COVID-19 Spencer Case Update - May 4, 2021
There have been a total of 868 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with 20 currently active.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has created the COVID-19 Community Tracing Collaborative which consists of a team of people who reach out to the contacts of confirmed positive COVID-19 patients to help those who have been potentially exposed to the virus. If your phone rings and shows “833 or 857 MA COVID TEAM”, please answer it. The team is in need of your cooperation with investigations.
March 15, 2020 Buiding Closures
In response to efforts to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Town of Spencer is closing all municipal buildings to the public until further notice (with the exception of public safety). These closures include the Town Hall, Senior Center, Richard Sugden Library, Utilities & Facilities, Highway, Water, and Sewer facilities.
The Police Station will remain open to the public
All offices closed to the public will remain staffed and regular Town business will continue by phone and email. The Senior Center will be staffed during normal hours for any referrals or informational needs and can be reached at 508-885-7546.
During this time, forms and payments may be placed in the drop boxes located outside the east and west side entrance doors at the Town Hall. Most permits and application forms can be accessed online at www.spencerma.gov, or by calling the Town Hall at 508-885-7500.
Continuing updates will be posted on the Town’s website.
Up to date information can be found on the Public Health Department’s Coronavirus Information web page here:
Center for Disease Control web page:
As the situation changes, we are prepared to adapt plans and procedures accordingly and will keep the community informed.
Thomas Gregory, Town Administrator