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Guilford Town Updates:
- 1-27-15 - Town Offices will be open tomorrow, Wednesday, January 28, 2015
- 1-26-15 - Town Offices will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, January 27, 2015. All essential personnel, including, but not limited to, police, firefighters, communications, and public works are still expected to report to work.
- 1-26-15 - The Guilford Madison Waste Transfer Station will be CLOSED tomorrow, Tuesday, January 27, 2015.
- 1-26-15 - Winter Weather Information. Town Emergency Management Officials are monitoring the blizzard closely. If a sustained power failure occurs, the Community Center will be opened as an emergency shelter. Please monitor the Town’s website and Facebook page for any updates. For any emergencies, dial 911.Also if you have not done so, please sign up for the Guilford Mass Notification System to receive important storm related updates on your phone, cell phone and/or email.
- 1-26-15 - The Board of Educaiton is postponing the following meetings: January 26 - Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Committee, January 26, - Public input on the budget and January 27 - Public Input on the Budget.
- 1-05-15 - Free Radon Test Kits Available for Guilford Residents - To commemorate January as National Radon Awareness Month the Guilford Health Department has 100 radon test kits to give away. The home test kits must be deployed during the coldest months of January, February and March when furnace heat is utilized. Pick up your free test kit and radon educational material at the Guilford Health Department, 50 Boston Street, 203-453-8118.
- 11-18-14 - Guilford Police to begin its 2014 Click It or Ticket Enforcement Campaign. more information
- 10-22-14 - 2014/2015 Heating Season Energy Assistance.
- 10-01-14 - Plan of Conservation and Development Update Information.
- 9-29-14 - Think Twice Before Posting Signs on Public Trees & Utility Poles. more information / photo
- 7-31-14 - Shoreline homeowners and businesses who are subject to coastal flooding can now apply for assistance under a new state low-interest loan program designed to help those residents elevate their homes and businesses from future severe weather and flooding. more information
- 5-28-14 - Elderly and Disabled Rent Rebate Program Information.
- 5-12-14 - Notice Regarding Proposed Cell Tower at 655 Little Meadow Road: AT&T is in the proposal stage to potentially construct a cell tower at this location. This process is governed by the Connecticut Siting Council and they will accept any letters of opposition from residents. If you have concerns regarding the location of this tower please send your letter to Melanie Bachman, Staff Attorney/Acting Executive Director, Connecticut Siting Council, 10 Franklin Square, New Britain, CT 06051. If you would like the town to notify you of any information we receive regarding this proposal, provide us your email address by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org siting council procedure
- 3-26-14 - A reminder that according to Town Code Section 214-2 (N) – Dogs, except for Seeing dogs, or other pets are prohibited from town property, unless they are on a leash or lead a maximum of seven feet in length and under control of the owner/keeper at all times. Dogs or other pets are also prohibited from digging and destroying lawn or vegetation or causing an annoyance to other property users. In addition, owners/keepers are required to remove and dispose of any animal defecation immediately from the property.
- 2-19-13 - Looking for Help? A Directory of Human and
Social Services Available to Guilford
Residents. more information
- 8-28-12 - A reminder to
anyone who has not registered their cell numbers
with CT Alert to do so. Being
registered enables you to receive Reverse 911
calls and information regarding any emergency.
Please register as soon as possible as we head
into Hurricane and eventually the Winter
- Connecticut Resources
Recovery Authority- your
recycling program is better and greener than
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