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Willington Town Seal
 
Willington Town Government


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Town Offices Information

Location:
40 Old Farms Road
Willington CT 06279

Hours:
Monday - 12:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Tues - Fri  9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
        

Town Offices
NAME
DESCRIPTION
860-428-4422
860-487-3122
 
860-429-7757
860-487-3139
860-933-4768
860-487-3100
860-487-3123
860-487-3108
860-684-9313
Voter Registration, Recent Election / Ballot Results, Willington Political Demographics, FAQ
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DESCRIPTION
860-487-3111
860-487-3128
Willington's Senior Social Services office is dedicated to helping the senior population of our community maintain a high quality of life by providing information about services and opportunities available to them.
860-487-3121
The Town Clerk can assist you with certificates, licenses, legal notices, voter registration, military discharges, election/referendum procedures, passport applications, land records, and maps.
Located at the end of Hancock Road, the Willington Transfer and Recycling Center is open residents.
Mid-NEROC operates a Toxic Waste Disposal facility on Hancock Road that is open to area residents.
860-487-3133
860-487-3118
Willington's Youth, Family and Social Services Office is dedicated to helping members of our community maintain a high standard of life through any crisis that they may be experiencing.
Boards & Commissions
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In order to protect the citizens of the town, provisions for the protection, preservation, maintenance and use of inland wetland and watercourses by minimizing their disturbance and pollution through the following powers and duties as established by the Connecticut General Statutes.
 
 
The Commission tries to balance the continuing growth in town and the need for economic development with our goal of safeguarding the health, safety and welfare of the residents of Willington.
The purpose of the Conservation Commission is to protect the town's natural resources and maintain and improve environmental quality.
The Willington Economic Development Commission is available and prepared to assist you in locating your business in our town.
The Willington Historical Society was established in 1968 when the Conservation Commission convened the first informational meeting.
The Board of Finance performs all of the administrative tasks involved in budget preparation. In addition, the Board is responsible for the Town's accounting system, preparing the annual report, and providing for the annual municipal audit.
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