Community Notice

To the Residents of Stockbridge,

The Stockbridge Police Department remains committed to the needs of the community as we deal with the Pandemic known as COVID-19: Corona Virus.

 

Should you need our assistance during this time we respectfully request that you let the dispatchers know if you are experiencing any symptoms of fever, cough, muscle aches and sneezing.

 

Notification of any flu like symptoms will allow the officers to be prepared to assist you while protecting themselves from unnecessary exposure.

Having this information will not delay our response it will simply allow us to maintain our consistent professional and safe response.

 

At this time the Stockbridge Town Hall is closed to the public.  The Police lobby remains open however we will not be allowing access to the police station.  If you have a request or question regarding a service you are seeking please call or e-mail.  Contact information is available on our website.

 

The members of the Stockbridge Police Department appreciate your cooperation and understanding during this time.

 

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