Mayor Leclerc Issues a Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency

All East Hartford Town Buildings Are Closed to the Public
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(March 16, 2020) East Hartford, CT—Mayor Marcia A. Leclerc has issued a Declaration of Civil Preparedness Emergency today in response to COVID-19. In addition, Mayor Leclerc has announced that effective at 12 PM, Monday, March 16, 2020 all town buildings, including the East Hartford Town Hall will be closed to the public. Staff will continue to report to work at this time. A partial activation of our Emergency Operation Center will begin at noon today for monitoring.

“The safety and wellbeing of our employees and the community are my main priority,” said Mayor Marcia Leclerc. “It is imperative that these procedures are in place to limit exposure risks.”

There will be limited remote services available to the public while we convert to providing our core services remotely via web, phone and email. We would like to thank our residents for their continued patience and understanding during this unprecedented time. For more information please visit the Town website at or call the Town Hall at 860-291-7200.

For previous communication on COVID-19 please click on this link.

For available remote services please click on this link.