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COVID-19 Hours

  • Monday 10 am–5 pm
  • Wednesday 10 am–5 pm
  • Saturday 10 am–3 pm

COVID-19 Hours

  • Monday 10 am–5 pm
  • Wednesday 10 am–5 pm
  • Saturday 10 am–3 pm

COVID-19 Updates

September 9, 2020: New COVID Cases & Special Town Meeting

From the Shelburne COVID-19 Emergency Task Force:

New cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Shelburne recently. Please be extra cautious and vigilant about your health and safety, practicing social distancing and good hand hygiene.

Wear a mask or facial covering every time you go out in public.

Masks slow the spread of COVID-19, and protect you and everyone around you! See information from Mass.gov.

Remember, the sole purpose of a virus is to find and infect targets. It has no opinions, thoughts, or feelings. As of September 4, 2020, there have been 6,204,238 cases and 187,755 deaths due to COVID-19 in the U.S., including 121,758 cases and 9,100 deaths in Massachusetts. Don't be the cause for an increase in these numbers! (Source: Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center.)

Special Town Meeting

Special Town Meeting at 1:00 PM on Saturday, September 26, 2020, by the bandstand at Buckland Shelburne Elementary School, 75 Mechanic Street, Shelburne. There is no rain date scheduled.

Volunteers are needed to assist with:

  • Chair set-up and break-down
  • Perimeter set-up and break-down
  • Directing of foot traffic and crowd control
  • Monitoring of microphone use by community speakers

To volunteer, please contact Laurie Wheeler at 413-625-0306 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

If you would like a copy of this or any of the messages from the Shelburne COVID-19 Emergency Task Force, knock on the door of the Arms Library and request a copy.

From the Town of Shelburne Board of Health:

Venn diagram showing the overlap between seasonal allergies and COVID symptoms

COVID-19 and seasonal allergies share many symptoms, but there are some key differences between the two. For example, COVID-19 can cause fever, which is not a common symptom of seasonal allergies. The image above compares symptoms caused by allergies and COVID-19. The Shelburne Board of Health reminds you to seek appropriate treatment for all suspected illnesses.