Town of Hampton
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* PUBLIC NOTICE - COVID-19*
New Brunswick Online Self-Assessment available by clicking here.
Chief Medical Officer of Health (Public Health): Double Click Here for the link to the Government of New Brunswick's Coronavirus Information Page which includes links to the most up-to-date: state of emergency information, news conferences, news releases and public health information.
Provincial Information Line And Email: These are set up to help answer non-health related questions, including questions about compliance with the state of emergency. The telephone number, 1-844-462-8387, is operational seven days a week from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Concerns about workplace safety should be directed to WorkSafeNB.
Town of Hampton Update :
All playgrounds, basketball courts and the skateboard park are closed until further notice. Please respect this closure for the safety of all our residents. We encourage all residents to get fresh air but not in groups outside your immediate household.
The Hampton Blue Bins site located on William Bell Drive is closed until further notice. Crane Mountain is ceasing operations at their Material Recycling Facility (MRF) to process residential recycling material at this time in order to protect their employees. We ask residents to store recycling where possible as we cannot increase the amount of garbage we take beyond what fits in your black garbage container with the lid closed. Any recycling that can fit in your regular garbage can certainly be placed in your black garbage bin. Please bag it appropriately. This is for the safety of our employees. Garbage and compost collection will continue as scheduled. We thank you for your cooperation and understanding in these extraordinary times.
The Town Hall and Leisure Services Office are closed to the public. Essential staff will be onsite, and other members will be working from home. The Hampton Rink and Lighthouse River Centre are closed. Despite being closed to the public, we are doing our best to provide other options for your safety and ours.
Hampton EMO update (March 25th): Hampton EMO is continuing to monitor the situation. Participating in Public Health South region teleconference with Dr. Kim Barker. For a complete list of Hampton EMO updates click here.