Latest News and Updates:
Read about vaccines for homebound individuals and learn how to obtain assistance to use the survey tool if needed by clicking on this link.
STATE RUN CLINICS -
Make an appointment at a state-run clinic and sign up for the COVID-19 vaccination by clicking on this link.
TOWN CLINIC - MIDDLE SCHOOL -
Registration links are now available! Click here to register.
PHARMACY CLINICS -
Limited pharmacy vaccination sites (statewide) will open for registration. Find out more by clicking here.
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Executive order 21-16 - One Hundred and Twenty-First Supplemental Emergency Declaration - Extension of Executive Orders 20-06, 20-16, 20-17, 20-19, 20-70, 20-72, 20-94 and 20-110
Executive Order 21-14 - One Hundred and Twentieth Supplemental Emergency Declaration - Extension of Executive Orders 20-02, 20-29 and 20-39 (2-16-21)
Executive Order 21-13 - One Hundred and Nineteenth Supplemental Emergency Declaration - Amendments to Executive Order 21-11 (2-12-21)
Executive Order 21-10 - One Hundred and Sixteenth Supplemental Emergency Declaration - Extension of Executive Orders 20-44, 20-46, 20-62 and 21-02 (02-03-2021)
Executive Order 21-09 - One Hundred and Fifteenth Supplemental Emergency Declaration - Revised Protecting Your Household Order (1-29-2021)
- COVID-19 is Still With Us! Click on link if you need assistance.
- Read about a "Very Special Thank You"!
Resources and Guidelines from RI Department of Health:
- If you or someone you know has a general question, RI DOH has activated a Coronavirus Information Line: 401-222-8022. Visit the RI Department of Health's website for more information.
- For information on getting tested, and what your test means, RI Department of Health (RI DOH) has set up a page for COVID-19 Testing for the General Public.
- Traveling - If you are traveling, do you need to self-quarantine? Please find a list of states where to COVID positivity rates are 5% or greater by visiting the John Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center (not supported by Internet Explorer) or the State of Rhode Island Department Department of Health. (7/13/2020)
- See all of the press releases from the Department of Health on their webpage here
News an updates from the Governor and other State offices:
- See all of the Governor's executive orders on www.governor.ri.gov.
- See all of the Governor's press releases on the State Government Press Releases webpage here.
- For information relating to the Phased Approach to Re-Opening RI, please click here: reopeningri.com
News and updates from the Town:
- Town Hall and Annex Restricted Services
- Estimated 2020 Motor Vehicle Tax Bills will be mailed the second week of December 2020. Read the full details by clicking on this link.
- 2020 Real Estate and Tangible Tax Bills - The second quarter payment is due December 15, 2020 through January 5, 2021. Interest will be assessed on January 5, 2021. Read more....
- Online Services - Pay your taxes, license your dog or request a birth certificate. Click the link to take advantage of our many online services.
- WellOne to conduct COVID-19 testing at Burrillville Department of Public Works headquarters, 65 Union Ave., Harrisville, RI 02830 - WellOne is excited to announce that they will be conducting COVID testing at the Department of Public Works by appointment on scheduled days when ordered by a WellOne medical provider. If you are experiencing symptoms, call WellOne at 401-568-7661 to schedule a telephone visit with one of their medical providers and determine if you are a candidate for testing. WellOne accepts most insurances. The testing is conducted by a nasopharyngeal swab and results are typically available within 2-4 days after testing is completed.
- Read our flyer about how to register for future alerts or go to the registration page here.
- The FBI warns of: Online Extortion Scams and Fraudulent Scams Being Utilized in the Northeast Area
- The FCC issues Consumer Warnings and Safety Tips
There is a lot of information going around, not all of it true. Get your information and updates from a trusted local news agency. Don't rely on social media for information, go to the source.
A message from Col. Stephen Lynch, Burrillville Chief of Police: "Emergency Medical Services in the Town of Burrillville are following all protocols, guidelines, and recommendations per the Rhode Island Department of Health, Emergency Medical Services Division. The local Fire/EMS Districts in the Town of Burrillville are working with other town departments such as police and school department on a regular basis regarding this matter. Town Public Safety officials are meeting regularly to address any and all concerns regarding the Corona Virus."
Town of Burrillville
105 Harrisville Main St.
Harrisville, RI 02830