Redding town offices will be following a three phase reopening plan. Phase one, the closures, has had employees working remotely. The Transfer Station is open; the Tax collector has a walk up window, and the Town Clerk, by appointment only, has been setting up outdoor meetings for business that can’t be done by telephone or email.
Phase two includes opening to the public by appointment only. The Heritage Center and will remain closed to visitors. At this time no date for transitioning into the second phase has been set.
The third phase will see municipal buildings open to the public for business as usual, no appointments required.
Danbury City Hall will have some employees return to the office on Monday. One group of employees will work Mondays through Thursdays, and then the next group will be in the office the following week. During the off time, employees will continue working remotely.
Shifts will be staggered between 7:30am to 6 or 6:30pm.
Visitors will be allowed back at Danbury City Hall by appointment only starting on July 27th. Appointments will be available 10am to 4pm and visitors must wear masks and be signed in. The number of appointments will be limited.