Today on 05/26/2017
Nothing scheduled for today
Town Hall Hours
Mon - Wed / 9:00am - 4:00pm
Thu / 9:00am - 7:00pm
Fri / 9:00am - Noon
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.
New Emergency Notification System
Water Pollution Control Commission
The Westbrook Water Pollution Control Commission (WPCC) was established on June 21, 1981, and is governed by Connecticut General Statutes Chapter 103, Section 7-245.
All Westbrook properties are served by on-site sewage disposal systems (septic systems). The WPCC has adopted a Sewer Avoidance Plan to manage and regulate on-site sewage disposal systems; an ordinance was passed in 2006 to implement that plan through the oversight of the Westbrook Health Department.
One of the most important requirements of the ordinance is that all septic systems in Westbrook MUST be pumped and inspected every five years.
Eveything you need to know about your septic system
- SepticSystems 101 PDF
- Sewage Backup Fact Sheet PDF
- Home Buyer's Guide PDF
- Drips, Trickles, Streams. Prevent costly repairs PDF
- Pay Me Now, or Pay Me Later PDF
- EPA Website Information
- New Requirement-Secondary Safety Lids for Septic Tanks.
- 2017 Household Hazardous Waste Schedule PDF
List of Local Septic System Service Companies
What you can do to prevent water pollution
Enviromental Health Technician
Office Phone: 860-399-3018
Westbrook Town Hall
Land Use Office
866 Boston Post Rd.
Westbrook, CT 06498
Mon ‐ Wed 9AM ‐ 4PM
Thurs 9AM ‐ 7PM
Fri 9AM ‐ Noon
Just a reminder: Please service your septic system once every five years. See our list of local pumpers on this page.
If your tank is less than 1,000 gallons or you have a garbage disposal you may need to service your septic system more frequently.
Backwash from water treatment systems may not be discharged to a septic system.
Check the last time your septic system was serviced at: www.septicsearch.com.