COVID-19 Information and Updates

  1. Updates
  2. Masks
  3. Resources
  4. Testing
  5. Translation
  6. Vaccine

Winooski City Council Lifts Indoor Mask Mandate Effective Immediately

During their meeting on Monday, 3.21.22, Winooski City Council lifted the city-wide, COVID-19 indoor mask mandate that was previously in place for locations open to the public. Please continue to follow recommendations and regulations as provided by the Vermont Department of Health

  • If your location currently uses a City of Winooski-issued 'Masks Required' sign, please remove it at this time. 
  • While masks are no longer required while indoors in spaces open to the public, the City of Winooski strongly recommends 6’ distancing whenever possible and full COVID-19 vaccination/booster shots. For information on vaccines and other COVID-19 guidance, please visit
  • Please respect the individual choices of people who may continue to wear a mask while in public. 
  • Masks will continue to be provided for those who want them at any municipal location open to the public, including Winooski City Hall, the Winooski Memorial Library, the Winooski Senior Center, and the Winooski Police Department (while supplies last). 
  • The City of Winooski will continue to work with the Vermont Department of Health and our community partners to monitor the status of COVID-19.

Questions regarding this update can be sent to Wendy Harrison, Interim City Manager: 802 655 6410 /

COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 vaccination clinics remain open for people ages 5 and up. Please visit to schedule your appointment or find the next available pop-up opportunity.

COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 testing is available at the O’Brien Community Center (32 Malletts Bay Ave). Register for any time listed below at (walk-ups are also welcome).

  • Mon, Wed, Fri: 3 PM - 8 PM
  • Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun: 9 AM - 2 PM