COVID-19

Check back often for updates, this page will be updated regularly. This is the Town of Wayland's official, trusted source for Coronavirus outbreak information.
TOWN BUILDINGS

SCHOOLS

CLOSED

TOWN ELECTION TOWN MEETING       
CLOSEDfor the remainder of 2019-2020 school yearPOSTPONED TO JUNE 9NEW DATE TBD
NON-EMERGENCY CHILDCARE
CLOSED
through June 29
Offical Town of Wayland Press Releases & Updates 
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Contacts

  
Health Department Coronavirus Hotline:
For residents experiencing symptoms, concerns about exposure and seeking health information specific to COVID-19.
(508) 358-6805              
For General Help & Town Information:
For residents who may need assistance obtaining basic and important life necessities, such as food or medications.
(508) 358-7701
For Seniors:
For a friendly check in or other services call the Council on Aging
(508) 358-2990
For Emergencies: 911
Youth and Family Services Department: 
For help with emotional support or mental health services
(508) 358-4293
Psychiatric Emergency Services, in Framingham 
For immediate and urgent mental health services
(800) 640-5432
Town Officials
Louise Miller, Town Administrator
Julia Junghanns, Director of Public Health:
(508) 358-3620
(508) 358-3617

Massachusetts residents are urged to use 2-1-1 for information, resources, and referrals regarding COVID-19

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Order: Wear Face Masks or Face Coverings in Public

Stay Informed

Click our Stay Connected page on the left menu.


Wayland Town Buildings

All Town Buildings CLOSED to the public until further notice. Town Services are being provided either by telephone or by appointment. Please refer to Town Services on this webpage for specific information about each department.


Wayland Public Schools

Wayland Public School buildings are closed through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year. Remote learning continues.
For further information refer to the Wayland Public Schools website

Non-Emergency Childcare Programs closed through June 29


Beware of Scams

Regretfully, we need to remind residents that scammers will use this pandemic as an opportunity. Please be cautious. Read more here.

Guidance for Local Businesses

More information can be found on the Wayland Businesses page.