The following link serves as the official COVID-19 response measures and information source for the Town of Hubbardston. This information is current as of April 1, 2020 at 4pm.
At this time, Hubbardston has a known case of COVID-19 reported to the town. We will no longer be reporting the number of cases per state guidance. To find our more about state reported numbers, please click here.
The Hubbardston Board of Selectmen declared a Local State of Emergency effective March 25, 2020.
New information as of March 31, 2020.
Governor Charlie Baker today continued the closure of non-essential businesses and the Massachusetts stay-at-home advisory until May 4, 2020. In order to protect residents and staff and to remain consistent with state and federal guidance, the Town of Hubbardston is continuing to close to the public all town buildings, parks, athletic courts and the skate park until May 4, 2020. This order does not apply to open-air spaces where distancing is possible; however, residents are encouraged to remain in their homes whenever possible to mitigate the spread of this disease.
The following link provides guidance to town officials and residents on participating in virtual public meetings during the COVID-19 response.