Last Updated: 3/23/20 12:00PM
As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation, the Town of Milton is committed to the continued health and safety of our residents as well as our employees. We intend to serve and work alongside the residents of Milton. In efforts to slow the illness you will find several adjustments to town offices. We ask for your understanding and corporation regarding these changes and adjustments as well as any that may continue in the upcoming days.
A Message from the Town Administrator
To keep both the general public and Town of Milton employees safe and to enable us to provide as many services as possible during this unprecedented crisis, safety guidelines as set forth by the Center for Disease Control will be applied and adhered to at all times. If at any time a member of the general public fails to adhere to these guidelines, we will be left with no choice other than to notify the Milton Police Department. We take your well-being seriously and hope that you will provide our hard-working staff the same level of concern and respect. We will get through these unusual times if we work together. Conversely, if anyone working for the Town of Milton fails to adhere to the following guidelines, please call me immediately on my cell phone at (603) 545-4956. Thank you.
Ernest M. Cartier Creveling
Direct Line: (603) 652-4501 ext. 1
Cell Phone: (603) 545-4956
E-mail: [email protected]
State and Local Emergency Orders
No local emergency orders at this time.
State of New Hampshire Emergency Orders
Notices from the Town Administrator
Notice of Town Facilities Closure Effective March 18th
Full List Department by Department Changes
Fire Department Changes Effective March 14th
Police Department Changes
Human Services (Welfare) Office Changes Effective March 18th
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State of New Hampshire Official Covid-19 Website
Centers for Disease Control Covid-19 Website
15 Days to Slow the Spread-The President's Coronavirus Guidelines for America
What Municipalities Should Know About Coronavirus-2019-NHMA
If you have NON-Emergency COVID-19 related questions, please call 211, a state hotline staffed 24/7 specifically for informational purposes.
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