• Town of Brewster
    Town of Brewster Official Town Government Website
  • Town of Brewster
    Town of Brewster Official Town Government Website
  • Town of Brewster
    Town of Brewster Official Town Government Website
  • Town of Brewster
    Town of Brewster Official Town Government Website

Please click here to access the latest Town of Brewster updates on the Coronavirus

Brewster Current Cases: 104 (87 in long-term care facilities)
Please note - # of cases may differ from state or county totals based on data collection methods. Long term care facility data reported to the state database includes all residents and staff tested at the facility. Brewster totals only include residents and staff that reside in Brewster.

Updated Guidance to Cape Cod & Islands Seasonal Community

Information for Members of Cape Cod & the Island’s Seasonal Community:

Updated as of June 9, 2020 -Effective through the end of Phase 2 of Governor Baker’s Phased Plan to Reopen Massachusetts.

Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, and the Elizabeth Islands appreciate, welcome, and depend on you, our visitors, seasonal residents, non-resident homeowners, and seasonal workforce. On June 8, 2020, Massachusetts entered the first part of Phase 2 of opening businesses and organizations.

Cape Cod and the Islands are now welcoming visitors with some restrictions:

  • Accommodations of all types (including short term rental of homes, condos, and cottages)
  • Outdoor seated dining and take out
  • Retail shops
  • Outdoor historic and recreational activities

Please check with your host or local business for specific opening dates and available amenities.

We care about your health and ours, thus all enterprises must certify participation in the Commonwealth’s Mandatory Safety Standards. Please be patient and follow health advisories as we all try to adjust to this “new normal”.

We have been successful in limiting the extent of the spread of COVID-19 in our communities by implementing early and vigilant social distancing measures per the guidance of public health officials. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health warns that all of Massachusetts remains vulnerable to new cases due to the highly contagious and insidious nature of this disease.

We all must do our part to remain safe and healthy by following the common sense precautionary measures outlined by public health officials:

We appreciate your support of our local economy.

With your help, and all of us working together, Cape Cod and the Islands will recover from this virus and these challenging economic times. We look forward to welcoming you back. Thank you for supporting this place that we all love by respecting this guidance.


Bill Keating
U.S. Representative
9th Congressional District

William L. Crocker, Jr.
State Representative
2nd Barnstable District

Randy Hunt
State Representative
5th Barnstable District

Julian Cyr
State Senator
Cape and Islands District

David T. Vieira
State Representative
3rd Barnstable District

Dylan A. Fernandes
State Representative
Barnstable, Dukes, and Nantucket District

Timothy R. Whelan
State Representative
1st Barnstable District

Sarah K. Peake
State Representative
4th Barnstable District