SAUGUS — Chief Michael Ricciardelli reports that the Saugus public safety building will reopen to the public Saturday.
On Saturday, May 29, members of the public will be permitted to enter the public safety building, which has been closed since last spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Out of an abundance of caution, visitors to the building are asked to wear a mask while inside.
“We are looking forward to welcoming our community back inside the public safety building,” Chief Ricciardelli said. “We ask that residents be mindful of the fact that the pandemic has not truly come to an end yet, which is why we ask that all visitors continue to wear masks for the time being.”
Saugus residents who have not already done so are urged to look into getting vaccinated. There is no charge to get vaccinated, and doses can be found locally by visiting vaxfinder.mass.gov.