On Monday, July 6th, Governor Baker’s Phase III, Step 1 of the Massachusetts Reopening Plan came into effect. This step in the plan includes the process by which organized sports and programs may be resumed in a limited manner.
Beginning Friday, June 12th - Parks, Athletic Fields, Dog Park and Skate Park will reopen with important guidelines and restrictions. Additionally, organized sports and programs are permitted to resume with important guidelines and restrictions.
Governor Baker released health and safety requirements that apply to the reopening of all child care programs, recreational camps and municipal or recreational programs not traditionally licensed as camps as part of the phased reopening
As of Monday, May 18th Governor Baker issued a 4-phased plan for the reopening of businesses, houses of worship, government and other organizations. The City of Malden will be closely following these orders and guidelines for our re-opening.
We are encouraging all businesses, houses of worship and other organizations to review the linked State resource guides to evaluate how they should establish a proper and compliant return to operations. If there are any questions, feel free to reach out...
Today, the Baker-Polito Administration extended the essential services emergency order to May 18th and launched a Reopening Advisory Board that will produce a plan to the Governor by May 18th.
The Administration also announced that the Department of Public Health’s Stay At Home Advisory remains in effect and gatherings of 10 or more people remain prohibited until May 18th.
The Baker-Polito Administration today announced new actions to support the ongoing COVID-19 response, including extending the closure of all public and private schools through the end of the school year.
Mayor Christenson gives update on COVID-19 and issues an Executive Order on the Collection of taxes, interest, penalties and fees.
Due to concerns over grocery stores in Malden being unable to maintain physical distancing between patrons, the Malden Health Department has ordered the following changes.
Stop & Shop99 Charles St7:30 AM – 8:00 PM 150 customers at a time with only 50 people allowed in line. 99 Asian Market60 Broadway8:30 to 8:30 PM 100 Customers at one time with only 50 people allowed in the line. Super 88188 Commercial St9AM...
Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced several updates related to the COVID-19 outbreak including extending the non-essential business emergency order and guidance for Executive Branch employees until May 4.
The Department of Public Health’s Stay-At-Home Advisory remains in effect. The Administration also updated the “COVID-19 Essential Services” categories for businesses and other organizations that provide essential services and workforces related to...
The following COVID-19 update was issued to Malden residents on Monday, March 30th, 2020 by Mayor Christenson.
Good afternoon, I’m Mayor Gary Christenson with an important update. As of today, March 30th, Malden has 59 confirmed COVID-19 cases. Our Health Department has been in contact with each affected resident and all isolation protocols are being followed. ...
Governor Charlie Baker, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Senate President Karen Spilka and House Speaker Robert DeLeo today announced an agreement to extend the 2019 state individual income tax filing and payment deadline from April 15 to July 15 due to th
Governor Baker extended the closure order for K-12 schools and non-emergency child care to May 4th.
Governor Charlie Baker issued an emergency order requiring all businesses and organizations that do not provide “COVID-19 Essential Services” to close their physical workplaces and facilities to workers, customers and the public as of 3/24/20 at 12PM
In an attempt to consolidate an increasing amount of new information that is developing on a daily basis, we will begin posting updates in this thread that pertain to Coronavirus.
We continue to take direction from our local Health Department and by extension from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH). We will continue to update residents as changes occur and we will attempt to keep updates focused on information...
On Wednesday, March 18th, 2020, Mayor Gary Christenson signed an order declaring a State of Emergency in the City of Malden in conjunction with the Malden Board Health’s declaration of a public health crisis.
The formal declaration enables the City to take decisive action in conjunction with its Board of Health to control the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). It also gives the City the ability to facilitate the use of resources to respond to the impacts of the...
Due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus, we have advised our Boards and Commissions to conduct meetings that are only required by law. For meetings that aren't canceled, we recommend that members of the public use their judgement.
Attending any public gathering can present a risk of either contracting or spreading COVID-19 and in accordance with the recommendations from the CDC and Mass DPH those who are at risk with preexisting medical conditions and/or are a member of a...