Welcome to the City of Shelton, Connecticut

Located in Fairfield County

Welcome to the City of Shelton, Connecticut

Located in Fairfield County

Welcome to the City of Shelton, Connecticut

Located in Fairfield County

Welcome to the City of Shelton, Connecticut

Located in Fairfield County

Riverwalk/Canal Street

Welcome to the City of Shelton, Connecticut

Located in Fairfield County

Shelton Farmers’ Market

Welcome to the City of Shelton, Connecticut

Located in Fairfield County

Shelton Department of Public Works

Office of the Mayor

Our website provides valuable information about our City and its departments which assists in better serving our citizens, businesses and visitors. Thank you for visiting our website to learn more about Shelton and what our City has to offer.

Mark A. Lauretti, Mayor

IMPORTANT UPDATE
1-6-2022 @ 9:45AM

The City of Shelton will be distributing COVID-19 at-home rapid tests and masks. The purpose of this distribution is to provide test kits to be used to reduce the spread of the Omicron virus and to supplement existing testing. The primary focus is for residents who have a known exposure or are symptomatic and are unable to find another test.  

The City of Shelton is getting approximately 2,000 tests and they will be given out on a first come first serve basis.  Each vehicle will receive two test kits and four masks. You must be a Shelton resident and identification is required to receive a test.

The distribution will take place on Sunday, January 9, 2022 at 9:00 AM at Shelton High School.  Entrance to the high school will only be from North Constitution Blvd.  The high school Meadow Street entrance will be closed to all vehicular traffic.

 

 

 

 

New York Times Article on Shelton March 17, 2021

 

CLICK HERE for more information and announcements from Mayor Mark Lauretti

 

 

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📣📣 UPDATE: 1-8-22The following message is from the Shelton Office of Emergency Management:*Due to the change in the weather forecast the distribution time has been changed to 11:00am*The City of Shelton has received an additional 2,000 Covid-19 at-home test kits from the state along with N95 masks. Distribution of the kits and the masks will take place Sunday, January 9 at 11:00am at Shelton High School. You must be a Shelton resident and identification is required to receive a test kit and mask. Drivers should wear a mask when receiving the kit.Entrance to the high school will only be from North Constitution Blvd. Access to the line on North Constitution Blvd is from Shelton Ave only. The high school Meadow St entrance will be closed to all vehicular traffic.The purpose of this distribution is to provide test kits to be used this week to reduce the spread of the Omicron virus and to supplement existing testing. The primary focus is for residents who have a known exposure or are symptomatic and are unable to find another test. ... See MoreSee Less
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Friday, January 7th, City Hall and the Community Center will have a delayed opening for 12:00 p.m. The Senior Center and libraries are closed. ... See MoreSee Less
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