From the Town of Brookline:

The Town of Brookline has set up a website to get regular COVID-19 updates at

  • Town Hall and other town facilities — except parks — are closed to the public until further notice. Residents should visit to learn how they can conduct much of their transactions and business with the town online, as well as find the contact information for the departments they need to work with.
  • All non-essential board and committee meetings are canceled through April 30.
  • Public Schools of Brookline are closed through at least Monday, April 6. All after-school activities and school-sponsored events are canceled until further notice.
  • Town playgrounds are closed until further notice.
  • Council on Aging activities are canceled through at least March 27.
  • The senior center is closed through at least March 27.
  • Recreation activities are canceled through at least March 27.
  • The Brookline Public Library is closed through at least April 6.
  • All restaurants and eateries in Brookline are prohibited from serving dine-in customers until further notice. Restaurants have the option to provide takeout or delivery service.
  • Construction projects throughout town are temporarily suspended.

From Brookline Interactive Group

A recording of yesterday’s Selectmen meeting:

From Brookline Planning

The Small Business Development Committee will host a Virtual Town Hall Meeting for Brookline’s Small Business Community on Thursday, March 19, 2020, from 9-10 AM via Zoom remote videoconferencing. Agenda here.

From State Rep. Tommy Vitolo