News and Announcements
Tuesday September 22, 2020


50 Church Street, Windsor Locks, CT 06096

At the September 15, 2020 Board of Selectmen's Meeting the following Policy's and Ordinances were presented for review:

Vehicle Use Policy
Ethical Standards & Guidelines for Municipal Officials and Employees
Noise Control Ordinance
Littering and Dumping Ordinance

Please direct any comments, concerns, or proposed additions to these documents to the First Selectman's Office @ 

There have been four new case of positive test results for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) involving Windsor Locks residents reported since the last update on July 27, 2020. The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases involving Windsor Locks residents is 127.

No additional deaths have been reported, leaving the total number of cases resulting in a death at twenty-seven.

Please continue to follow the guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Connecticut Department of Public Health.

Responsible citizenship requires that we take all needed steps to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Chris Kervick

First Selectman

Residents of Windsor Locks do not need to come to Public Works this year to obtain a Compost Permit unless your vehicle is not registered in Windsor Locks.  Special Permits are required for anyone whose vehicle is not registered in Windsor Locks or, you are a Landscape Contractor.   Special permits are only available by appointment.   To make an appointment Call 860-627-1405 or contact us via email    Click here to be directed to the Compost Site page.

A public information meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 via Zoom to review and discuss the findings from the Stream Flooding & Sedimentation Evaluation Study

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Zoom Login Link -

    The Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) will hold its annual Veterans Stand Down this month. Stand Down has been an a signature outreach event to support Veterans for nearly three decades and this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event combines online benefits presentations and for the first time, regional resource access sites.   
     Stand Down 2020 will be a two-day event.  Day one on Thursday, September 24th will begin with a kickoff ceremony at 9:00am at the Rocky Hill Campus broadcast via social media.  Following the ceremony will be a day of virtual informational sessions including information on a variety of federal and state agencies and community service providers on topics including housing and homeless serves, State labor/employment and vocational resources, Veteran caregiver support, legal assistance, education resources and more.
     On day two, Friday, September 25th, there will be four locations throughout Connecticut, Bridgeport, Danbury, Norwich and Rocky Hill.  These locations will be staffed by representatives of the regional Vet Centers, CT Bar Association and the DVA to provide benefits information, pro-bono legal services and free COVID-19 testing and flu shots by medical professionals.  During this day, COVID mitigation protocols will be strictly enforced and only a certain number of individuals will be allowed to enter at certain scheduled times, so registration is necessary.   
     For additional information and to register for Stand Down 2020 please visit:

Stand Down 2020 Poster

Schedule of Events

A stream flooding and sedimentation evaluation study has been conducted for the Town by Fuss & O'Neill.  To review the documentation and maps please click on: