Guide to Community Information
This line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You
may leave your non-emergency message,
question or concern and someone from Information Services
will return your call within 24 hours.
call back line - 860-285-1805
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American Association of
Retired Persons meets the first Tuesday of the month
except during July, August and November at the L.P. Wilson Community Center.
For additional information, contact Senior Services at
Prior to elections and referenda, absentee ballots are
available to qualified registered voters at the Town
Clerk’s Office. An application for an absentee ballot
will be mailed to you upon request. Please call 860-285-1902.
Reports - Automobile
Most insurance companies
contact the Police Department directly to request motor
vehicle accident reports on personal injury or damage
claims exceeding $1,000. Copies of the report can be
obtained at the Public Safety Complex, 340 Bloomfield
Avenue, at the cost of $0.50 per copied page. Each incident is given a case number at the scene. Please ask for the report
by the case number or by the date and location of the accident.
For additional information, please call 860-688-5273.
The Adult Education program
serves the educational needs of adult residents sixteen
years of age or older through a variety of evening
programs offered each spring and fall at Windsor High
School. They include high school completion, adult
basic literacy, English language and citizenship
instruction as well as general interest courses in the
areas of arts & crafts, computers, dance, health &
fitness, home & garden, languages, literature & writing,
money management and personal growth and recreation.
High school completion, adult basic literacy and English
language instruction are available during the day at the
L.P. Wilson Community Center. Free child care is
also available during the morning classes. For further information, call
Experiment Station (State of CT)
Located at 153 Cook Hill Road,
this agency will answer questions related to agriculture
or home gardening. In addition, they will diagnose plant
and soil problems, identify insects and test ticks for
Lyme disease. Their services are provided to Windsor
residents free of charge. For additional information,
please call 860-683-4977.
Guns, Air Rifles, Bow and Arrow
Regulated by Chapter 12 of the
Windsor Town Ordinance. Contact the Police Department for further
information at 860-688-5273.
The Windsor Volunteer
Ambulance Inc. is located at the Safety Complex, 340
Bloomfield Avenue. Please call 9-1-1 for emergencies. For
general information, please call 860-688-8244.
The Town Animal Control Officer is located at the Safety Complex,
Bloomfield Avenue. For information, please call
· If you need assistance
with the removal of a dead animal from a town roadway,
860-285-1855 weekdays from 7:00 a.m.
to 3:00 p.m. or on a state
roadway, please call
· If you need assistance
evenings and/or weekends, please call the Police
Department at their
non-emergency number at 860-688-5273.
· For assistance with
removal of a wild animal from your house or yard, contact
Game Warden at 860-424-3011.
of Property Assessment and Real Property Taxes
The Board of Assessment Appeals, which is composed of
three private citizens, meets twice a year to hear appeals
for those disputing their assessments. The September
meeting is usually held on a Saturday and is exclusively
for motor vehicles. The March meetings are
determined annually by the number of individuals who wish
to appeal and are open for any type of property appeal,
real estate, motor vehicle and personal property.
For the March meetings, pursuant to Connecticut General
Statutes, applications to meet before the Board
must be filed with the Town Assessor starting on
February 1st and filed no later than February 20th.
Failure to comply with this requirement constitutes a
waiver to meet with the Board for that year. For
more information call 860-285-1817 or visit
If you have concerns about asbestos in a product or home,
please contact Windsor’s Health and Environment team at
The State of Connecticut requires
emissions inspections of automobiles and trucks.
For locations of inspection stations or additional information, please call 1-888-828-8399 or
visit the website at
Guidelines and a temporary food permit for non-profit
groups conducting bake sales may be obtained from the
Health Department. For additional information,
please call 860-285-1823.
For information regarding recreational basketball leagues
for children and adults, please call Recreation at
860-285-1990 or visit the town website at
Beekeepers must register all beehives with the Connecticut
State Entomologist. If a homeowner is having a problem
with bees, they may call Bob McAllister at 860-688-5555.
Birth certificates are available in the Town Clerk’s
Office in the town where the birth occurred, the town
where the mother was residing at the time of the birth,
or at the Connecticut State Health Department, Vital
Statistics Unit. Certified copies are $20 each.
Birth certificates may also be issued in a "wallet size."
The fee for this size is $15. For additional information, please call
Board of Education (phone list
at the end of the A to Z Guide )
The administrative offices of the Board of Education are
located at 601 Matianuck Avenue. Phone 860-687-2000 / Fax
860-687-2009. The Board of Education consists of nine
members who serve two-year terms. The Board sets policy
for the public schools and meets the third Tuesday of most
months. A current list of Board of Education members is available at
the Superintendent's office at 860-687-2000, ext. 236 or
from Information Services at 860-285-1902. The Board of
Education's website is
Boards and Commissions
Windsor has approximately 24 Boards and Commissions. Most
members are appointed by the Town Council, as recommended
by the Republican or Democratic Town Committees. To
find a description, duties and additional information on
each board/commission, please click on
and click on the Boards and Commissions link found on the
right hand side of
Agendas are posted on the public bulletin board outside of the
Council Chambers at the Town Hall, at the offices of the affiliated
agency and on the town website. Information regarding scheduled
meeting dates can be obtained from the Town Clerk's office at
For information on recycling bottles, glass, cans,
cardboard and paper products, please call the landfill at
860-285-1833 or visit the website at
Budget -- Town and School
A hard copy of the budget for viewing is available at the Windsor Public Libraries,
the Town Manager’s Office and the Town Clerk’s Office in the
The Town’s fiscal year runs from July 1 through June 30.
In December or early January, the Town Council sets the
budget calendar for the upcoming year. This calendar
lists dates when public input is received, as well as a
schedule of budget sessions. All Town Council meetings
on the budget are open to the public. The schedule is
posted on the bulletin board outside Council Chambers.
Windsor’s building Inspector can be reached at 860-285-1960. A
building permit is a legal document required by State
Statute for changes made to real estate. An
application must be filed before beginning construction.
Instructions regarding how to obtain a permit can be
viewed online at
The Connecticut Transit District services Windsor.
Bus schedules are available by calling the Transit
District at 860-525-9181, 860-522-8101 or by going online at
For the hearing impaired, please call 860-727-8196. Bus schedules
are available inside the Windsor Chamber
of Commerce office.
Windsor Sextons return burial and disinterment permits to
the Town Clerk’s Office, where a database of
information is maintained. For additional information,
please call Information Services at 860-285-1902.
In compliance with State Statutes, any Windsor business
that is not incorporated or named after the owner must
register with the Town Clerk’s Office. A trade name
certificate must be signed by the principal person or
persons and must be notarized. The filing fee is $5 per
one page document. New businesses should check with
the Planning & Zoning department at 860-285-1980 to avoid future zoning
issues. Please call the Town Clerk's Office at 860-285-1902 if
you have any questions.
Windsor is served by Comcast at 1-866-200-6680 or
www.Comcast.com. Channel 5, WIN-TV (the public access channel),
and Channel 95 (education/how-to-channel) are operated
from the L.P. Wilson Community
Center, 599 Matianuck Avenue. For more information
about WIN-TV, call 860-688-2626 or go to the website at
www.win-tv.org. Channel 96, WG-TV (Windsor
Government Television), is operated from the Town Hall.
For more information about WG-TV, call 860-285-1838.
Before digging a hole or excavating on private or public
property, call for the location of underground utilities
Located at 330 Windsor Avenue, the Caring Connection is a long-term community
health center for elders, disabled adults and
respite care for caregivers. Hours are Monday
through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A
professional staff provides health monitoring, medication
management, family counseling and resource information,
therapeutic recreation, a nutritious noontime meal and two
snacks and door-to-door transportation. For
additional information regarding this service, call
860-547-0251 or 860-882-1485, fax 860-547-0254 or visit the website at
Cemeteries in Windsor
Elm Grove Cemetery, Poquonock Avenue - 860-688-3228
Mt. St. Benedict, West Wolcott Road - 860-242-0738
Northwood Cemetery, Matianuck Avenue - 860-722-6519
Palisado Cemetery, Palisado Avenue - 860-688-2200
Riverside Cemetery, East Street - 860-688-2200
Veterans Cemetery, East Street - 860-688-2200
St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Poquonock Avenue - 860-683-0366
Tikvoh Chadoshoh, Clubhouse Road - 860-688-9989
Ye Olde Poquonock Burial Grounds, Marshall Phelps Road -
The State of Connecticut’s census data and other sources
of current census data are available by contacting the
reference desk of the Windsor Library at 860-285-1918 or
Planning Department at 860-285-1980.
Certificate of Occupancy
A Certificate of Occupancy, sometimes referred to
as a "C.O." is the final step in executing a building
permit. A certificate of occupancy is issued after the
final inspection. No new structure may be used and no
addition or building may be occupied until a "C.O." is
issued. A Certificate of Approval is issued after
inspections for all other building permits such as
electrical or mechanical permits are obtained. For additional information, please call
or visit the website at
Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber is located at 261 Broad Street (across from
the Post Office). Information regarding the Chamber,
programs and membership is available by calling 860-688-5165.
Additional information can be found on their website
Civic Organization List
A list of Civic organizations is available at the Town
Clerk’s Office or Town Manager's Office. For more
information, please call 860-285-1902 or 860-285-1800.
Civil Preparedness (Emergency
A state mandated local volunteer organization whose
mission is to maximize the survival of people, prevent
and/or minimize injuries, and preserve property and
resources by responding to natural, technical or man-made
disasters. To learn about volunteering, contact Dr.
Charles Petrillo at 860-285-1823.
The L.P. Wilson Community Center is located at 599 Matianuck
Avenue. The office hours are Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m., and Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Meeting
rooms are available and performing arts, ceramics and senior citizen
programs are held at the facility. For more information,
The Community Center at 330 Windsor Avenue is home to the PAL (Police
Athletic League) and other Recreation programs. Hours are
Monday through Friday from 3:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. For more
information, call 860-285-1990.
Commuter Parking Lots
Bloomfield Avenue & I-91 - Exit
Poquonock Avenue & I-91 - Exit 38
Archer Road & I-91 - Exit 39
Putnam Highway across from Columbia
Road - Exit 35
Windsor Avenue at Faneuil Street - Exit
Windsor Center at Mechanic Street -
Complaints regarding roadways, streets, sink holes,
drainage problems, snowplowing, mailbox damage and lawn
damage due to snowplowing, street light repairs, median
maintenance, parks maintenance (picnic tables, litter,
property damage, benches, bleachers) and other
miscellaneous items, please contact the Public Works
Department at 860-285-1855. Once the complaint is
received by Public Works, it will then be added into our
system (CRS) which logs all citizen complaints in order of
date received and assigns these projects to various
personnel within this department. Please keep in
mind that some repairs/maintenance cannot be made until
the weather permits us to do so. For instance, if a
snow plow has damaged your lawn in the process of snow
plowing, it will be repaired as soon as the weather
permits. Most of these types of repairs are
scheduled during the Spring months.
The Health and Environment team handles all complaints
related to food illness, communicable or infectious
diseases and environmental issues. Please call 860-285-1823.
For school-related complaints, please contact the
Superintendent of Schools at 860-687-2000, ext. 236, or
refer to the listing at the end of the A to Z Guide for
department phone numbers.
Contact the Town Manager’s Office at 860-285-1800 for any unresolved
complaints involving town services or town property or you
can lodge a complaint via email at
Free compost is available for residents at the
Windsor/Bloomfield Landfill. For information and
availability call 860-285-1833.
Concerts on the Green
Weekly summer concerts are held on the Town Green on
Thursday evenings from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. For additional
information, call the Windsor Chamber of Commerce at 860-688-5165 or visit
www.windsorcc.org. In the event of bad weather,
concerts are usually rescheduled to the following Tuesday.
Greater Windsor Probate Court,
1540 Sullivan Avenue, South Windsor - 860-644-2511 ext.
Superior Court in
Hartford, 90 Washington Street - 860-706-5300
Superior Court in
Enfield, 111 Phoenix Avenue - 860-741-3727
Federal Court in
Hartford, 450 Main Street - 860-240-3200
Day Care Center
Windsor Discovery Center is a nationally accredited child
care program operated by the Town of Windsor since 1980
serving children ages six weeks through 12 years.
It is housed in the Milo W. Peck Child Development Center located
at 114 Palisado Avenue. This Center is also home to Windsor’s
Montessori School and the Windsor Parent Center. For information, please call
860-285-1400 or visit their website at
These programs are accredited by the National Association
for the Education of Young Children.
Day Care Centers information line:
211 or 800-505-1000
Windsor sextons submit burial and disinterment permits to
the Town Clerk's Office where a database of information is
maintained. For additional information, please call
Information Services at 860-285-1902.
Department of Transportation
(State of Connecticut)
State roads are plowed and maintained by the State of
Connecticut’s D.O.T. State roads in Windsor are:
Route 75 (Poquonock Avenue)
Route 305 (Bloomfield Avenue)
Route 159 (Windsor Avenue,
Broad Street and Palisado Avenue)
Route 178 (Park Avenue)
Route 218 (Cottage Grove Road)
Route 187 (Blue Hills Avenue
To reach their maintenance garage in Windsor,
please call 688-4848.
Windsor’s Dial-a-Ride provides transportation for
senior citizens 60 years and older and adults receiving
social security disability benefits who are without
other means of daytime transportation. The service
provides Windsor residents with in-town transportation to
medical appointments, grocery shopping, banking, senior
activities, beauty/barber appointments, the library, etc.
Transportation is available Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM. to
4:00 PM. Reservations must be made by 12:00 noon at least two days
prior to your transport date. To reserve a ride, please
dial 860-285-1846 and leave your name, address, telephone
number, destination and the time of your appointment
including how long you expect to be there. Your message will be
recorded. The bus driver will call you the morning of your
ride to advise you of your pickup time. If you have
not received your confirmation call the morning of your
ride or to cancel your ride, please call 860-285-1996 as
soon as possible.
Dial-a-Ride for Out-of-Town
Windsor's Dial-a-Ride service also provides
transportation to out-of-town appointments.
Rides are available Monday through Friday from 9:00
AM to 3:30 PM to
surrounding towns (see list below). Wheelchair
transportation can be accommodated on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Thursdays to the towns of Bloomfield, West Hartford and Hartford.
Please call 860-285-1992 at least seven days in advance of
your scheduled appointment. Please let us know if you will
be using a wheelchair, guide dog or other assistance.
If you have not received your confirmation call or to
cancel your ride, please call 860-285-1992 as soon as
possible. We also transport patrons to the following
surrounding towns: East Hartford, Enfield,
Farmington, Newington, West Hartford and Windsor Locks.
Town Hall (See end of document)
Case management services and
eligibility screening are
available for adults with disabilities. For additional
information, please call Social Services at 860-285-1839.
Every dog over 6 months of age
must be licensed annually. The license is valid from July
through the following June and can be obtained at the Town
Clerk's Office. Proof of a valid rabies shot must be
provided before a license can be issued. With proof of
spaying or neutering, a license will cost $8 and an
unaltered dog will cost $19. Please call 860-285-1902 or
go online to
for more information.
State law prohibits owners from allowing their dogs to
roam. There is a 1/3 acre dog park with two play
areas located at Northwest Park at 104 Lang Road.
Information may be found at
Dog Pound/Animal Control
The Dog Pound is located on
Mechanic Street next to the commuter parking lot. To claim
your lost dog or to adopt a dog, please call the Animal
Control Officer at 860-688-5273 ext. 556.
To report a clogged or damaged drain or for information
about storm water drainage projects, please call
Brochures and information may
be obtained by calling Windsor’s Economic Development
Director at 860-285-1877. For information regarding the
Bradley Development League, please call 860-285-1877 or First
Town Downtown at 860-683-8410 or visit their website at
Offices for the Elderly and
Disabled Housing, Section 8 and Fitch Court Apartments are
located at Windsor Housing Authority at 156 Bloomfield
Avenue. For information about Elderly and Disabled
Housing, call 860-285-8090.
Elections are held on
the Tuesday after the first Monday in November. Municipal elections
take place in odd-numbered years, State elections in
even-numbered years and Presidential elections take place
every four years. For additional information, please
Registrars of Voters at 860-285-1955, 860-285-1957, 860-
285-1958, or the Town
Clerk’s Office at 860-285-1902.
Call the Building and Land
Development Team at 860-285-1960 or visit our website at
Emergency Management -
See Civil Preparedness.
Announcements will be made on local radio and TV stations
in case of inclement weather or other emergency closing.
Call 860-687-2000, ext. 180 for an up-to-date recorded
Dial 9-1-1 for any emergency.
Call 1-888-828-8399 for
information about the State of Connecticut Emissions
Testing Program or visit their website at
ctemissions (see Automobile Emissions).
Machine for Public Use
Various businesses in town have fax machines for public
use. Windsor Library has a self-service machine that can
both send and receive faxes. Call 860-285-1918 for more
report a fire, please call 9-1-1.
The Windsor Volunteer Fire
Department consists of approximately 120 volunteer
firefighters and a volunteer Fire Chief. For information
about volunteering, call 860-285-1983 or visit their website at
Districts (Wilson and Windsor)
Fire Districts were
established by the State Legislature in the late 19th
Century and the early years of the 20th Century. These
districts were brought into existence to provide services
such as fire protection, street and sidewalk repair, ash
and trash pick-up, etc. To pay for this service, Fire
Districts also had the power to levy and collect taxes.
Town government provides services
formerly provided by Fire Districts. All residents of
Windsor receive police and fire protection, street
maintenance, snow removal, sidewalk repair, street lights
and many other services. Residents of the Windsor Fire
District (Windsor Center area) or the Wilson Fire District
(south of Wolcott Avenue) pay an additional tax each year
on real and personal property. These two fire districts
contract for rubbish pick-up within their district. If you
live in one of the fire districts and have questions
regarding rubbish pick up, please call:
Fire District, Ken Shuckerow at 860-289-4966
Fire District, Bruce MacClintic at 860-688-3415
Per town ordinance, the homeowner/business is responsible
for the clearing of hydrants.
The Fire Marshal is responsible for fire code
administration, arson investigation, fire prevention and
fire education programs. For additional information,
please call 860-285-1970 or 860-285-1971.
Most insurance companies require their policyholders to
provide a copy of the Fire Department Incident Report when
they have had a fire loss. These reports are available by
contacting the Fire Marshal's office at 860-285-1970 or
Clinics are held every fall
for Windsor’s elderly and residents with chronic health
problems. For additional information, please call the
Health and Environment Department at 860-285-1823.
The Windsor Food Bank is
located at the L.P. Wilson Community Center. It is open
on Mondays and Tuesdays from 9:00 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. and
Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. It is closed on Fridays. The Food bank is a joint effort of Windsor
Social Services and the Windsor Community Service Council.
The Windsor Food Bank assists Windsor residents who are
experiencing financial difficulties and need supplemental
Please call 860-285-1839 with any questions or
visit their website at
Information concerning food safety, regulations pertaining
to food handling, and permits for temporary food vending,
please call 860-285-1823.
Foot nurses are at the Senior Center once a month. The
cost is $28. For an appointment, please call
The Connecticut Energy Assistance Program assists qualified
households with energy assistance in the fall and winter
each year. The office is
located at the L.P. Wilson Center. For an
appointment, please call 860-560-5800. The Windsor
Fuel Bank may be able to provide additional assistance to
Windsor residents when you have exhausted those benefits
and need additional assistance. Help with your
electric bill may also be available. Please call
Social Services at 860-285-1839 for more information.
Operation Fuel, FEMA and the
Windsor Fuel Bank may be able to help when a person does not qualify for CRT.
Please call 860-285-1839 for more information.
(See Trash and Landfill)
This is a social group for people 60 and over. The club
meets at 1:00 p.m. the third Wednesday of each month,
September through June, at the L.P. Wilson Community
Center. Please call 860-285-1992 for more information.
(senators, legislators) - see
Disposal of grass is prohibited in Connecticut. Therefore, the landfill
does not accept grass clippings. The
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection suggests that residents use either
mulching mowers or manage the clippings by "grass
cycling." See the CT DEEP website at
& Pistol Permits
Issued by the Police Department located at 340 Bloomfield
Avenue. Please call 860-688-5273.
Please contact the Department of Motor Vehicles at
860-263-5700 for additional information.
Landfill cannot accept hazardous materials. Residents of Windsor should bring their
household hazardous wastes to a MDC Household Hazardous
Waste collection event. These are typically held on
Saturdays in the various MDC towns in the area.
Residents can go to the MDC website,
or call 860-278-7850 and press "2" for further information on these
Head Start is a federally
funded preschool program for low income children located
at the Milo W. Peck Child Development Center, 114 Palisado
Avenue. For more information, please call
For information regarding hearing clinics and hearing aid
cleaning and checking, please call Senior Services at
There are two historic districts - the Broad Street
Green Historic District and the Palisado Avenue Historic
District which is located just north of the Farmington
River along Palisado Avenue to Bissell Ferry Road.
The National Register also includes structures under the
heading "Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Brick
Architecture of Windsor." The Historic District
Commission oversees requests by residents to change the
appearance of property located in the historic district.
Please call 860-285-1980 for more information.
Chaffee House - c1767 - 108 Palisado Avenue - 860-683-3813 or
- see "Museums"
Oliver Ellsworth Homestead - constructed in 1780/1781
778 Palisado Avenue - 860-688-8717 -
Grove Mortuary Chapel - established in 1893
1340 Poquonock Avenue
River Railroad Bridge - established in 1867
seen from the Palisado Bridge near First Church
Church in Windsor - present meetinghouse erected in 1794 -
107 Palisado Avenue - organized in 1630 and
is the oldest Congregational
Church in America.
The adjoining Burial Ground contains the oldest tombstone
in the State dated 1644.
First English Settlement Stone - located on the Loomis
Luddy/Taylor Connecticut Valley Tobacco Museum
located at Northwest Park - 860-285-1888 -
Station & Freight House - established in 1870
Hill School - established in 1850
1185 Windsor Avenue - 860-683-8923
Strong House - c1758
Palisado Avenue - 860-688-3813 -
Barber House - constructed in 1790
227 Windsor Avenue
House - constructed in 1901
Thomas Allyn House - constructed in 1670 or 1690
119 Deerfield Road
Benoni Case House - constructed in 1834
436 Rainbow Road
& Anna Mosler House - constructed in 1870
1879 Poquonock Avenue
Nathaniel Hayden House - constructed in 1763
128 Hayden Station Road
Archer House - constructed in 1880
37 Prospect Street
& Annie Winchell House - constructed in 1865
1414 Poquonock Avenue
Phelps House - constructed in 1670
122 East Street
& Co. Paper Mill - constructed in 1855
347 Rainbow Road
The Windsor Historical
Society, founded in 1921, preserves and interprets
Windsor's history through exhibitions, education programs,
publications, active collecting and research. Its
facilities include the 1758 John and Sarah Strong
House, the 1767 Hezekiah Chaffee House, two exhibition
galleries, an extensive research library, Hands-On-History
Learning Center, museum gift shop and historic herb
garden. The Society is located at
96 Palisado Avenue and is open to the public Tuesday -
Saturday 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.. For more information call
or visit their website at
Bound Delivery Service for Library Materials
Any Windsor resident who is
confined to his/her home is welcome to receive free
delivery of library materials from local volunteers.
The Housing Authority of Windsor is located at 156 Bloomfield Avenue, Windsor,
CT 06095. Offices for the Elderly and Disabled Housing, Section 8 and
Fitch Court Apartments are located at this address. Call 860-285-8090.
Proper house numbers are required by town ordinance and
numbering is important for your safety. In an emergency,
valuable time is lost if Police, Fire, or Ambulance
personnel cannot locate your house.
House numbers must be plain block
numbers 3" high. Place the number so it can be lighted at
night or is on a fence or mail box where vehicle lights
will illuminate it. Place it so it is clearly
visible when approaching from either direction.
Are the skating ponds open? Call the recreation Info line
For more information, please call the Department of
Homeland Security at 1-800-375-5283 or visit the website
If you have a question regarding town services, please
call Information Services at 860-285-1902 and/or
Maps are available in the Planning Department as well as
regulations which are also available online at
Wetlands Permit is required for work within regulated
areas. A regulated area is 150 feet from the edge of
a wetland or watercourse as defined by the State of
Connecticut. Please call 860-285-1987 for more
- See Agricultural Experiment Station (State of CT)
Located at 153 Cook Hill Road - 860-683-4977
Find the Town of Windsor
Windsor's Senior Job Bank serves as a referral location by
posting jobs that are sent to us. These positions
are available to any person age 55 and older and adults
with disabilities. For more information, please call
- Working Papers for Windsor Teenagers
Windsor teens may obtain working papers in the Career
Resource Center at Windsor High School, 50
Sage Park Road. Applicants must appear in person and must bring proof of age
and a completed promise of employment. For more
information, call 860-687-2020 ext. 384 or visit
Windsor Police (per Town Ordinance) handle enforcement.
For additional information, please call the Police
Department non-emergency number 860-688-5273 ext. 501.
of the Peace
A list of Windsor Justices of the Peace, who normally
perform marriages, is available on the Town Clerk’s
Office website at
townclerk. Every 4 years, the major political parties
recommend a slate of people to become Justices. In
addition, at that time the town clerk may appoint
unaffiliated or minor party voters. During the ensuing 4
years, the major political parties may continue to appoint
Justices to maintain their quota, however, unaffiliated or
minor party voters may not be appointed.
Kerosene heaters are not
permitted to be used in any building in Windsor. For
additional information, please call 860-285-1971.
The Windsor/Bloomfield Landfill is located on 500 Huckleberry
Road (off Prospect Hill Road) in the northwest section of
town. Residential permits are available at the landfill.
Proof of residency is required. Trucks hauling trash must cover their loads to keep debris
from blowing out. Commercial and residential
vehicles scale hours are from 8:00 a.m. -
3:30 p.m. Monday - Saturday.
(Please have your vehicle at the scale 1/2 hour earlier
than closing time at the latest so we can accommodate your
additional information, please call 860-285-1833 or visit the
website at landfill.
Please contact the Landfill for up-to-date information at
860-285-1833 or visit their website at
of Women Voters of Windsor
The Windsor League of Women
Voters is a non-partisan, non-profit, volunteer,
grassroots organization whose mission is first to
encourage the informed and active participation of all
citizens in government and second to increase
understanding of major public policy issues and to
influence public policy through education and advocacy.
For more information, visit the Windsor League's web site
Windsor Public Library at
323 Broad Street is located at the
south end of the Town Green at the
corner of Broad Street and
Batchelder Road. Parking is on the
east side of the building;
the Book Return,
open 24/7, is on the
south side near Batchelder Road.
Library hours are Mon - Thurs from 10:00
a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Fri 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.,
Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and
Sundays 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m..
-- Lending Desk (phone renewals,
fines, library cards) - 860-285-1910
-- Meeting Room & Quiet Study Room
Bookings - 860-285-1913
-- Reference Desk (requests for
materials or information, public
computer bookings) -
-- Kidspace Desk for information
about children’s programs & museum
passes - 860-285-1914
Home Bound Delivery Service -
-- Windsor Library’s Home Page (both
Main & Wilson) www.windsorlibrary.com
Citizens can access many library materials from home
through the library's website at
The website provides downloadable audio books, full text
of magazines, newspapers and research journals, online
auto repair manuals, online test preparation for academic
and civil service exams, business directories and more.
Citizens can ask research questions 24 hours a day (click
on InfoAnytime) as well as review their account and
Wilson Branch Library at 365 Windsor Avenue is
located south of the I-291 overpass at the corner of
Windsor Avenue and Faneuil Street. Wilson Library hours
are Monday from 10:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m., Tuesday - Friday from 10:00
a.m. - 5:30
p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m.
- 3:00 p.m., closed Sunday.
For information about the Wilson Branch
materials and tutoring program, please call 860-247-8960. For
information about other programs or to make an appointment for notary services, please call
Sporting licenses (fishing, hunting, and trapping) are available at the
Town Clerk’s Office. Hunters must show hunter safety
certification or a previous (within 5 years) resident
hunting license. State of Connecticut
Conservation/Firearms Safety Course information can be
found by calling 860 675-8130 or 860 642-7239. Children under 16 do not need a fishing
license. A Junior Hunting license is $11 and a hunter's
safety certification must be shown. For more information,
call the Town Clerk's office at 860-285-1902.
fishing license is $28, hunting license $19 and combination
license (hunting & fishing) $38. Pheasant stamp
is $28 and state duck stamp is $13. Licenses are good for the calendar
year. Available in December for a special Holiday Gift for
the Sportsperson in your family! For more information,
call the Town Clerk's office at 860-285-1902.
fishing licenses are available for blind and/or mentally
retarded persons. Proof of blindness will be in a form
of a certificate
from the US Veterans Administration or from the
Connecticut Department of Education for the Blind. Proof
of mental retardation will be in the form of a certificate issued by any
person licensed to practice medicine and surgery in the
State of Connecticut. For more information, call the Town
Clerk's office at 860-285-1902.
Licenses - to qualify for this free license, one must have
reached the age of 65 and have been a resident of the
State for not less than one year. Licenses must be renewed
annually. For more information,
call the Town Clerk's office at 860-285-1902.
Dog licenses are also available at the
Town Clerk's Office. Cost is $19 for a male or
female and $8 for a neutered or spayed dog.
additional information on licenses, please contact the
Town Clerk's office at 860-285-1902 or visit their website at
Town maps are available at the
Town Clerk’s Office, 860-285-1902. Plot plans are
available from the Building and Land team in Town Hall,
860-285-1960. Aerial maps are available from the Engineering
A marriage license is valid for 65 days and may be obtained in the town in which the marriage
occurs or the town of residence of either parties. At the time the certificate is obtained,
the couple must declare the location of their
parties must appear to sign their marriage
certificate. There is no waiting period in Connecticut. As
soon as the license is issued, the couple may join. The
license fee is $30. For additional information, please call
This program provides one or two meals per day 7 days a
and is managed by the
Visiting Nurses Association and a volunteer coordinator. Volunteer
drivers handle delivery of meals. For additional
information, please call Visiting Nurses at 203 463-7856.
Renewal Team (CRT) also has a meals-on-wheels program that
services Windsor. Call 860-560-5825 for more information.
Medical Equipment Loans
Used medical equipment such as walkers, wheelchairs, bath
and shower chairs and other equipment is available at no
cost to Windsor Residents at the Senior Loaning Closet
located at the Senior Center. The Loaning Closet
also accepts donations of used medical equipment in clean
working condition. Call 860-285-1992.
The Community Center located at 330
Windsor Avenue and the Windsor Library
have meeting rooms (capacity up to 200)
which are available to Windsor-based
non-profit organizations. Please
call the Library at 860-285-1913 or the
L.P. Wilson Community Center at
860-285-1990 for more information.
An insurance certificate is required to
use a town or Board of Education
facility. Contact the Risk Manager
at 860-285-1851 for minimum limits of
the insurance requirements. See
Room Rentals for more information.
MDC provides water and sewer service to Windsor, one of
member towns. For problems concerning water, please call
860-278-7850. MDC’s sewage plant is located at 1222 Poquonock Avenue.
The property tax rate is determined by dividing the total
budget of the town by the Net Taxable Grand List that is
produced by the Town Assessor. The Net Taxable Grand List
is a listing of all of the taxable Real Estate, Motor
Vehicles, and Personal Property in the town as of the
assessment date of October 1. A tax rate of one mill
produces $1 of taxes on each $1,000 of property
voters of the Town of Windsor have the ultimate choice as
to what the mill rate will be by their participation in
the budget meetings in April and the annual town meeting
or budget referendum in May. Once the budget has been
approved, the Town Council simply does the math and sets
The Windsor Montessori School is located at the Milo W. Peck Child Development Center, 114 Palisado Avenue. Windsor Montessori School serves children
ages 18 months to 6 years old. This school is accredited by
the National Association for Education of Young Children
and American Montessori Society. For more information,
please call 860-285-1400 or visit their website at
Vehicles - Ct. Department of
Office – I-91 North to Exit 48, Right off Exit onto Elm
Street. Follow Elm Street to a fork in the road - bear
left to Shaker Road - Right at the second light onto
Washington Street. The second left off of Washington
Street is Pearson Way. The Motor Vehicle Department is
located at 4 Pearson Way, Enfield, CT. Their website
For information on steps you can take to minimize mosquito
infestation, call the Health and Environment Department at
& Historic Places (also see Historic Sites)
Historic places of interest in Windsor:
The Dr. Hezekiah Chaffee House, located at
108 Palisado Avenue, was
built in about 1767 and was home to several generations of
the Chaffee family, an 18th century doctor's office and
the location of the Chaffee School for Girls in the 20th
century. For more information, please call
or visit the website at
located at 778 Palisado Avenue, was built in 1780/1781 as the
home of Oliver Ellsworth, a framer of the United States
Constitution, Connecticut's first senator, third Chief Justice of the
United States Supreme Court and envoy to France after the Revolution.
Operated as a museum by the Connecticut Daughters of the
American Revolution, "Elmwood" is open to visitors May 15 - October 15 on Wednesday, Thursday and
Saturday from noon until 4:00 pm, and on the last Sunday
of the month from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Reservations for group tours
are welcome. For more information, please call
Luddy/Taylor Connecticut Valley Tobacco Museum, located at
Northwest Park off Lang Road, features exhibits from
Windsor’s tobacco farms. The museum consists of two
buildings: one was remodeled to accommodate exhibits of
early and modern equipment used to grow tobacco and the
other houses photographs, writings and documents relating
to the history of tobacco farming in Windsor. (See Windsor
Historical Society and National Register.) For more
information, please call
860-285-1888 or visit the website at
John and Sarah Strong House, located
at 96 Palisado Avenue, was build c1758 and housed
Windsor's first post office and a small general store in
the 18th century and later was the first home of the
Windsor Historical Society. For more information,
contact the Society at
860-688-3813 or visit the website at
The Vintage Radio and Communications Museum of
Connecticut, located at 115 Pierson Lane, is
dedicated to the preservation of old time communications
equipment and to educating the public about its history.
Part science museum and part history museum, it has
hands-on displays of radios, televisions, telephones,
telegraphs, motion picture equipment and much more!
For more information, please call
860-673-0518 or visit the website at
The Windsor Historical Society,
located at 96 Palisado Avenue, was founded in 1921 and
preserves and interprets Windsor's history through
exhibitions, education programs, publications, active
collecting and research. Its facilities include the
1758 John and Sarah Strong House, the 1767 Hezekiah
Chaffee House, two exhibition galleries, an extensive
research library, Hands-On-History Learning Center, museum
gift shop and historic herb garden. The Society is
open to the public Tuesday-Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m. For more information call
860-683-3813 or visit the
Registered public notaries are
available at the
Town Clerk’s Office,
or you may call for an appointment at the L.P. Wilson Community Center
(860-285-1839) or the Wilson Library
(860-285-1931). The cost for each Notary
Seal is $2.00. Please make sure
that your documents are complete.
All dates and dollar amounts must be
filled in. If your document
requires witnesses, you must bring
your witnesses with you.
We do not witness documents.
The signer must be
present and show adequate
identification (a photo ID is required
as well as a separate signature or
additional photo ID).
By State Statute, a P.O. Box is not an
acceptable address. If a parent
or guardian is signing the document,
please provide adequate
identification. In the case of a
guardian, please bring the paperwork
showing the identifying authority and
the paperwork provided by probate
court (guardianship papers).
Please be advised that if you wish
your document notarized, the notary
public must see the entire document;
if your document is confidential, you
may want to take it to an attorney to
The Town Clerk's
Office does not notarize Wills or
Living Wills; these documents should
be notarized by an attorney.
Documents written in a foreign
language cannot be notarized; contact
the Secretary of the State's Office,
Notary Division at 509-6137 and
request the name of a notary who can
read your documents.
Open Air Fires
No open burning is allowed in the Town of Windsor. Call
A copy of the Town Ordinances are kept in
the Town Clerk's Office, libraries and various town
departments. Copies of pages may be made for $.50
each. The Town Ordinances are also available
for review through the town website at
The Windsor Parent Center is located at the Milo W. Peck
Child Development Center, 114 Palisado Avenue. It
offers a variety of programs for small children and
their caregivers during the day and in the evenings.
For more information, please call
860-285-1400 or visit
their website at
Parks, Trails, and
Recreational Facilities in Windsor
Bissell Bridge Walkway and Boat Launch begins on the
Windsor side of the State Boat Launch at the end of East
Barber Street and is approximately 1.8 miles long
parallel to I-291.
Custer Park is
located off Custer
Drive and offers a basketball court and open fields for
activities for families and groups.
Deerfield Park is
located off Deerfield Road with entrances on Seymour
Street and Colton Street. It offers a
basketball court, a playground and open fields for
activities for families and groups.
Matianuck State Park
trail is 1.5 miles long. It is located in the town’s
southwest corner at the commuter parking lot on the
south side of Route 218 and a quarter mile west of the
entrance to I-291- Southwest Park and Keney Park. The Matianuck State Park also contains one of the last
active dune systems in the state. Keney Park (mostly
located in Hartford) adjoins Southwest Park and
Matianuck State Park.
Northwest Park is a
473-acre facility located at 145
Lang Road and is open dawn-to-dusk. It is home to a
Nature Center, Tobacco Cultural Museum and Archive,
maple sugar house, warming shed and cross-country ski
rental center, community gardens, picnic area,
world-class soccer fields, a playground and an animal
Sharshon Park is located on Skitchewaug Street and
has a pavilion and basketball court, a playground,
summer aqua-fountain, ice skating and a field for softball.
Park, located off Ford Road offers summer swimming at Goslee Pool, tennis and basketball courts, a playground
and a picnic area.
Trent Park is located
off Bloomfield Avenue and Stratford Court and offers
a softball field and basketball court.
Washington Park on
Lennox Avenue, near Windsor Center, has a playground,
grills, summer aqua-fountain and fields for volleyball
Welch Park is in Poquonock on the
Farmington River and has space for walking and jogging
as well as a lighted baseball field, a softball field,
basketball and tennis courts (which are also used for
ice skating in winter), grills and picnic tables, a
playground and Welch Park Pool.
The Windsor Center
Trail is located on a 43-acre site adjacent to the
Farmington River at Route 159. This trail is 1.25 miles
long and has direct access to over 2,000 feet of river.
Windsor High School ball fields, pools, basketball
courts, track & field, and tennis courts are located at
50 Sage Park Road. Lighted tennis courts are located at
the L.P. Wilson Community Center, 599 Matianuck Avenue.
Parking on town streets is banned between the hours of
1:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. from November 15 to April 15.
Call the non-emergency Police Department number,
860-688-5273, for more information.
Parking tickets issued by the Windsor Police Department may be mailed or paid in person
at the Tax Collector’s Office at Town Hall. To question
or protest a parking ticket contact the Windsor Police
860-688-5273. Speeding tickets are not handled at
the Tax Collector's Office. Refer to the ticket
for that information.
Planning and Zoning
Windsor’s Town Planning and Zoning Commission (TP&Z)
meets the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at
Town Hall. For a list of Commissioners or for
information regarding application for a zoning variance,
860-285-1980 or visit their website at
Click on the Town Planning & Zoning Commission
link found on the bottom of this page to go to the TP&Z
Poison Control Center
Contact the 24-hour Poison Control Center
Windsor Center Post Office, 245 Broad Street -
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and
Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Poquonock Post Office, 1771 Poquonock Avenue -
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and
2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and
Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
- Greater Windsor Probate Court, 1540 Sullivan Avenue,
South Windsor - 860-644-2511 ext. 371
Bus service is provided by Connecticut Transit. For
information and schedules call
860-522-8101. Train service is
provided by AMTRAK. Trains run through Windsor from
Springfield to New Haven with connections to Boston and
New York. For information call 1-800-872-7245.
Windsor’s real estate records, maps,
vital statistics, election records and
various other records are maintained
in the Town Vault in the Town Clerk’s
Office at 860-285-1902.
Curbside service for recyclable glass and metal food and
beverage containers, newspapers, magazines, junk mail,
corrugated cardboard and plastics is free to all residents
in Windsor. Call 860-285-1899 with any questions or to request
a new or replacement recycling bin.. Recycling service is
also available at the Landfill
on Huckleberry Road to drop off scrap metal, waste motor oil,
car batteries and used household goods ("take it or leave
it" trailer). A household hazardous waste
collection day is scheduled each spring in Windsor. For more
information call 860-285-1833.
Registrar of Voters
Voter registration cards are available at the Library,
Town Hall or the Motor Vehicle Department. This card
can be mailed in or dropped off in the Town Hall at the
Registrar of Voters or the Town Clerk's Office. For
more information call 860-285-1955, 860-285-1957,
860-285-1958 or visit the
Meeting room rentals are available in several locations.
The Community Center is located at 330 Windsor
Avenue. Please call the L.P. Wilson Community Center
at 860-285-1990 for more information.
The Windsor Public Library is located at the south
end of the Town Green. It has a large community
room, a small conference room for 12 and 3 quiet study
rooms. Please call 860-285-1913 for more information.
There is also a meeting room at the Wilson Branch Library
located at 365 Windsor Avenue.. Please call 860-285-1931
for information about that space or visit
Sand & Salt
The Town places sand and salt piles
for residential use in the parking
lots at Sharshon Park (Skitchewaug off
Windsor Avenue), the
L.P. Wilson Community Center (599 Matianuck Avenue), Mechanic Street
(behind Town Hall next to the dog
pound), Oliver Ellsworth School
(Kennedy Road), Poquonock Firehouse
(1575 Poquonock Avenue), Rainbow
Firehouse (750 Rainbow Road),
(Huckleberry Road) and the
Public Works Complex at 99
Day Hill Road.
School Closings Information
The Board of Education Administrative
offices maintains an information
hotline at 860-687-2000, ext. 180.
It has school closings and delayed
opening information. Customized email
notification is available through the
Connecticut Weather Center's website.
Directions: Go to
www.ctweather.com and scroll down
the menu on the left to
"e-notification," click on that and
then click on "schools." At this
point complete the registration
process by submitting your email
address. Within 72 hours you
will receive a confirmation request.
Reply to the request by clicking on
the link and follow the directions to
access your account by selecting
Windsor in the pull-down menu.
Located at the L.P. Wilson Community
Center, the Senior Center is open
from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. The Senior
Center offers a wide variety of
physical, educational and
health-related programs to serve
seniors in our community. Please
call 860-285-1992 for additional
information or visit their website at
Lunch is served Monday through Friday
at 11:45 a.m. at the Senior Center at
the L.P. Wilson Community Center.
Please make a reservations by noon the
day before. Call 860-285-1843.
The Windsor Senior Transportation Unit
coordinates all senior transportation
programs including Dial-a-Ride, Caring
Connection, special evening/weekend
trips and medical appointments.
The Senior Transportation office is
located at 599 Matianuck Avenue within
the L.P. Wilson Community Center.
The hours of operation are
Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and
4:30 p.m. To speak with the
Senior Transportation Coordinator
directly, please call 860-285-1996.
For more information on Dial-a-Ride
(for in-town and out-of-town
appointments) or Caring Connection see
those respective listings in this
The Shad Derby is an annual festival
sponsored by the Windsor Shad Fest
Bureau, Inc., P.O. Box 502, Windsor.
It is held the third Saturday in May
on the Town Green. For additional
information, please visit their
Shut-in Library Service
- See Home Bound Library Service
Social Security Administration
One Corporate Center Building, Suite
900, 20 Church Street, Hartford, CT
06103 - 860-493-1857 or 800-772-1213.
The Social Services staff in the Town
of Windsor directly administers and
coordinates a variety of
community-based services. These
include programs which provide
services to Windsor residents to
assist them to remain in their homes
and to avoid placement in nursing
homes. Programs like Friendly
Visitors, Friendly Shoppers and Home
Helpers provide help with
shopping, doing minor tasks around the
house or simply having someone to
spend a little time with each week.
Other programs give you the
opportunity to help others with their
needs. To find out more
information about how to receive these
services or to help you become more
involved in your community, call
860-285-1839 or online at
Social Services also provides case
management, information and referral,
and assistance with applying for state
and federal programs. For more
information or to speak with a case
worker, please call 860-285-1839 or
visit the website at Social Services..
State Senator Eric D. Coleman (D)
77 Wintonbury Avenue, Bloomfield, CT
(home) 860-243-8118 (Capitol)
State Senator John A. Kissel (R)
16 Frew Terrace, Enfield, CT 06082
(home) 860-745-0668 (Capitol)
State Representative David A. Baram
5 Warbler Circle, Bloomfield, CT 06002
(home) 860-243-3041 (Capitol)
State Representative Elaine O'Brien
1321 Hill Street, Suffield, CT 06078
(home) 860-668-4118 (Capitol)
State Representative Peggy Sayers (D)
81 Spring Street, Windsor Locks, CT
(home) 860-623-3868 (Capitol)
Street Lighting and Street Light
To report street light problems,
Trained AARP volunteers are available
during the tax season to help prepare
state and federal tax returns. For
appointments for income tax assistance
please call 860-285-1992.
Several assessment exemptions and
benefits are available to qualified
taxpayers. For information please
call the Assessor’s Office at
Town Green Activities & Sign
The Town Clerk’s Office maintains a
calendar of events for all Town Green
activities. Organizations must fill
out an application to reserve the Town
Green. Guidelines for placing a sign
on the Town Green or for erecting a
booth can be obtained by calling 860-
Town Hall is located at 275 Broad
Street and is open Monday through
Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
To report a malfunctioning traffic
signal call the Windsor Police at
- See Public Transportation.
The Town of Windsor does not provide a
trash collection service. Residents
should contract with a private service
or bring trash and recyclables to the
Windsor/Bloomfield Landfill located on
Huckleberry Road. Residents
living in the Windsor and Wilson Fire
Districts receive trash collection
service, which is paid by an
Cable – Comcast Cable at
Electric - Connecticut Light and
Power Company at 1-800-286-2000
Gas - Connecticut Natural Gas
Corporation at 1-860-524-8361 or
Yankee Gas at 1-800-989-0900 or
1-800-992-3427 for emergencies.
Oil - Check the Windsor phone
directory for local dealers and
Telephone – AT&T at 1-800-288-2020; 6-1-1 for
residential repair service.
Water and sewer - Metropolitan
District at 860-278-7850
Veterans Memorial Cemetery
Works Department installs the
headstones and maintains the grounds
at Veterans Memorial Cemetary located
on East Street in Windsor. The
headstones are ordered by the funeral
home and delivered to Public Works for
installation. For more
information call the Public Works
Department at 860-285-1855 or go
It is one of the
easiest and more important things you can do for your
Voter registration cards
are available at the Library, Town Hall or any Connecticut Motor Vehicle Department. This card can
be mailed in or dropped off at the Registrar of Voters or
the Town Clerk’s Office. Voters can find out where their
voting poll is by calling the Registrar of Voters at
860-285-1957 or 860-285-1958. . If the Registrars are not available,
the Town Clerk's Office has a list of streets and
corresponding polling places or you may visit the town
website for polling information at
registrar. To schedule a
ride to the polling place, call your affiliated registrar:
860-285-1958 or Republican
Windsor Art Center at the Freight House (WACFH)
A new venture for the center of Town! Located at 40
Mechanic Street, the recently formed non-collecting arts
center has as a main goal the production of exhibitions
and programs that reflect and enhance the artistic life of
the region. The non-profit WACFH will showcase both
visual and performing artists, provide workshops, and
educate and entertain the public. To learn about
current shows and programs, call 860-688-2528 or visit the
Win-TV includes Channel 5 Public Access, Channel 95
Education and Channel 96 Government. These are the
local cable access channels. Channel offices and the
production studio for WIN-TV are located at the L.P.
Wilson Community Center, 599 Matianuck Avenue. For
more information about community access channels, call
860-688-2626 or on line at
www.win-tv.org. For information on the
government channel, call 860-285-1835.
to the Windsor Town Hall
I - 91 (North or South)
Take Exit 36 (Park Avenue - Route 178)
If traveling North, at end of ramp take a right.
If traveling South, at end of ramp take a left.
Continue to a traffic light at a T intersection.
Turn left onto Broad Street.
Travel approximately 1 mile, Town Hall will be on the
Continue past the Town Hall to the traffic light.
At the light, turn right, continue straight to the Town
Hall parking lot
Recreation Programs 860-285-1988
Senior Programs 860-285-1989
24-Hour Call-Back Line 860-285-1805
Emergency Closing Information
Pupil Personnel Services
John F. Kennedy
Sage Park Middle