Covid 19

City's Response to COVID-19

Track the latest numbers for Chittenden County

Visit the City's COVID-19 dashboard to look at the latest data for Chittenden County and Vermont, including active cases, new cases by day, testing by day, and other key metrics.

Have questions or need help? Contact the City's COVID-19 Resource & Recovery Center (RRC)

On March 23, the City established the COVID-19 Resource & Recovery Center (RRC) in order to provide relief to the economic disruption of COVID-19. The RRC offers a repository of resources and information, and also can provide one-on-one consults for people looking to access unemployment benefits, renters worried about housing security, business owners seeking information about federal assistance, people experiencing homelessness who need shelter, and more. As of October 30, the RRC has responded to more than 1,800 requests from Burlingtonians.


City Initiatives in Response to COVID-19

Learn more about City initiatives in response to COVID-19, including:

  • BTV Community Mask Initiative: The City launched a community effort in March to produce and distribute free, high-quality face coverings  to any Burlingtonian who wants one, and has produced and distributed more than 20,000 free masks.
  • Plant for the People: Through Plant for the People, the City is helping Burlingtonians supplement their gardens and collecting surplus produce from backyard harvests to donate to Feeding Chittenden in order to help meet the food shelf's increased demand.
  • City of Burlington Supportive Quarantine Program: The City is helping people who need to quarantine do so safely and successfully.
  • Food Relief Program: The City's Food Relief Program supplements outstanding programs that are seeing surges in demand, and partners with local restaurants to produce and distribute meals every week to local non-profits.
  • BTV Counts Census 2020: It's more important than ever to be counted!