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GREENWICH — Town Hall in Greenwich reopened to the public on Tuesday, with walk-ins welcome from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays.
Masks are required, and social distancing guidelines are in place.
Residents and businesses can also complete many town-related tasks online through the town’s website at www.greenwichct.gov.
The interior of Town Hall will be kept in sanitary condition and limits will be enforced, First Selectman Fred Camillo said.
“Just like the grocery stores or restaurants, if it gets too crowded, we’ll make sure we have a handle on it and people will have to wait in line,” Camillo said.
Town Hall closed its doors to the public in mid-March at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. At that point, all employees except department heads and office holders, including Camillo, worked from home. On June 1, Town Hall welcomed back employees but remained closed to the public except by appointment only.
Visitors will still have the option of making an appointment to go to a specific town department, Camillo said.
Town meetings are expected to remain on Zoom, as they have been since March, at least through the end of the year.