50 Church Street, Windsor Locks, CT 06096
Update on Hurricane Joaquin for Windsor Locks: Emergency Management is monitoring the potential storm. Some rain & slight winds are expected to start on Sunday into the Monday time frame...please be prepared... this announcement will be updated as needed.
Please join us on Sunday, October 4th from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at Town Hall, 50 Church Street, for a day filled with fun and activities for all ages. Activities include: crafts fair, vendor displays, music from the Turkey Foot Band, professional face painting, inflatable, pumpkin patch (kids can pick their own pumpkin), meet the candidates, and much more. All activities are free of charge. Refreshments will be sold.
The Capitol Region Council of Governments, in cooperation with the Connecticut Department of Transportation, is conducting a Comprehensive Transit Service Analysis of the CTtransit Hartford Division. The purpose of this study is to understand existing bus service in the Region and identify potential improvements to the system.
The compost site is open every Saturday and Sunday, but beginning Saturday, October 17, 2015 it will be open 7 days a week. The hours are 8AM to 3:45PM. Curbside collections of bagged yard-waste will continue every Tuesday, town-wide. The final curbside collection of the year will be on Tuesday, December 1, 2015.
10.04.2015 - 10.05.2015
Compost Site Open Weekends Only
10.05.2015 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
10.05.2015 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Park Commission Meeting
10.05.2015 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting
10.06.2015 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Board of Selectmen Meeting
The Referendum for the two bonding projects: $375,000.00 for ADA Improvements at the Windsor Locks High School, and $1,150,000.00 for Infrastruction Improvements to Roberts, Steven, John, Highland & Wicklow Streets, Marshall Road, Arlington Road and Helena Lane, passed by a vote of 90 - 35 for the ADA Improvements, and 103 - 23 for the road projects.
The construction of bus shelters in Windsor Locks is underway. The first shelter to be constructed is on Main Street; the previous shelter has been taken down and a new pad and shelter will be erected. There are four shelters going up on Route 75 at various locations and one on Schoephoester Road.
The milling and repaving of Reed Avenue is underway. The first course of pavement has been completed and the next phase is to reposition the storm drains to proper height and to install the curbing. The final course should be put in place later this summer. Sidewalks along this roadway will be replaced with concrete walkways.
The Train Station Restoration Committee has been meeting on a regular basis on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at Town Hall. Any interested people are invited to atend and become part of the effort to revitalize and restore this building. The first phase of work to get started is to replace and repair the bricks on the exterior of the building. Fundraising for the project is well underway and a dedicated fund has been established to accept donations in the Finance Department at Town Hall. The Class of 1963 made a donation of $1,200.00 and has challenged other graduating classes to meet or exceed their donation.
With Summer upon us, schools will be closed and our children will be out and about throughout town. Please be extra careful driving through town and obey the posted speed limits and stop signs. Have a safe and happy Summer.