City of Winooski Municipal Services
Effective June 14, 2021, the Governor has lifted all COVID-19 pandemic-related restrictions. Universal guidance is no longer in effect. As of midnight, on June 15, 2021, the Governor’s declared State of Emergency has also been lifted. The City of Winooski will continue to follow workplace guidelines as recommended by the CDC, Vermont Department of Health, and VOSHA where applicable and will enact appropriate guidance to keep our staff and the community safe and healthy. The City of Winooski will continue to provide public services that do not require face-to-face interaction. We encourage the public to submit payments electronically, use our online forms, or use our drop boxes whenever possible.
Starting July 6th, the public will be able to fully access City offices, where:
Virtual & In-Person Public Meetings: the City of Winooski will continue to provide in-person and virtual (Zoom) options for our public meetings. To sign up for our email meeting notices, click here: https://www.winooskivt.gov/list.aspx.
Please see the following locations for our current mask requirements:
Unvaccinated City staff & public: MASKS REQUIRED
Fully vaccinated City staff & public: MASKS OPTIONAL
Six-foot physical distancing & hygiene practices are required by all.
Masks and 6’ social distancing are required in City buildings where children under the age of 12 are present. This includes:
The City of Winooski has partnered with the Vermont Department of Health and CIC Health to provide daily on-going COVID-19 testing in Winooski at the O’Brien Community Center (32 Malletts Bay Ave). Register for any time listed below at vermont.force.com/events/s/selfregistration (walk-ups are also welcome). Please note the updated weekly schedule:
On May 13th, 2021, the Vermont Department of Health opened vaccination clinics for ages 12 – 15. If you are 12 years of age or older, please visit healthvermont.gov/myvaccine to schedule your appointment or find the next available pop-up opportunity.