50 Boston Street, Guilford, CT 06437
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone: (203) 453-8029
Lake Quonnipaug Dredging Study for Southerly Portion fo the Lake:
Quonnipaug Lake Dredging Study for Southerly Portion of Lake Part 1
Quonnipaug Lake Dredging Study for Southerly Portion of Lake – Part 2
Quonnipaug Lake Dredging Study for Southerly Portion of Lake – Part 3
Quonnipaug Lake Dredging Study for Southerly Portion of Lake Part 4
Quonnipaug Lake Dam Guilford Inspection Report 031521
Stormwater Outfall Sampling will occur throughout town.
Stormwater requirements of the federal Clean Water Act are administered through the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Program, or the MS4. The MS4 permit requires the Town to monitor and sample the water exiting the stormwater system at the outfall points. There are hundreds of these discharge points throughout the town. Weston and Sampson has been contracted to conduct sampling. They will be monitoring outfalls in wet and dry weather, wearing construction vests and driving a Weston and Sampson vehicle. Questions should be directed to the Engineering department.
The Town of Guilford 2020 Draft Annual Report for MS4 General Permit is now available (February 13, 2020). While it is posted online, a hard copy is also available for viewing in the engineering department at 50 Boston Street, Town Hall South.
On July 6, 2012 a law took effect that made significant reforms to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), among other things, this law requires FEMA to take immediate steps to eliminate a variety of flood insurance premium subsidies.
The engineer plans, directs and coordinates engineering contracts and construction projects, including bridges, sanitary and marine development. This official provides technical consultation to town boards and commissions and serves as town liaison with various state agencies.
The Transfer Station will be closed on Monday, January 17, 2022
Although the town has no public rubbish pick-up service; it does maintain the transfer station, where garbage is received and compacted before being trucked to a plant in Hartford, CT. The transfer station is for the use of residents and private contractors who collect trash from Guilford homes.
The fees effective October 1, 2019 (Approved by the BOS September 16, 2019)
Cars/SUV: $3/trip or $15/5 trips (Yellow Tickets)
Trucks/Trailers $10 per yard (Blue Tickets)
Dumpsters (Orange Tickets: 1/Per Trip)
10 yard – $100
20 yard – $200
30 yard – $300
40 yard – $400
6 Wheel Dump Truck – $80
10 Wheel Tri-Axle Dump Truck $180
The station is located on Route 1 just west of I-95 at Exit 57. Hours of operation: Monday – Saturday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Closed Wednesday & Sunday) – Patrons should arrive by 3:00 p.m. The phone number for the Transfer Station is 453-8095. The Transfer Station only accepts credit/debit cards, local check and tickets, which can be purchased at the Guilford Town Clerk’s Office or Madison Building Department. Cash is not accepted.
The town does not charge residents who drop off fewer than seven televisions or electronics at the Recycling Center.
The Town of Guilford files reports about annual waste and recycling with CT DEEP. These reports are filed at the Town Hall and available for review if anyone is interested.