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.  

On July 30, 2021, CT Department of Public Health issued a health alert due to Fairfield County and two other counties being newly classified as "substantial transmission".  Five Connecticut counties are now classified as substantial transmission.  Per guidance from the CDC, if in these counties, individuals are advised to wear a mask when indoors regardless of their vaccination status.

Masks must be worn in municipal buildings by all unvaccinated individuals over two years of age.  Online, email, dropbox and phone services are available.  

On July 14th, the Legislature voted to extend Governor Lamont's emergency powers through September 30, 2021 

For more information on the State of Connecticut's COVID-19 response, please visit Connecticut COVID-19 response.

Vaccination Information.  All Residents aged 12 and up are now eligible for the vaccine.

Click here to perform a zip code or map search of vaccine providers.

Appointments can be made utilizing the following tools:

  • Hartford HealthCare:  click here.
  • Yale New Haven Health:  click here.
  • Stamford Healthclick here.
  • VAMS online system: VAMS is the Vaccine Administration Management System and can be used to schedule appointments at multiple clinics, including Norwalk Hospital, Danbury and Griffin Health.  click here.  Tips for using VAMS: Registration is a two step process:  First, request authorization. Enter your email address in all lower case.  Second, set up an account. When asked if you are registered, answer no.  Wilton Social Services created a helpful video on how to use VAMS available here. The system has generally allowed residents to submit an authorization request the day before eligibility. If your eligibility is listed on the drop down menu, you know you can submit the request. Eligibility confirmations generally have been received within 24 hours, but not earlier than just minutes before the start of the date of eligibility. 
  • Call Connecticut’s COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Assist Line:  Call 877-918-2224.  The assist line is open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., seven days a week. 
  • Community Health Center:  click here
  • Walgreensclick here.
  • CVS: click here.
  • Walmartclick here.
  • Rite Aid: click here.
  • Stop and Shop: click here.
  • ShopRite: click here.

Additional information is available on the CT Department of Health vaccine webpage.

Social Services Department Resources.   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 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

COVID-19 Testing.  The following is a list of testing locations in Wilton and 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.





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 in person, drop box, email or phone only during these hours.  

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.

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.