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Help for you, your family, your business and your employees Woodstock COVID-19 Resource Updates

This page will serve as in informational resource  to help you, your family, your business and your employees.

We will be updating this page continuously following information received  from our legislators, Chamber and the Woodstock Economic Development Commission..

Information below includes (click each to move directly to the corresponding section):

If you or a family member are quarantined, please contact Woodstock Emergency Management for help with food, water, medications, and financial assistance at (802) 457-7516.
Are you well and want to help? Email with your name, contact, and offer of service (driving, food donations, shopping, etc).


Health Resources

  • In an effort to protect residents and visitors and to reduce the possibility of COVID-19 spread, the Woodstock Village Trustees issue the following COVID-19 Emergency Ordinance to require wearing a face mask or a face shield:
    • Commencing July 9th, 2020, municipal buildings and all establishments located in the Village of Woodstock that invite the public into their premises for the purpose of receiving services, purchasing products, or otherwise transacting business, shall require both staff and customers (or visitors) to wear face coverings or face shields over their nose and mouth while inside the establishment.
    • Outdoor requirements: A face mask or a face shield is required to be worn by any person on any Village owned public outdoor location in the Village including but not limited to Village sidewalks, The Village Green, Vail Field (excluding active sports activity), East End Park, Teagle’s Landing and Tribou Park.
    • Exceptions: Face coverings or face shields are not required inside dining establishments once seating or dining has commenced or outside dining on sidewalks or village parks; while engaging in athletic activities such as running or bicycle riding; should not be placed on young children 2 years old and younger; on anyone who has trouble breathing; or on anyone who is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance. Municipal employees engaged in strenuous physical activity are also excluded. Federal, state, and county properties that are within the village that are excluded by law may be excluded from the ordinance.

  • For all current orders from Governor Scott for individuals and businesses (from Stay Home, Stay Safe, to Call to Service, and the State of Emergency declaration), click here.
  • Woodstock Emergency Operations Committee FAQ: Concerned about coronavirus? Unsure of who to call if you have questions? Don’t worry, Woodstock’s Emergency Operations Committee has a plan for keeping you and your family both safe and informed. Click here for the answers to your most pressing questions.
  • Department of Health Resources: For daily Department of Health updates including the number of individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19:
  • How to fill and retrieve prescriptions from Woodstock Pharmacy:
    • Call (802) 457-1306
    • Someone will be available to answer your calls Monday through Saturday from 9 AM-5 PM, but you won't be able to enter the store to check on a prescription.
    • Please call in your refill prescription, or have your doctor send or call in a new prescription, and pay by phone. A pickup time will be provided. Call or knock on the door upon arrival.
    • Please minimize cash and check payments. Leave your credit card on file for faster service.

Business, Employment, and Financial Resources

Local Financial Assistance and Grants:

Resources for Older Community Members

The Thompson is your local resource for aging well at home.  Home-delivered meals and drive-by pick-up meals for people age 65 and older (menu online) are available by calling (802) 457-3277. Medical equipment is available for pick-up or delivery, and the Aging at Home Helpline is available for assistance or referral to vetted service providers. 

See Meal Programs and Delivery Services section below for more resources.

Assistance for Dairy Farmers

NOFA Vermont is seeking volunteers who are capable of leading milkings if dairy farmers become sick. Email Bill Cavanaugh,, with your contact information, relevant experience on farms, location and availability.

Resources for Artists

Resources for Former Foster Youth

If you are a former foster youth in college and living on campus, please reach out to your local Youth Development Program (YDP) Coordinator. YDP can help you:

  • Access funding to live independently or with an approved, caring adult.
  • Navigate community housing resources and other services.
  • Contact your college to advocate for either staying on campus or identifying other options for housing

Housing and Homelessness Guidance

Click here for the latest updates from the Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition.

Resources for Education

Meal Programs & Delivery Services

Meal programs:

Grocery delivery services:

Healthy and want to help?