COVID-19 cases remain low in Monroe

A homemade sign on Monroe Turnpike, close to the town center early on during the pandemic, encourages unity amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The following is an update from First Selectman Ken Kellogg:

MONROE, CT — While we have had yet another week of very low case counts, COVID continues to be a significant concern in our country with 31 states now included in the regional travel advisory.

Thank you for continuing to use face coverings and maintain safe distancing when required.

Make appointments online

Appointments for the offices of the tax collector and town clerk may now be made online Additional departments are being added soon.

While routine public access remains limited, you may continue to call departments to obtain services by phone, email, or to make an appointment.

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