The Marion Town House is once again opened to the public. Hours of operation are 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, Monday –Thursday, and 8:00 am – 3:30pm on Friday.
Masks are required to enter the building, and contact tracing information will be collected. Masks will be available in each department if a member of the public is in need of one. Members of the public, as well as employees, must remain 6 feet apart both inside and outside of the workplace. Social distancing will be enforced. The Reopening Standards can be viewed on the website.
The two entrances on the library side of the building (on the ramp) will be open, as will the back entrance on the Main Street side of the building (staircase near the parking lot). The front two entrances remain closed due to the work being conducted at the front of the building.
Please note the new location of two offices: The Harbormaster/Conservation Commission Office and the Assessors’ Office.
The Harbormaster/Conservation Commission Office is now located in the former Town Administrator’s Office. The best entrance to use is the second door located on the ramp on the library side of the building. All stickers, shellfish licenses, and guest passes will now be issued at this new location. The Harbormaster/Conservation Commission Office will be closed for lunch daily 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm. Sticker requests, Conservation Commission submissions, and harbor invoice payments can continue to be done by mail.
The Assessors’ Office is now located in the rear of the building (in the former Harbormaster/Conservation Commission Office). The nearest entrance is the staircase on the Main Street side of the building next to the parking lot. The ramp entrance can also be used, and the Assessors’ Office can be accessed by going through the Conference Room.
Any questions, please contact the appropriate department. Thank you for your patience during these unprecedented times.