Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Page
State of Connecticut Information - Governor's Updates
- Connecticut residents are urged to continue taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. For the latest information please check https://portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus
Updated Town Hall Re-Opening Information
- Starting on June 22, the Town Hall and Human Services offices will be open to the public during the usual business hours of 8:30AM to 4:30PM. The Town is requesting that all visitors entering these buildings wear a face mask and maintain social distancing guidelines. Disposable facemasks are available for those that may need them. The Community/Senior Center will continue to remain closed to the public. Cora J. Belden Library will remain closed as the Health District and the four town libraries discuss plans for a coordinated opening of the libraries.
- The Elm Ridge Park outdoor pool is tentatively scheduled to open to the public on June 24th with implementation of stricter State and CDC guidelines. Field usage will be available by permit to local youth and non-local youth/adult organizations starting June 17th. All town playgrounds are scheduled to reopen on June 17th. Basketball courts and the deck hockey court at Maxwell Park will remain closed, but could tentatively reopen around July 6th as part of Phase Three.
- Click here to download Governor Lamont's report "Roadmap to Reopen Connecticut" released May 26, 2020.
- Please click the following links to download Policies and Registration applications for Outdoor Dining and Retail as part of the Reopen Connecticut order by Governor Lamont.
Town of Rocky Hill Tax Deferment Program
- The Rocky Hill Town Council at its April 20, 2020, meeting voted to adopt the Tax Deferment Program for all property taxes due July 1, 2020. This program is based on Governor Ned Lamont's Executive Order 7-S.
The Tax Deferment Program will allow the Town of Rocky Hill to extend the last day to pay the July 1, 2020 taxes for real property, personal property, and motor vehicles for three months without interest or penalty. The Tax Deferment Program extends the taxpayers grace period to pay from August 3, 2020 to October 1, 2020.
- A drop off box located in the front of the building and marked “Town Clerk Drop Box” has been added for use by the public for their convenience. We are recommending that business that can be conducted through the mail or placed in this new drop off box be used. Also this document provides helpful information on how to continue to conduct business with the Town Clerk without visiting the office in person.
- Notary services are suspended until further notice. Please visit the UPS Store at 1077 Silas Deane Highway, Wethersfield. (860) 257-9601.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
- State of Connecticut 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Preparedness Resources
- Central Connecticut Health District Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) resource
- If you are a family in need, Foodshare Inc. distributes fresh foods to disadvantaged citizens. This is sponsored by volunteers from the Oasis Christian Church. Click here for updated Foodshare information.
- The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law on March 27, 2020, and provides loans and grants for small businesses. Click here for frequently asked questions.
- UPDATED INFORMATION - The Town of Rocky Hill Transfer Station located at 59 Old Forge Road will be returning to the normal schedule of Thursday and Friday from 7 am to 2 pm, and Saturday 7 am to 1 pm.
- Please call (860) 258-2766 Monday thru Friday 9 am to 4 pm to schedule curbside pickup for household items, furniture and appliances. Mattresses must be bagged. There will be a three day delay for removal due to the virus. Demolition, construction debris, toilets and sinks must be brought to the transfer station for disposal. Any questions please call (860) 258-7709.
Police Department Records
- The Rocky Hill Police Department, in an effort to limit exposure, has established an online records request service. All requests for police records can be submitted through the police department website. Individuals without internet access may request records by calling 860-258-2783.
- Starting Monday, June 15th, we will resume fingerprinting. We ask that you call records at 860-258-2783 to schedule an appointment, at that time you will provide a cell phone number you can be reached at. We ask that you stay outside on the day and time of your appointment and we will call you and have you come in from the parking lot. This is to limit the amount of people in our lobby. Hours for fingerprinting will be Tuesday 10-1130 and Thursday 1:30-3:00 and it will be limited to 10 people per day . You will be required to wear a mask and must wash your hands before fingerprinting. We appreciate your understanding while we work through this.
- We are presently conducting public meetings remotely. A live stream of these meetings will appear on this page at the scheduled meeting time. We have also connected our Government Access channels on Cox and Frontier to this remote platform. You can also find these meetings streaming live on our YouTube channel.
- The Cora J. Belden Library has launched a Library 2 Go service. Please see the website for further details https://www.rockyhillct.gov/library/
- Rocky Hill Senior Center will be closed effective this Monday, March 16. Click here for the full announcement.
- All Parks and Recreation programs are cancelled and many park and playground facilities are closed. Click here for complete and updated information. https://www.rockyhillct.gov/parkrec
- Rocky Hill resident was at Hartford Hospital and was treated for the Coronavirus, COVID-19
- St. Josephine Bakhita Parish - Message regarding parishioner diagnosed this week with COVID-19
- MDC’s Plans to Address COVID-19
- Eversource Assures Customers Safe and Reliable Service Will Continue During COVID-19 Pandemic
- SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to Connecticut Small Businesses Economically Impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- The State is offering relief to small businesses through a new DECD program called the Connecticut Recovery Bridge Loan Program, a $25 million short-term emergency loan program. Qualifying small businesses and nonprofits with 100 or fewer employees can apply for a loan of up to $75,000 or three months of operating expenses (whichever is less). Please click here for more information.
Information for Families
- News release from Connecticut Children's announcing new Pediatric Hotline to address community pediatrician and parent Coronavirus concerns
- What parents should know about coronavirus
- Coronavirus FAQ
- 8 Tips for talking to your kids about coronavirus
- Answering your child’s coronavirus questions
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