 3/13/2020
- Guidance Document #1 Procedure for Public Meetings 3/12/2020
- Guidance Document Log 3/26/2020
Town Department Information
Council on Aging
- The Council on Aging is continuing to provide essential services to seniors in the community. These services include:• Daily lunch distribution (Monday through Friday)• Assistance getting groceries and medications (transportation to grocery stores and pharmacies or delivering groceries/medications to homes)• Transportation to essential medical appointments**Contingent on driver availability. Must provide at least 4 days notice.
- Social support phone calls – let the COA know if you would like to receive social phone calls from volunteers in the community to fight against isolation and loneliness. The COA is also looking for volunteers to make these phone calls to a few people each day.
To learn more about any of these services, please call the Council on Aging at 508-430-7550. If we do not answer, please leave a message and we will return your call within 24 hours (Monday-Friday). You may also email COA Program Specialist Julie Witas at firstname.lastname@example.org or COA Director Emily Mitchell at email@example.com to learn more!
- Town Hall is CLOSED- Contact individual departmens via email or phone
- Tax bills remain due as noted on bills pending further guidance from the Division of Local Services. Pay online via “Online Payments” link, by mail using envelope provided, or use the payment drop box located on the back of Town Hall. As always, please do not place cash in the drop box.
Community Center/Cultural Center
- Community Center and Cultural Center buildings are CLOSED and all events are cancelled until further notice. Including ArtWeek and the Annual Egg Hunt
- The Community Center is still taking FY21 room reservations
- The Dump is still open-- Recycling has been suspended
- The Treasure Chest is CLOSED
- The Cemetery Office is closed to the public. Access is restricted to those families who need to purchase a grave for an imminent burial. The Cemetery Administrator will arrange to meet with families at cemetery locations to purchase a grave, only two individuals are allowed to attend the sales appointment.
- Burials are taking place as scheduled. (Burials are limited to 10 people. We know that this is a difficult time and have been recommending services when possible to be postponed to a later date.)
Burial procedures have changed and the Cemetery Administrator will advise. If you have any questions feel free to contact Cemetery Administrator, Robbin Kelley 508-430-7549.
Monomoy Schoo District
- The Conservation Department continues to conduct inspections, ensure compliance with state and local wetlands law, issue permits, care for our conservation lands, and communicate with the public via phone and email. You can contact the Conservation Department at 508-430-7538 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
- Town Clerks office will be offering limited service. More information here.
Family Pantry of Cape Cod