Covid-19 Information Center - Plymouth is currently designated as a a moderate risk (Yellow) community

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“Stop the Spread Program – COVID”

Town of Plymouth Public Health

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Plymouth must revert to step 1 of phase III of the Commonwealth’s reopening plan, as outlined in COVID-19 order 51 on October 26, 2020

Monday, August 17, 2020, We Welcome Back Residents to Plymouth Town Hall for more info click here.
Plymouth Public Library is Open by Appointment -Click to make an appointment
All other Town Office Buildings are Still Closed to the Public. Please call or e-mail with any inquiries.

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Taxes and Payment Options

Order Amending the Administration of Penalties Issued Pursuant to Certain Covid-19 Orders

COVID-19 Response Command Center Situation Daily Reports

Public Health Director’s Bi-Monthly Report May 27, 2020

Reopening Massachusetts – Phase 1

Graduation Guidance, Training Resources, and links to the updated Essential Services FAQs and EEA Guidance on Outdoor Recreational Activities and Businesses

High School Graduation Guidelines

Covid-19 Prevention Control Plan

Control Plan Resources

'Do's and Don'ts' For Wearing Face Masks in Public

Tourism and COVID-19 - Weekly Updates

Baker-Polito Administration Extends Non-Essential Business Closures to May 18th, Announces Reopening Advisory Board

COVID-19 Public Resources Map

Order Extending the Temporary Closure of all Public and Private Elementary and Secondary Schools

Order Extending the Temporary Closure of All Non-Emergency Child Care Programs

Face Coverings and Enforcement of Advisories Q&A Response

KN95 Distribution to Local Law Enforcement and Fire Services

Plymouth Fire Department Donates to Newly-Opened COVID-19 Testing Site at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth

COVID-19 Data Breakdown by City and Town

Message from Town Manager - Closing of Public Areas - April 8, 2020

Nursing Home Family Resource Line

Town Manager's Update - April 3, 2020

Revised Guidance on Discontinuation of Home Isolation  

Revised Guidance for Allowing Asymptomatic Health Care Personnel and Emergency Medical Technicians to Work Following a Known Exposure to COVID-19

Information and Guidance for Persons in Quarantine due to COVID-19  

Information and Guidance for Persons in Isolation due to COVID-19  

Information sheet: How to Self-quarantine and Self-isolate  

COVID-19 Response Command Center Situation Report for April 2nd

Press Release  Plymouth Beaches are Closed Due To COVID-19 Pandemic April 2, 2020

Notification to the Attorney General’s Office regarding the continuance of Town Meeting to Saturday, May 30, 2020. 

Second Declaration of Recess and Continuance of the Plymouth Annual and Special Town Meetings

Guidance Implementing The Order By The Governor  Extending The Closing Of Certain Workplaces  And The Prohibition On Gatherings Of More Than 10 People

Eversource COVID-19 Update and additional assistance for small business customers

Message from Town Manager March 29, 2020

Message from Town Manager March 28, 2020

Guidance for prioritizing and optimizing use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in Massachusetts during the COVID-19 response

Public Health Order Related to Grocery Stores and Pharmacies in Massachusetts

Brewster Ambulance Emergency Medical Services – Response to 911 calls

COVID-19 Essential Services FAQs

Town Manager Update March 24

Message from Town Manager March 23, 2020

Town Manager Update March 19

Local Declaration of Emergency - March 16

Postponement of the April 4, 2020 Town Meeting

Declaration of Emergency and Closure of Public Buildings

Fire Department Business Protocols

Plymouth Fire Department Closed to the Public Effective Tuesday, March 18

Town Employee Contact Info

Public Construction Bidding and  COVID-19 FAQs

Local and State Elections

Town of Plymouth Facebook

Covid-19 State of Emergency - Link to Commonwealth of Mass Web Page

Covid-19 Massachusetts Department of Public Health Updates

Governor Charlie Baker Orders All Non-Essential Businesses To Cease In Person Operation, Directs the Department of Public Health to Issue Stay at Home Advisory For Two Weeks

Order prohibiting gatherings of over 10 people and On-Premises Consumption of Food and Beverages

Continued Operation of Essential Services

Food Establishments - Information, Guidance, and Helpful Links to keep you updated on Coronavirus

Non-Medical Personal Care Closures

Procurement Under Grants Conducted Under Exigent or Emergency Circumstances

Election Message

Implementation of Governor’s Order Suspending Certain Provisions of the Open Meeting Law

Governor's Emergency Executive Orders Affecting Licensing and Inspections

Order Modifying the Open Meeting Law

Road Excavations

Flushable Wipes

Eversource Update from March 19

Eversource Update from March 24

Fuel Assistance - South Shore Community Action Council

The March 31 Senate Election is postponed until May 19, 2020