The most recent COVID-19 Order No. 45 given on July 24th and updated on August 29th stipulates the following:
The new executive order regarding travel to Massachusetts mandates that all visitors including returning residents, who do not meet an exemption, are mandated to do the following:
1. Complete the Massachusetts Travel form prior to arrival, unless you are visiting from a lower-risk state designated by the Department of Public Health.
2. Quarantine for 14 days or produce a negative COVID-19 test result that has been administered up to 72-hours prior to arrival in Massachusetts.
If you are coming from any of the following lower-risk states, you are NOT mandated to do either of the above:
Visit Chatham COVID-19 Statement and Information and you will find the latest information from the Town of Chatham relating to COVID-19 (coronavirus).
You will find information about the beaches here and purchase beach parking permits here. The Town of Chatham's Board of Selectman and Parks & Recreation Commission will meet to design a plan that accommodates the COVID requirements at all of our parks and beaches - the beaches currently remain open and there is no plan to close them providing that beach goers follow the guidelines mentioned above.
Events that have been canceled to date include: Cape Cod Baseball League season, Chatham's 4th of July parade and fireworks (new this year), and the Friday evening Band Concerts in Kate Gould Park. Many business owners in town are actively working to devise creative ways to experience Chatham this summer, which means that this could be the start of some new Chatham traditions!
You can expect to receive multiple updates from us over the next few weeks as we receive updates from the state & town, as well as when your arrival date nears. We sincerely hope that all of you are healthy and looking forward to relaxing in different surroundings. We have been creative with cancelling or restructuring leases these past few months and your flexibility and prompt responses have been enormously helpful. Thank you for your patience.
Click here for more information on the Baker-Polito Administration’s comprehensive plan to safely reopen the Massachusetts economy, get people back to work, and ease social restrictions while minimizing the health impacts of COVID-19. View Governor Baker's May 18th Reopening Massachusetts Powerpoint Presentation
Given the unique and rapidly changing nature of this situation, we are handling each of your upcoming reservations individually. It is important to us that everyone gets the personal assistance they need. If you have a reservation scheduled to arrive: