Coronavirus Information

Small Business Administration Restaurant Revitalization Fund

Registration for the Small Business Administration Restaurant Revitalization Fund is open.  The application for funds starts on Monday, May 3rd.  Priority is given to minority & veteran owned businesses in the first 21 days.  After 21 days it is open to all eligible on a first come, first served basis. 

Register Here:

SBA Information on RRF:

Sample Application Form:

COVID Webinar

The November 15, 2021 recording is available. Please click here to access the recording

The September 9, 2021 webinar is available.  Please click here to access the recording 

The June 16 webinar recording is available.  Please click here to access the recording.

Attorney General Maura Healy's Press Release Advising Tenants of their Rights During the Pandemic

Please follow link here for the Attorney General's Press Release advising to inform tenants of their rights during the COVID 19 Pandemic.

Meals Available for Adult Individuals Living with a Disability

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MetroWest Aging and Disability Consortium partners now offer home delivered meals to individuals over age 18, living with a disability in the community. For Eligibility Information Contact an Aging and Disability Resource Consortium Partner BayPath Elder Services 508-573-7200. HESSCO 781-784-4944, or MetroWest Center for Independent Living 508-875-7853. Meals provided at no charge. Meals delivered to your home Monday through Friday. Funding for this service provided by the U.S. Administration for Community Living through COVID-19 response grant

Governor Baker’s Reopening Plan

On May 18 Governor Baker released a report providing some detail about how businesses and other entities in Massachusetts will be allowed to reopen in the coming weeks and months.  Residents and Businesses are encouraged to visit the following webpage with links to the various State provided reopening standards and guidelines - Reopening Massachusetts.

School and Town Notices

Resources to help answer common questions related to the COVID-19 outbreak

Here are links to some questions and answers regarding COVID-19

If your question is not addressed here, please submit it below. 

Submit a COVID-19 question

Do you have a question about COVID-19.  Click the image below to access the form or send an e-mail to 

COVID question link

COVID-19 Information Flyers with Tips and FAQ’s from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health in various languages:

English            Spanish          Chinese          Portuguese          Haitian-Creole          Vietnamese

Additional Links

Massachusetts Nursing Home Family Resource Line

The Executive Office of Health and Human Services is pleased to announce the launch of the Nursing Home Family Resource Line – a dedicated phone line to connect family members of nursing home and rest home residents with the information and resources they need. This new phone line provides one central contact for families and community members who have questions about the nursing home or rest home care their loved one is receiving during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Nursing Home Family Resource Line is staffed from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, seven days a week. Staff will field questions on a range of topics and coordinate across state agencies to help provide answers.

Massachusetts Nursing Home Family Resource Line: 617-660-5399
Open Every Day - 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

COA Outreach

If there is someone in Canton that you are worried about, because they fall into any of these categories:

  • Lives alone
  • Lack access to resources due to financial constraints
  • Do not have a support system
  • Do not have transportation

Please contact Robin Tobin, Outreach Worker or Diane Tynan, Director at 781-828-1323 or email  Please know that all Town Departments, The Canton Food Pantry, HESSCO Elder Services and volunteers are working together during these trying times