COVID-19 Coronavirus Information

All Town of Longmeadow COVID-19 Coronavirus Updates will be posted below. 

Town of Longmeadow Update COVID-19 Coronavirus - August 12, 2020

Reminder on Masking and Social Distancing, New State Data Tool on Community Cases, Follow State Orders on Travel, Council on Aging to Remain Closed until New Building is Completed, Greenwood Daycare to Remain Closed

The Annual Town Meeting logistics team met this morning and reviewed weather information and updated COVID-19 case numbers. There has been no marked change in COVID-19 positive community cases. Currently, there are 2 positive cases in the community and that number has been relatively consistent for 3 weeks. Weather information and radar has been continuously monitored since last Thursday. The weather pattern is stable for the next two days with a 30% chance of rain on Tuesday. The team has decided to proceed as planned with tomorrow’s Annual Town Meeting.

Playgrounds and Basketball Courts Reopen, Summer Camps and Pools Will Not Open, Recreation Fields are Open and Limited Team Sports/Sports Leagues Beginning, Greenwood Daycare will open in the fall

Public forums have been scheduled to review the Annual Town Meeting warrant and answer questions. The forums will be held on Monday, June 8, 2020 at 7PM and Monday, June 22, 2020 at 7PM.

Tennis Courts Reopening, Face Masks Available to Residents, Recycling Center Opens Saturday for Bulky/Household Items 

Face Masks Available to Residents, Recycling Center Opens Saturday, May 23 for Bulky/Household Items, Town Election Information and Annual Town Meeting

Governor’s Order Requiring Face Coverings & Voting by Absentee Ballot for Town Election

The Recycling Center on Pondside Road will open for yard waste only, West Road leaf dump will close beginning Saturday, May 2. Spring sports have been cancelled, including all sponsored sport leagues. Fiscal constraints necessitating furloughs in 5 town departments. 

Extension of due dates for property taxes, betterments and Community Preservation surcharges, exemption and deferral applications, and motor vehicle excise, water, sewer and stormwater utility bills.

Additional guidance on grocery stores, Town no longer releasing case count data, keep up the social distancing.

Town releases COVID-19 coronavirus positive case numbers, will provide daily update by 5pm each day. 

Updates include, town offices to remain closed through May 4, 2020, leaf and yard waste area to open on April 1, 2020, and the Annual Town Meeting postponed until June 23, 2020 and other updates.

Tennis courts, basketball courts and play structures will be closed Friday, March 27, 2020. Signage on social distancing will be placed at parks and athletic fields. 

The Town of Longmeadow confirmed today that there is one positive case of COVID-19 in the community.

The Select Board declared a state of emergency and a listing of town actions. 

The Select Board voted to declare a state of emergency in Longmeadow. The declaration was done to assure that Town has all available resources at its disposal to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Please register for Code Red Emergency Notifications and the app.

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Group gatherings limited to 50 people or less, non-essential board and committee meetings postponed, Storrs Library closed, Council on Aging programming canceled. 

COVID-19 Community Impact Survey

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MA-DPH) is trying to hear from communities so that it can better help people through the COVID-19 crisis. By taking this survey, you can help find new solutions to community problems, and give MA-DPH the information they need to take action and support the communities that need it most. MA-DPH is committed to sharing information back in ways that will help us all take collective action. This effort will help us better understand the impact of COVID-19 on our communities, and would encourage anyone who is 14 years old or older to participate using this link:


Town Election June 16, 2020 - vote by mail, download the application here.

MDPH to release Community Case Count Numbers 

Beginning April 15, 2020 the Massachusetts Department of Public Health(MDPH) will be releasing weekly case count numbers by community. For information on Longmeadow visit this website.

Longmeadow COVID-19 Cases

Date # of Cases As of:
4/3/2020 25 1 PM
4/4/2020 27 4 PM
4/5/2020 30 5:30 PM
4/6/2020 33 5 PM
4/7/2020 34 5 PM
4/8/2020 36 4 PM
4/9/2020 38 5 PM
4/10/2020 * *

*Last week, we began releasing COVID-19 coronavirus case count information for Town of Longmeadow specific cases. After reviewing the data, and upon guidance from MDPH, we have decided to suspend our daily case count updates. The accuracy of the data and the timeliness of reporting has made the information unreliable. Until such time that the data can be more accurately updated we will not be posting case counts. 

Longmeadow Social Distancing

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How to access departments and online services during town office building closure.

  1. Longmeadow Food Pantry
  2. Message from Wastewater Department
  3. Message from Water Department

The Longmeadow Food Pantry, located at the Adult Center, 231 Maple Road, Longmeadow, is open by appointment to all families in our community, regardless of age. If you would like to make an appointment please email

If you are interested in helping the Food Pantry, please consider making a monetary donation either online or using this form below:

If you would like to volunteer, please email @ with the following completed forms:

COVID-19 Coronavirus Information Links

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