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Today on 04/25/2017

7pm Zoning Commission
12:00am - 12:00am
7pm Zoning Commission
Multi-Media Room
12:00am - 12:00am
6pm Harbor Commission
12:00am - 12:00am
6pm Harbor Commission
South Conference Room
12:00am - 12:00am

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Click below to view 2011 Plan of Conservation & Development

Plan of Conservation & Development

Town Hall Hours

Mon - Wed / 9:00am - 4:00pm
Thu / 9:00am - 7:00pm
Fri / 9:00am - Noon

TOWN HALL
2017 HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
MAY 29TH MEMORIAL DAY
JULY 4TH INDEPENDENCE DAY
SEPTEMBER 4TH LABOR DAY
OCTOBER 9TH COLUMBUS DAY
NOVEMBER 10TH VETERANS DAY**
NOVEMBER 23RD THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY
NOVEMBER 24TH THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY
DECEMBER 22ND CHRISTMAS EVE DAY
DECEMBER 25th CHRISTMAS DAY

**Thursday, November 9th Close at 4:00 p.m.

CT Alert


Welcome to Westbrook, Connecticut

Welcome to Westbrook, Connecticut USA, a quaint shoreline community nestled on the banks of Long Island Sound between New Haven and New London. Explore our site and plan a visit to enjoy our fresh salt air, sandy beaches, unlimited marine activities.

Relax in a cozy B&B or chill out in a full-featured resort. Poke around our unique shops and meander through our well stocked mall. When you work up an appetite and you will, Westbrook offers everything from fun casual to gourmet fare and everything in between. Something for every palate and pocketbook.

Enjoy Westbrook, a friendly port.

Storm Closings / Meeting Cancellations / Urgent Notices

LEGAL NOTICE

ANNUAL TOWN BUDGET HEARING

TOWN OF WESTBROOK

 

The legal voters of the Town of Westbrook, Connecticut are hereby notified and warned that the Annual Town Budget Hearing for the proposed budget for the Town of Westbrook for Fiscal Year 2017-18 will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room at the Teresa Mulvey Municipal Center, 866 Boston Post Road on Monday, May 1, 2017 at 7 P.M.


 

Annual Drug Take Back

April 29th from 10-2 at the resident troopers office.


Bottle It Up! is holding its first annual Community Bottle drive.  The organization collects .05 CT redeemable bottles and cans then donates all proceeds to the Yale Cancer Center and Smilow Cancer Hospital Closer to Free Fund.  

 

Bottle It Up! is a local charitable organization founded by fourteen-year-old Matthew Scotella, and his brothers Andrew and James as a way help Matthew grieve when at 9 years old he lost his beloved 4th grade teacher to cancer. 

 

Now the cause is even closer to all our hearts as Matthew himself was diagnosed with cancer.  It is now our turn to help grow his foundation and continue the battle to put a cap on cancer and find a cure for all who battle!

 

The Community Bottle Drive will be held from April 23rd through April 29th at the Westbrook Town Hall.  There will be dumpsters placed on property by Clean In Between, for people to drop off their bottles and cans.  On Saturday April 29th, we will have volunteers on-site to take the bottles and redeem them.  We will have live music, free Cohens Bagels, Dunkin Donut Coffee, Hummel’s Hot Dogs, Baked goods as well as door prizes. 



 

2017 Easter Egg Hunt

Pictured with Easter Bunny is Maeve Mulvihill.  Mr. and Mrs. Holton has annually coordinated all of the initiatives associated with this annual event.

 

               

PUBLIC WORKSHOP RESCHEDULED FOR JUNE 29th

 

You can edit your survey responses all the way up to the final date which has been extended to  April 10

 

If there is a specific sidewalk segment shown on the maps that you feel should NOT be installed, please add a comment under question 4 which was intended to see if you agree (or disagree) with the locations as shown on the maps.  

 

If you feel the survey does not ask what you feel is an important question or give you the opportunity to give the response you would like to submit, please comment under question 11.

 

A Sidewalk layer has been added to the On-Line Mapping System to allow you to view the Sidewalk Concept Plan in more detail.  CLICK HERE for a direct link. 

Comments on the survey can also be e-mailed directly to Town Planner, Meg Parulis at mparulis@westbrookct.us

 



TRANSFER STATION


The Town no longer issues stickers for transfer station/beach stickers. You will need to show your ID. One of the following: drivers license (valid), tax bill or mail.

  • Residents: FREE No parking pass needed at the gate. You must show a valid driver’s license, mail, or tax bill.
  • Non-resident: $20 per vehicle/daily pass only sold at the gate.

 



July 7, 2016

 

Ordinance to Amend the Code of the Town of Westbrook Blight

Blight

 

Download the full attachement for details


Blight Ordinance

Dog Ordinance Update


Please download the attached PDF to learn more about the updated dog ordinance.

Download the Updated Dog Ordinance
May 30, 2013

Westbrook Offers Discounted Prescription Drug Program

The Town of Westbrook, through its association with the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM), the statewide association of towns and cities, is now providing a prescription discount card that will provide uninsured and underinsured residents steep savings on prescription medicines. Westbrook is a member of CCM and this new program is only available to CCM member communities.

Download the Press Release
December 6, 2012
NEW - Septic pump out information for the Town of Westbrook is now available to the public through a site called Septic Search. The website address is http://septicsearch.com. You will be asked for the State and Town name, and then you may search by address or last name. All septic pumpers are required to submit Westbrook pump out records to this database. If you have questions regarding the information found on the site, please contact the Land Use Office at 860-399-3047. A link to the Septic Search site may be found in the Quick Links Section on this page.

Local Tide Chart

2015 Mill Rate is 23.14
2014 Mill Rate is 22.51
2013 Mill Rate is 21.79
2012 Mill Rate is 20.98
2011 Mill Rate is 20.98