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4/8/2020 - COVID-19 Southbury Update

First Selectman Manville asks for help at the Transfer Station

The Town of Southbury is asking for your help and patience while the Transfer Station on Kettletown Road tries to protect the health and safety of the residents and workers. Due to congestion at times, traffic patterns will change in attempt to provide more space for both users and workers. Currently, Saturday and Tuesday are the peak days of the week seeing the most traffic. If some residents could modify their routines other than those days they might experience an easier and less congested process. Please maintain proper social distancing and thank you.

Drive-Through Covid-19 Testing Site in Southbury For Pre-Registered Patients Only on April 11

  • Patients must be medically evaluated by a PhysicianOne Urgent Care provider in advance via a Virtual Visit to receive a test on Saturday
  • Site open for one day
  • Individuals do not need to be patients of PhysicianOne Urgent Care to qualify for testing

Pomperaug Health District along with PhysicianOne Urgent Care announced that a drive-through COVID-19 testing site will be set up at PhysicianOne Urgent Care’s Southbury location, 900 Main Street, on Saturday, April 11, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Licensed PhysicianOne Urgent Care health care providers will test patients who have completed a medical evaluation prior to Saturday via a Virtual Visit. Patients do not need to be current patients of PhysicianOne Urgent Care but must complete a medical evaluation pre-screen by PhysicianOne Urgent Care staff in advance by going to and following the prompts for the Pomperaug Health District drive-through testing pre-screen. If assistance is required to set up the virtual visit medical evaluation, the PhysicianOne Urgent Care team is available by calling 855-349-2828.

To see the full press release, go to:

From the desk of Kevin Bielmeier
Economic Development Director

Dear Southbury Business Community:

The resilience of our community has been incredible. I have spoken to many of you, but I want to remind everyone that my office line is open and feel free to call me if you have questions about anything. I want to hear from you and understand your needs. My business cell is: 203-586-9782 or you may e-mail me at


  • THURSDAY, April 9th – 1-2pm: Governor Lamont is hosting a statewide conference call for employers at 1 pm Thursday, featuring officials from the U.S. Small Business Administration and the departments of Economic and Community Development, Banking, and Insurance. Call: 888-456-0356; Passcode: 2802806#
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  • THURSDAY, April 9th – at 2:30 p.m. Danbury Chamber of Commerce is holding a Business update conference call on tax, insurance and employment areas impacted by COVID-19. Submit your questions in advance by 8:00 p.m. Wednesday night, April 8th to Register here.

For further information for the business community:

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