Stonington Borough Hall 26 Church St, Stonington, CT06378 Founded in 1801, the Borough of Stonington is the oldest borough in Connecticut. The Borough of Stonington has its own…More government which works closely with the Town of Stonington. The Borough government is led by an elected Board of Warden and Burgesses. Borough Hall on Church Street holds the Borough's government offices and meetings.
Town of Stonington Building Department 152 Elm St, Stonington, CT06378 The Town of Stonington Building Department is responsible for ensuring that both state and local building codes are…More followed. The department conducts building and mechanical inspections and issues building, electric and plumbing permits. The department is under the leadership of Building Official Wayne Greene.
Borough of Stonington Tax Collector 152 Elm St, Stonington, CT06378 The Stonington Borough Tax Collector office is located in the Stonington Town Hall. The office is responsible for the…More collection of borough taxes. Residents who own property in Stonington Borough pay taxes to the Town of Stonington and Stonington Borough. Thomas Sanford is the Stonington Borough Tax Collector.
Town of Stonington Department of Human Services 166 S Broad St, Pawcatuck, CT06379 The Department of Human Services is located near Stonington High School. The department, led by Human Services Director…More Beth-Ann Stewart, is responsible for enhancing the well-being of all residents in Stonington. The department is composed of four offices: recreation, senior services, social services and youth and family services.
Town of Stonington Department of Administrative Services 152 Elm St, Stonington, CT06378 The Town of Stonington's Department of Administrative Services is led by Director George R. Sylvestre. Some of the…More Department's purviews include supervising and coordinating the town's human resources and providing support to the first selectman's office. The Department is located in town hall along with various other town departments and offices.
United States Post Office 20 Broad St, Stonington, CT06378 This United States Post Office is located in the historic, coastal Town of Stonington, Connecticut.
Stonington Borough Fire Department 100 Main St, Stonington, CT06378 The Stonington Borough Fire Department is one of six volunteer fire departments which serves Stonighton Borough.
Borough of Stonington Planning and Zoning Commission 26 Church St, Stonington, CT06378 The Stonington Borough Planning and Zoning Commission is responsible for the preservation and enhancement of the borough…More through zoning regulations. The office is located in the Borough of Stonington Hall on Church Street. The borough assessor, administrative assistant and clerk are also housed here. Planning and Zoning Commissions are held at Borough Hall on the second Tuesday of each month.
Town of Stonington Registrars of Voters 152 Elm St, Stonington, CT06378 The Town of Stonington Registrars of Voters office handles all issues relating to local elections and voting. The office…More is managed by two elected officials - Republican Linda Camelio and Democrat Terry Grimes. New voters can register to vote at the office. The office also maintains a number of online forms regarding voter registration and absentee ballots and a list of town voting locations.
Town of Stonington Assessor Office 152 Elm St, Stonington, CT06378 The Town of Stonington Assessor Office is responsible for determining the value of all property in the Town of…More Stonington and any applicable assessment exemptions. The Assessor Office maintains and records property sale information, aerial property maps and town boundary information. Marsha Standish, the tax assessor, oversees the office, which is located in town hall.
Town of Stonington Town Hall 152 Elm St, Stonington, CT06378 The Town of Stonington's local municipal government is based on a town meeting style of government. The town encompasses…More Stonington, the borough of Stonington, the village of Pawcatuck and parts of the villages of Mystic and Old Mystic. The first selectman's office and the majority of the town's departments and services are located inside Town Hall.
Town of Stonington Town Clerk 152 Elm St, Stonington, CT06378 The Office of the Town Clerk is responsible for birth, death and change of name certificates as well as marriage,…More dog, hunting and fishing licenses. The town clerk office is also responsible for meeting agendas and minutes and town records. The Office of the Town Clerk is located in the town hall along with various other town departments and offices.
Town of Stonington Solid Waste and Recycling Office 152 Elm St, Stonington, CT06378 The Solid Waste and Recycling Office is located in Stonington's town hall along with many of the town's other offices…More and departments. The transfer station is located on Greenhaven Road. The Solid Waste & Recycling Office oversees the town's mandatory recycling program, waste program and provides information on hazardous waste and what can and cannot be recycled.
Town of Stonington Tax Collector 152 Elm St, Stonington, CT06378 The Town of Stonington Tax Collector's office is responsible for the collections of local taxes including real estate,…More personal property and motor vehicle. Real estate and personal property taxes are due July 1 and January 1 each year. Motor vehicle taxes are due July 1. This office also manages and coordinates the taxpayer guide and various other forms.
Town of Stonington Sanitarian 152 Elm St, Stonington, CT06378 The Town of Stonington Sanitarian Office is located on Elm Street in Stonington in Town Hall. The office is responsible…More for promoting the quality of life of Stonington residents. The office inspects facilities throughout town including restaurants, public pools and buildings being built or going under renovation. The Sanitarian office tracks and monitors cases of lead poisoning, West Nile Virus, food related illnesses and rabies. Karen Weiss is the Town of Stonington Sanitarian.
The Borough Board of Warden and Burgesses consists of seven elected members: the warden and six burgesses. The Board…More of Warden and Burgesses meets every third Monday of the month at 7:30pm in Borough Hall.</p>
<p>The Board of Warden and Burgesses govern the Borough. They are responsible for appointing members to the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Zoning Board of Appeals, as well as creating ordinances and preparing the Borough budget. The Board of Warden and Burgesses operates out of Borough Hall, along with the administrative assistant and zoning officer.</p>
This full-service post office is open six days a week. The location is clean and convenient, situated right on Broad…More Street, and there is ample parking. If you need packing materials to ship a package, there's a good although not huge selection.
Wequetequock Fire Station 6 Farmholme Rd, Stonington, CT06378 The Wequetequock Fire Station serves the town of Stonington as one of six volunteer fire departments. The volunteer…More force assists citizens in emergencies. In case of an emergency, dial 911. The Stonington Police Dispatch Center will then delegate emergency response to agencies such as the Wequetequock Fire Station.
Pawcatuck Fire Department 33 Liberty St, Pawcatuck, CT06379 The Pawcatuck Fire Department is one of six volunteer fire departments that serve the town of Stonington. The fire…More department was founded in 1887 and is composed of 40 active volunteer firefighters.
Quiambaug Fire Department 50 Old Stonington Rd, Stonington, CT06378 The Quiambaug Fire Department serves Quiambaug Cove and is one of six volunteer fire departments in the town of…More Stonington. The fire department was incorporated in 1961.
Stonington Department of Police Services 173 S Broad St, Pawcatuck, CT06379 The Stonington Police Department enforces all applicable state and local laws in addition to providing emergency…More response services. The Chief of Police is J. Darren Stewart, the Captain is Jerry Desmond. The department provides an email alert system through the Town of Stonington website.
Town of Stonington Selectmen's Office 152 Elm St, Stonington, CT06378 The Board of Selectmen consists of three elected members: the first selectman and two selectmen. First Selectman Edward…More Haberek Jr. as well as Selectmen George Crouse Jr. and Glee McAnanly are part of the Board of Selectmen. Board of Selectmen meetings are held on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm at the Stonington Police Community Room at the Police Department on 173 South Broad St. Some of the responsibilities of the Board of Selectman include ensuring all local resolutions and ordinaries are followed; appointing members of various town boards, agencies and commissions; and calling town meetings. The First Selectman office is located in Town Hall at 152 Elm St. in Stonington.
The Engineering Department is responsible for a wide range of tasks including managing construction projects that are…More funded by the town, ensuring the town follows the laws and regulations of the department of environmental protection, and recording and maintaining permits. The department works with the town's land use commissions. Residents can find information of flood policies through the department's website.</p>
<p>The Engineering Department located on Elm Street in Stonington in Town Hall is under the leadership of Town Engineer Larry Sullivan.</p>
The Finance Department is responsible for maintaining Stonington's financial records, compiling its budget and…More accounting for its money. It operates under Maryanna Stevens, director of finance. </p>
<p>The department oversees the assessment of property, collection of taxes and investment of town funds. It also provides administrative support to the town's board of finance and coordinates town employee payroll.</p>
<p>Finance department meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month at 7:30pm in the Stonington Police Department community room.</p>
Town of Stonington Water Pollution Control Authority 152 Elm St, Stonington, CT06378 The Town of Stonington's Water Pollution Control Authority office is located inside Town Hall at 152 Elm Street in…More Stonington. The Water Pollution Control Authority maintains the sewer systems throughout town. There are three separate sewer systems that serve parts of Stonington. Harold W. Storrs is the director of the Water Pollution Authority.
United States Post Office 23 E Main St, Mystic, CT06355 This local United States Post Office is right in downtown Mystic. It has a large ramp in front, ensuring easy access…More for people with reduced mobility. Inside, there is a large area for post office boxes, a large counter to accommodate customers and shipping materials for sale. There are also convenient drop-off boxes out front.
Stonington Town Education Department 49 N Stonington Rd, Mystic, CT06355 The mission of Stonington Public Schools is to improve teaching to increase learning. The Stonington Town Education…More Department is led by superintendent Leanne Masterjoseph and assistant superintendent Nikki Gullickson. Five schools make up the Stonington public school system: Stonington High School, Mystic Middle School, Pawcatuck Middle School, Deans Mill School and West Vine/West Broad St. School.
State of Connecticut Resident Troopers 131 W Broad St, Pawcatuck, CT06379 The Resident Trooper program has long been a tradition in Connecticut, which does not have a sheriff system like most…More other states. It allows towns with no police force of their own to split costs with the state police and have a state trooper reside in the community. Now, troopers will come from either within or outside of a community, whereas in years past they were already required to be local residents.
Mystic Fire Department 34 Broadway Ave, Mystic, CT06355 The Mystic Fire Department serves the towns of Groton and Stonington and is one of six volunteer fire departments in…More Stonington. The Department has two fire stations: B. F. Hoxie Engine Co.<b></b> located on Broadway Avenue in Mystic, and Mystic Hook and Ladder Co., located on New London Road in Mystic. The Fire Department is happy to speak with anyone interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter.