The Nantucket Board of Health rescinded Emergency Orders No. 1, No. 2, No. 5, No. 6, No. 7, No. 8 and No. 9 at its May 21, 2020 meeting. Emergency Order
s No. 3 was rescinded by the Board of Health with the adoption of Emergency Order No. 12 at its June 29, 2020 meeting.
The Board of Health voted to allow all construction to move forward in accordance with the order issued by the Governor, with the exception that only 7 workers (including a COVID-10 Officer) may be on a site at any time. 7 workers TOTAL includes construction AND landscaping workers. An increase up to 10 workers may be approved by the Building Commissioner. An application can be found on the PLUS home page. It’s up to the COVID-19 Officer to manage the number of workers at any given time. COVID-19 construction guidelines remain in effect, although a new local version that is more consistent with the state is being finalized and should be available early next week if not later today.
Any permit applications that have been submitted to PLUS and approved are eligible for pick-up. We are also accepting and issuing new permits. Although our office remains closed to the public, we have a drop off and pick up system out front that seems to be working well. Please call 508-325-7587 to arrange to meet a staff person out front if needed.
For additional information on restrictions and guidelines on essential and non-essential services please refer to the Governor’s State of Emergency Orders.
EMERGENCY ORDER No. 4: Extension of Recreational Shellfish Licenses
Summary: It is Ordered by the Nantucket Select Board that all recreational shellfish licenses are extended until the State of Emergency is lifted and regular license sales resume. All 2020 licenses already sold are considered valid.
EMERGENCY ORDER No. 11
Summary: Nantucket Select Board and Nantucket Board of Health Order regarding outdoor dining at local restaurants effective Monday, Jun 8, 2020.
EMERGENCY ORDER No. 12
Summary. On June 29, 2020 the Nantucket Board of Health issued an updated order requiring residents and visitors to wear a face covering over their mouths and noses when in public and within six feet of another person when within the bounds of the Nantucket Siasconset Historic Districts.