Coronavirus Resources

This page has been created as a central location for Town of Wilton, CT information related to Coronavirus.  We will be providing updated information as it becomes available. 

COVID Alert CT App.  The COVID Alert CT app notifies you if you have been in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. COVID Alert CT is a voluntary, anonymous, exposure-notification smartphone app. You will get an alert if you were in close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19. Knowing about a potential exposure allows you to self-quarantine immediately, get tested, and reduce the potential exposure risk to your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers and others. The more people who participate in COVID Alert CT, the more effective it will be.  For more information, visit COVID Alert CT.

Social Services Department Resources.  Director Sarah Heath reminds residents as the rate of cases, hospitalizations and deaths increases across the country and the state, we understand the challenges faced by many residents and the ramifications of quarantining or self-isolation. The Department of Social Services can help with various resources.  One new local resource is from Family and Children’s Agency, which can help any resident needing support, at no cost, through a program called COACH.  Please contact Sarah Heath at sarah.heath@wiltonct.org or (203) 834-6238 to learn more about this support program and other resources or contact Family and Children’s directly at (203) 831-2900. 

For Town News and Announcements related to Coronavirus (including First Selectwoman Lynne Vanderslice's Updates), please see the 'Community News' feed on the right side of this page or the bottom of the page, if viewing on your mobile device.  To subscribe to Town News and Announcements related to Coronavirus, visit Subscribe to E-Alerts and check the box for Town News and Announcements

Face Coverings: When in public and a 6-foot distance is unavoidable wear a required face covering, unless doing so would be contrary to your health because of a medical condition.  This applies whether outside or inside a retail establishment. Watch this video to learn why and how masks work to protect you and others. 

While outside exercising alone, if you aren’t wearing a face covering, maintain a 6-foot distance from others running or walking on the same road, sidewalk or trail.  When using the NRVT, move to the right in single file when passing others.  

COVID-19 Testing.  The following is a list of testing locations in towns abutting Wilton with links to websites. To find other testing locations, visit 211 website where you can use the search engine to look for local testing sites or dial 211.

Norwalk

Ridgefield

Westport

Town Hall and Annex Hours:  Town Hall hours are Monday-Friday from 8:30 am-4:30 pm.  Town Annex hours are as follows: Department of Public Works from 8:30 am-4:30 pm, Building Department from 7:30 am-4:00 pm and Health Department and Planning & Zoning/Environmental Affairs from 8:00 am-4:00 pm.  Services are offered by drop box, email or phone only during these hours.  There is no public access to the buildings. 

Virtual Town Hall: Many services can be completed online.  Please visit the Virtual Town Hall.

Report a Positive Test Result:  If you have received a confirmed or presumptive positive test and you have not been contacted by the Wilton Health Department, please contact the department. Department members are out in the field, so they can be reached more quickly through email.

Transfer Station:  Wilton Transfer Station hours are Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 7:00 am-3:30 pm and the second and fourth Saturdays of each month from 9:00 am-12:00 pm.  The 2020 Transfer Station holiday schedule remains in effect.  Disposal fees and vehicle permits continue to be required.  For more information on obtaining vehicle permits or tickets, please visit the Transfer Station page on the Town of Wilton website.

While using the Transfer Station, please remember to keep your distance from Transfer Station employees and other residents.  Transfer Station employees will provide direction, but have been ordered not to provide assistance with the handling of your materials.  Please do not request assistance.  Please refer to the Transfer Station Map & User Guide for more information (e.g., traffic flow, location of disposal areas, etc). 

How to Volunteer: Wilton Helping Hands is a volunteer network organized to address the needs of Wilton’s most vulnerable population.  Volunteers assist at a social distance with doorstep drop off of basic necessities or by making daily calls or sending emails.  To volunteer, please call (203) 451-8479.  There are also other groups organizing to assist those in need; please check local social media for more information.  If you or someone you know is in need of help, please contact Director of Social Services Sarah Heath at sarah.heath@wiltonct.org

Face Coverings for Wilton Seniors and the Disabled:  Social Services Director Sarah Heath is asking residents to assist Wilton’s seniors by dropping off homemade cloth masks in the shed in front of Wilton Police Department at 238 Danbury Road, Wilton.  Social Services and Wilton Helping hands will distribute masks to Wilton seniors and disabled residents.

Explore Wilton's Walking Trails.  Explore the Town's many nature trails on the Conservation Commission's webpage.  There are also more than three miles of under-utilized sidewalks along Route 7 running from Wolfpit Road to Olmstead Hill Road, with plenty of empty parking lots along the way.  Walking in Wilton Center also includes the option of the trail on Schenck's Island.  School Road, Kristine Lilly Way and Wilton's many cul-de-sacs or less traveled residential streets are also good choices.