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  1. BOS_mtg_11-28-2018

    Selectmen hear proposals for the former-Country Club property

    At a Special Meeting November 28th, the Board of Selectmen received presentations regarding two proposals for the former-Country Club property. Presentation material is available by PDF, and video-recording of the meeting can be viewed online or cable TV. Read on...
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    First Selectman Beth Heller's statement regarding Amity student concerns

    First Selectman Beth Heller began the November 13, 2018 Board of Selectmen meeting with a brief statement regarding news reports of Amity students speaking out against anti-Semitic behaviors. Her full statement is available -- click through to read more. Read on...
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    Town Plan & Zoning Commission to meet 12/3/2018 regarding adoption of Zoning Regulations

    The Town Plan & Zoning Commission will meet Monday, December 3 at 7:30 pm in the Main Meeting Room at Woodbridge Town Hall to consider the adoption of proposed Zoning Regulations. A document and map are available online, and at Town Hall. Read on...
  4. road work sign

    Road Paving Schedule

    Public Works will be milling and paving several roads this fall. Further information is available on the DPW section of the Town website, or by calling the Department of Public Works at (203) 389-3420. Read on for details... Read on...
  5. Vote_Results

    November 6th 2018 Election Results

    The Registrars of Voters have announced the results of the November 6th Election. A re-canvas of results on November 14th was required due to the close vote totals of the 17th Senate race. An updated report is also now available. See details... Read on...
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    Veteran's Day Ceremony to be held Monday 11/12/2018 at 11:00 am

    The Town's annual Veterans Day Ceremony will take place at 11:00 am on Monday, November 12th 2018 in The Center Gym (4 Meetinghouse Lane). Read on...
  7. Get_Ready_to_Vote

    Get Ready to Vote - November 6th

    A sample ballot is available to review, and the Registrars of Voters have announced information about voter registration opportunities for the November 6th Election. See details... Read on...
  8. Town Plan & Zoning Commission to meet 12/3/2018 regarding adoption of Zoning Regulations

    The Town Plan & Zoning Commission will meet Monday, December 3 at 7:30 pm in the Main Meeting Room at Woodbridge Town Hall to consider the adoption of proposed Zoning Regulations. A document and map are available online, and at Town Hall.
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    Woodbridge Residents Invited to Upcoming Carpooling Information Sessions

    The Town of Woodbridge invites residents to two events to learn about the benefits of carpooling and to find their carpool match. Carpooling saves money on parking and gas, reduces traffic and reduces participants’ carbon footprint. Read on...
  10. Register_to_Vote

    Voter Registration Sessions

    The Woodbridge Registrars of Voters announce the following dates for voter registration sessions to be held at Town Hall for the November 6th Election. See details... Read on...
  11. Flood Information Sessions Announced: 10/10 and 10/11

    The Town is collecting flood information for a Pre-Assessment of Damages and the Town will hold two meetings for residents and businesses to submit information and ask questions. Read on...
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    Town Plan & Zoning Commission - adoption of Zoning Regulations

    The Town Plan & Zoning Commission will hold a Special Meeting on Monday, October 15 at 7:00 pm for a public hearing continuation and to take appropriate action. Updated documents are available online, and in the Land Use Office at Town Hall. Read on...
  13. mosquito_CDC_photo

    West Nile Virus Information for Woodbridge Residents

    West Nile virus (WNV) infected mosquitoes have been identified in Woodbridge, in addition to the previously identified nearby towns of Bethany, Madison, New Haven, and West Haven. Residents can action to protect themselves, and help eliminate mosquitos. Read on...
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    West River Water Festival celebrates 5 years of watershed advocacy

    The West River Coalition recently celebrated its 5th anniversary at the West River Water Festival. The coalition is made up of over 35 organizations and dedicated individuals working together to improve the West River, its watershed, and its tributaries. Read on...
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    State to close Heroes Tunnel overnight

    The State Department of Transportation announced it will close the Route 15 tunnel for survey work. Read on...
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    Tree Work Along Beecher Road

    First Selectman Beth Heller visited the Fitzgerald Tract to receive an update from the Tree Warden regarding UI's tree trimming work. Read on...
  17. police car

    Press Release from Woodbridge Police Chief - updated 7/10/2018

    Woodbridge Police Chief Frank Cappiello has completed an administrative review of an incident that occurred 7/3/2018. A press release on the findings is available. Read on...
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    Low Impact Development Practices

    Low Impact Development (LID) refers to techniques that help manage stormwater runoff and protect the public water supply. A LID Brochure is available online and printed copies are also available on display in the Land Use Office at Town Hall. Read on...
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    Extended Office Hours for Property Tax Payment, or Pay Online

    Tax bills are due on July 1 each year and residents have until August 1 to pay without penalty. Taxes can be paid by check or cash in person, by mail with a check, or online by credit card. Special office hours will take place 7/28 and 8/1 -- see details. Read More
  20. LED_light_change

    Streetlight conversion project underway

    The Board of Selectmen voted to approve a proposal from United Illuminating to convert streetlights along the state roads of Woodbridge from older, less-efficient bulbs to environmentally friendly LED lighting. The project is now underway. Read on...
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    Board of Selectmen's "Issues & Projects" resource added to Town website

    Additional information and background documents related to topics under consideration by the Board of Selectmen is now available on the Town website. It will kept updated with new information as the Board continues its work on issues and projects. Read on...
  22. budget award

    Woodbridge’s Financial Strength Confirmed by Moody’s Aaa Rating

    In mid June, the Town once again received a Aaa bond rating from Moody’s Investors, the highest rating available, when the Town sold bonds and notes. Read on...
  23. RWA_Rec_Permit

    Recreation Permits Available to Visit RWA Watershed Property in Woodbridge

    The Regional Water Authority Recreation Program makes permits available for the public to enjoy recreational opportunities in Woodbridge and surrounding towns -- apply online for a permit today and tap into nature all summer long. Read on...
  24. police car

    Woodbridge Police Remind Community Members to Lock Their Cars

    Woodbridge Police ask the public to lock their vehicles and garages, and report any suspicious activity in their neighborhood. Read on...
  25. QVHD logo

    QVHD Message Regarding Storm Clean-Up

    While clearing your property from storm damage -- fallen trees, etc. -- please use caution with heavy machinery which can damage below-ground structures, including septic tanks and leaching fields. Read on...
  26. Fallen branches

    Free Brush Disposal EXTENDED Through June 9th

    Due to the latest severe weather event, the Town will make brush disposal at the Transfer Station free through June 9th Read on...
  27. flags

    Memorial Day Ceremony

    The Town's annual Memorial Day ceremony will be May 28 at 11 am. Read on...
  28. South Central CT Region

    Public Invited to Comment on Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan

    The Draft South Central Region Multi-Jurisdiction Hazard Mitigation Plan is available online for review. Comments are invited and can be made through May 14, 2018. Read on...
  29. OneBigDog_Fundraiser

    Fundraiser June 3rd to benefit Animal Shelter Renovation

    One Big Dog Animal Respite Fund will hold it's second annual "Run With The Big Dogs" fundraiser on Sunday, June 3rd. Proceeds will go toward the Town's renovation project for the animal shelter. EXTENDED deadline for ticket sales is now Tuesday, May 29th. Read on...
  30. community garden plot

    Community Garden Plots Available

    Annual applications are now being accepted for plots in the Community Garden at the Fitzgerald Tract, 100 Center Road. Residents can apply online to renew or start a new garden. Read on...
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    Storm Information

    Town crews are working as fast as they can to clear trees from roadways. UI is working to restore power throughout town. A decision whether to open the Emergency Shelter for Friday 3/9/2018 will be made at 2pm. Please check back for further information. Read on...
  32. Microgrid ribbon cutting ceremony May 7 2018

    Town Celebrates Cutting-Edge New Microgrid

    Governor Malloy and DEEP Commissioner Klee join First Selectman Beth Heller and others to announce completion of the Town's new microgrid. Read on...
  33. Come In, We&#39re Open sign

    Power Outage - Services Available To The Community

    In light of power outages from the storm, the JCC is open to the community for showers, free wifi access and device charging. Read on...
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    Transfer Station OPEN today, Thursday, May 17

    The Transfer Station has re-opened after the storm. Read on...
  35. library

    Library will open late Wednesday, May 2nd

    The Town Library will be closed from 10 am to 1 pm on May 2nd for staff development and will open at 1:00 that day. Read on...
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    Information regarding Draft Revisions to Zoning Regulations

    The Town Plan & Zoning Commission held a meeting to discuss Draft Revisions to Zoning Regulations on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Further information will be available soon. Read on...
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    Public Opinion Survey Results Discussed Wednesday, April 25th

    The Board of Selectmen's follow-up meeting to discuss and hear public comment on the Public Opinion Survey took place in the Senior Center Cafeteria, 4 Meetinghouse Lane, on April 25th. Read on...
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    Preliminary Budget Hearing took place Monday, April 23rd

    The Town's Preliminary Budget for Fiscal Year 2018-19 was presented at the Hearing, which took place at the Center Gym. Read on...
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    Rid Litter Day is Sunday, April 22nd - Lend a Hand

    To help celebrate Earth Day 2018, Woodbridge residents are invited to take part in the annual "Rid Litter Day" event on Sunday, April 22, 2018 from 9:00-12:00 noon. Read on...
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    Open House April 29: Outdoor Pool Summer 2018 Season Starts 5/26

    Summer will be here soon and now is the time to sign up for membership at the Woodbridge Outdoor Pool. An Open House is scheduled for April 29th. Read on...
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    Book Discussion Circles: "Menu For The Future"

    Join us at an introductory meeting on May 7 at 6:30 pm to learn more about Food Discussion Circles, co-sponsored by the Town Library, the Ad Hoc Sustainability Committee and Massaro Community Farm. Read on...
  42. State DOT Starts Work at Exit 59 Area

    The "short-term" project will begin in April and is scheduled to last until September 2019. Read on...
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    Farmers Forum held on April 18th at 7pm

    The Town of Woodbridge held a Farmers Forum on Wednesday, April 18 at 7pm in the Senior Center Cafeteria, 4 Meetinghouse Lane. See Calendar Listing
  44. News from Town Hall monthly email

    Sign Up to Receive "News from Town Hall" By Email

    In an effort to increase communication opportunities and share information with the public, First Selectman Beth Heller has begun to send a mid-month email message to the community, called "News from Town Hall." Read on...
  45. Conservation Hike at the Racebrook Tract in June 2014

    Date Correction: Conservation Hike will be Saturday, April 7

    The April edition of the newsletter incorrectly states the date of the next Conservation Commission guided hike as April 6; the walk is actually April 7. Please join us! Read on...
  46. Survey Return Box

    Next Steps On Public Opinion Survey Results

    Survey results are being analyzed and a presentation has been scheduled for the April 11th Board of Selectmen meeting. There will also be a follow-up meeting to discuss and hear public comment, on April 25th. Read on...
  47. Dwight Rowland presents check to First Selectman Beth Heller

    Town Receives Annual Donation from Beth-Wood Baseball

    The baseball league makes an annual donation to help cover the cost of maintaining the Town baseball fields. Read on...
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    Woodbridge Police Remind Residents to Lock Their Cars

    Woodbridge Police are investigating several thefts of items from vehicles and the theft of a vehicle. All of the vehicles were left unsecured overnight. Read on...
  49. Woodbridge Town Hall

    Town Offices Will Be Closed Friday, March 30th

    All Woodbridge Town Offices will be closed for the holiday, Friday March 30th. The Transfer Station will also be closed Friday, but will re-open for normal hours on Saturday, April 1st. Read on...
  50. Girl Scouts Visit Town Hall

    Local Girl Scout Troop Visits Town Hall

    Woodbridge Girl Scout Troop 60164 visited Town Hall on March 12, 2018 to meet with First Selectman Beth Heller and learn about local government. Read on...
  51. Wear Red Day

    Woodbridge Wears Red for Heart Disease Awareness

    Employees of the Town of Woodbridge participated in the American Heart Association’s Wear Red Day on Valentine’s Day, February 14th. Read on...
  52. Pura Complaint image

    Report a Utility Complaint?

    Woodbridge residents may contact the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) Consumer Affairs Unit to file a complaint by phone or online. Read on...
  53. Fallen branches

    Free Brush Disposal Through March 24

    Due to the Nor'easter, the Town will make brush disposal free through Saturday March 24. Read on...
  54. portable_generator_winter

    Portable Generator Safety

    Portable generators are useful during winter storms, but if not used safely they can cause injuries and death. Please read our guidelines. Read on...
  55. Woodbridge Town Hall

    Town Offices Closed Today -- Tuesday, March 13th

    Due to the winter storm, Woodbridge Town Offices are closed today, Tuesday March 13th. Please stay off the roads and be safe. Read on...
  56. trees down

    Winter Storm Information

    After the winter storm on March 7th, Town crews were working as fast as possible to clear trees from roadways while UI was working to restore power throughout town. Read on...
  57. budget award

    Town Earns Budget Award

    Woodbridge has again earned the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from a national organization. Read on...
  58. Snowflake Dance

    Location Change - Snowflake Dance will be held at the JCC, 360 Amity Road

    The 19th annual Snowflake Dance & Auction benefitting the Woodbridge Volunteer Fire Association will now be held at the JCC of Greater New Haven, 360 Amity Road, on Saturday, March 3rd Read on...
  59. zoning example

    Public Information Session on Draft Revisions to Zoning Regulations

    Town Plan & Zoning will hold a public information session on the Draft Revisions to the Zoning Regulations on Tuesday Feb. 27 Read on...
  60. JCC tour

    JCC Provides Tour of Re-Built Facility

    First Selectman Beth Heller took part in a tour of the newly re-built JCC facility on Amity Road as the Economic Development Commission met there on January 11, 2018. Read on...
  61. Woodbridge Town Hall

    Closed for Presidents' Day on Monday

    All Town offices will be closed for the Presidents' Day holiday on Monday, February 19th 2018. Read on...
  62. Survey Return Box

    Public Opinion Survey

    Look for your household’s survey to arrive in the mail, fill it out, and return it as soon as possible. Please note: Due to postal delay, the deadline has been EXTENDED to Tuesday, February 20th. Read on...
  63. South Central CT Region

    Public Participation Requested As Hazard Mitigation Plan Is Updated

    The South Central Regional Multi-Jurisdiction Hazard Mitigation Plan is being updated and Woodbridge residents can provide input by taking an online survey. A public meeting also took place on Dec. 5th at 6:30 pm. Read on...
  64. Arlo Ceremony Photo

    "Arlo" Inducted As Honorary Police Canine

    Arlo, a dog adopted by Woodbridge Animal Control Officer Ashley Sakelarakis, was inducted as an Honorary Member of the Hamden Police Department's Canine Unit on November 20th. This collaborative effort involved Woodbridge, Branford, and Hamden officials. Read on...
  65. Radio Presentation

    Emergency Radio System Approved on 12/5

    At a special joint meeting on Nov. 8th, Police Chief Frank Cappiello and Fire Chief Sean Rowland presented on the upgrade of the Radio System. The video is available online. A Special Town Meeting took place Dec. 5, 2017 at 7:30 pm in the Center Gym. Read on...
  66. New Patrol Officer Welcomed

    New Patrol Officer for Woodbridge Police Department

    First Selectman Beth Heller welcomed newly sworn-in Woodbridge police officer Daniel Sanchez during a recent visit to Town Hall. Read on...
  67. Deputy SOTS Visits

    Deputy Secretary of the State Scott Bates Visits Woodbridge Town Hall

    The Office of the Woodbridge Town Clerk hosted a recent visit from Connecticut's Deputy Secretary of the State to discuss streamlining and improving services to municipalities. Read on...
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    Emergency Preparation Guide 2017

    If Woodbridge is hit by a hurricane, flood, or other emergency, Town officials are prepared to manage the situation. Please help us by reviewing the following information and planning in advance so your household is fully prepared. Read on...
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    Can I Prepay My Taxes?

    Due to recent changes in federal tax law some residents have asked, "Can I prepay my Woodbridge property taxes before January 1, 2018?" Connecticut State law does not grant municipalities the power to collect taxes before a mill rate is set. Read on...
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    Transfer Station Hours of Operation

    The Transfer Station will be OPEN for regular hours of operation Tuesday, December 26th through Saturday, December 30th from 8:30am to 3:00pm. Read on...
  71. Woodbridge Town Hall

    Holiday Closings

    All Town offices will be closed for the following upcoming holidays: Thanksgiving - Thurs., Nov. 23, 2017; Day After Thanksgiving - Friday, Nov. 24, 2017. The Transfer Station will be OPEN on Friday, Nov. 24th and Sat. Nov. 25th, 8:30am to 3pm. Read on...
  72. Cloverhill Hikers

    Next Conservation Commission Hike rescheduled to Sunday, December 10th at 1:30 pm

    The Woodbridge Conservation Commission holds monthly public hikes on town open space parcels -- come join in the fun, meet neighbors, and enjoy the great outdoors! Read on...
  73. Veterans Day Ceremony 2017

    Veteran's Day Ceremony

    The Town's annual Veterans Day Ceremony was held at 11:00 am on Friday, November 10th 2017 in The Center Gym (4 Meetinghouse Lane). Read on...
  74. Hiking at Sperry Park

    Conservation Commission Hike on November 4th 2017

    The Woodbridge Conservation Commission holds monthly public hikes on town open space parcels -- come join in the fun, meet neighbors, and enjoy the great outdoors! Read on...
  75. GFO Award 2016

    Town Earns National Awards for Budget and Audit

    The Town of Woodbridge once again earned two prestigious awards from the Government Finance Officers Association. Read on...
  76. First Day of School at Beecher

    New School Year Begins at Beecher

    The new school year began on August 28th at Beecher Road School Read on...
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    Summer Concerts on the Green Every Tuesday, beginning 7/3

    The Summer Concerts on the Green series kicks off on Tuesday, July 3rd at 6pm with the blues/retro R&B "George Gritzbach Band" -- come join the fun! Read on...
  78. Tax Collector Pat Crisco and assistant collector Linda Cahill

    You Can Now Pay Taxes Online

    Woodbridge taxpayers can now use a credit card to pay their tax bills online. You may still mail in checks or pay by cash or check in-person. Please note: the Tax Collector cannot accept credit card payments in person – only online. Read More
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