Town Hall is open to visitors though we require all visitors to wear masks when in the building.

COVID-19 is a historic epidemic requiring decisive action and hard changes.  Your town employees have worked creatively and steadily throughout the pandemic to ensure that Town services continued, whether support for older residents, summer camps at our Town parks, or plowing during winter storms.


The Centers for Disease Control, NYS Dept of Health, and Albany County Dept of Health have made it very clear that WE individually also have key roles to play. WE must wash our hands more often. WE must practice good coughing & sneezing etiquette. WE must stay home when we feel unwell. And WE must check on our vulnerable neighbors to make sure they’re well, and perhaps even help by going grocery shopping for them.

The COVID-19 outbreak in New York is serious.  We in Town government are taking it seriously.  We as individuals need to take it seriously as well, and each do our part to limit its spread and help our neighbors.



Because this is a health emergency, we are following the lead of the federal Centers for Disease Control, NYS Dept of Health, and the Albany County Dept of Health.  They are the experts on epidemics and the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), and they are the best sources of information for Bethlehem residents and businesses.