Covid-19 info

As of March 19th – The Tinmouth Town Office is  CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC.

Appointments will be granted on a case by case basis to title researchers.

Please conduct your business with the Town Office via the phone (446-2498), online (tinmouthtown@vermontel.net) or through the mail (including dog license renewals).

NEW (as of March 30):
Chris Martone has informed me that the policy at the transfer station is that there is to be zero physical contact between the attendants and the public and that proper distancing will be expected. The public will be expected to mark their own tickets .  Do not pass the punch back or forth. If you have no ticket ask the attendant to record your number of bags. You can order new tickets from the town clerk by mailing your request to the town office with payment .
~ Michael Fannin,
Emergency Management Director, Tinmouth

PLEASE continue to follow the recommended guidelines of the CDC and the VT Department of Health:

*wash your hands,

*practice “social distancing”;

*avoid large gatherings;

*and if feeling unwell with symptoms of the virus, stay home and call your primary care physician.

YOUR continued good health is the primary concern.  Stay healthy, follow the guidelines, and keep positive.

More information:

1. “Please call Vermont’s 211 to access information regarding emergency needs.”   Dial “211” from your phone, or visit the Vermont 211 website.

2. Also from Michael Fannin:  “Here’s another good resource for all:”   Consumer Report link.

3. And: “Here is a huge link to many Rutland county services and their status.” COVID-19 Rutland County Resource Guide.

4. Middletown Springs also has a regularly updated page for Covid-19 / Coronavirus information.

The Department of Health wants Vermonters to know:

  • For the most up-to-date information and guidance about COVID-19 visit healthvermont.gov/covid19.
  • If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), CALL your health care provider.Many people who are mildly ill can manage their symptoms at home with rest, drinking fluids and taking fever-reducing medicine, when needed.
  • Testing is currently limited and is prioritized to healthcare workers, hospitalized patients, and vulnerable populations.
  • Not everybody needs to be tested. Do not call the Health Department. Do not go to the hospital, except in a life-threatening situation.
  • If you need to go food shopping, to the pharmacy or do other essential activities, keep a distance of 6 feet between yourself and others. Six feet is about the length of a 3-person couch or a bed.
  • Please connect with family, friends and your community in responsible ways such as using technology, going outside, learning a new skill or helping others in need. We encourage social distancing, not social isolation!