The City of Stamford is providing updates on the ongoing COVID-19 situation as of Monday, August 10.
As of Saturday, July 25 Stamford beaches are restricted on weekends and holidays to Stamford residents and those with an annual beach parking permit. The City of Stamford says this follows concerns of a possible second wave of COVID-19 and potential overcrowding at Stamford beaches.
Stamford Public Schools continues to provide free Grab-and-Go meals, at the following school and community sites on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
As we enter phase two of re-opening in Connecticut, indoor museums, aquariums, zoos, bowling allies, libraries and movie theater are on the list of businesses that are allowed to open. Here’s a list of who is opening. We will continue to update!
Curbside pick up begins on Monday at the Ferguson Library for cardholders! Curbside pick up will only be available at the Main Library in Stamford Downtown for the first week. Read the details here.
Phase 1 of re-opening Connecticut does include outdoor museums and zoos, which can open at 50% capacity. Here is a list of facilities that are re-opening and how to plan ahead!
Stamford Town Center is open as of Wednesday, May 20. Here is a list of stores that are opening over the next few days.
Streateries in Stamford Downtown provides expanded space for walking and eating while maintaining social distancing and adhering to the state and local public health protocols.
The Local Moms Network spoke to Marietta Vázquez, MD, who is a Yale Medicine pediatric infectious disease specialist about COVID-19 Related Child Inflammatory Disease. Read their interview, here.
On Wednesday, May 20 restaurants in Connecticut will be able to open for outdoor dining only. Wondering what restaurants will offer outdoor dining in Stamford? Find our list, here!