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weekly group offered for Eliot and Morgan students by counselor referral
specialized curriculum for young boys, offered at Morgan
The current mill rate is 29.83
The Assessor's Office uses the recommended State Office of Policy and Management pricing procedure. The values are based on Average Retail Values from the National Automobile Dealers Association price guides (NADA).
If you feel your motor vehicle assessment is incorrect based on these guidelines, you may appeal your assessment to the Board of Assessment Appeals. Any October 1st assessment may be appealed in March. This would be on the current assessment for the bill which would become due July. You may also appeal your motor vehicle assessment only at the Board of Assessment Appeals September session. This September session is for the bills, which you received, in the previous July.
For more information, please contact the Assessor's office.
Please Note: In the event that you appeal your assessment but do not pay your taxes or make insufficient payment within the original payment period for the tax, you shall be subject to all interest and penalties in the same manner as any tax due as provided by the General Statutes of the State of Connecticut.
Road maintenance: The department of Public Works oversees approximately 78 miles of roads. Roads are swept once a year at the end of the winter to remove sand and winter debris. Roads are routinely checked for damage and pot holes. The Department also maintains all traffic control signs and street signs and performs right of way maintenance (brush and tree clearing along the sides of the roads)Sidewalk maintenance: The Department works on maintaining sidewalks in town. We do not have the manpower and equipment needed to provide snow removal for every sidewalk in Town but we do try and clear the critical walks around schools and in the center of town. We have also cleared the sidewalks of overhanging branches and brush to make them easier to use.Sidewalk installation: The Department provides sidewalk construction services to the Town when funds become available based upon a priority set by the Board of Selectmen. Recent work includes the Elliot School and Pearl Street Projects. We are currently seeking permits to install new sidewalks on Hull Street and Route 1 from Hull Street to John St Ext.
Construction services: During our construction season we work on repairing roads, sidewalks and drainage systems. Each year work is scheduled based upon priorities. Budget restrictions prevent the Department from accomplishing everything it would like to do but in the past several years we have managed to complete a number of projects. Construction administration: In the past year the Department has provided construction administration services for projects in town.
Project Planning: Project planning and Budgeting services are provided by the Public Works Department in conjunction with other Boards, Commissions and Committees. Disaster Recovery: The Department of Public Works provide initial disaster recovery services using Town resources and local Town contractors when a major weather events such as hurricanes and blizzards that impact our Town. Additional services and resources are called in as needed and managed by the Department. The Department uses a variety of Nationally recognized companies to mitigate damages and bring Town facilities back on line as soon as practical. These services are selected through a comprehensive bidding process on a three year cycleTown wide services: The Department of Public Works supervises service contracts and bidding procedures on a number of town wide services as well as houses a number of facilities used by all agencies. The following services are bid out on a three year cycle. 1. Generator Preventative Maintenance and service for all Town and Board of Education Facilities 2. Trash removal for all Town and Board of Education Facilities 3. Septic Tank Cleaning for all Town and Board of Education Facilities4. Portable Toilet Facilities for all Parks and Athletic Complexes 5. HVAC Preventative Maintenance and Emergency Repair Services. 6. Safety Markings for Town Roads including STOP BARS and Crosswalks 7. Salt and Sand supplies for winter storm operations8. Catch Basin annual cleaning and Emergency Services. 9. Tree Maintenance all Town Road right of ways and Town buildings, parks , athletic complexes and other Town Facilities 10. Disaster Recovery Administrative Services.11. Disaster Recovery Debris Removal Services. 12. Fuel Farm Services. The town fuel farm is located at the department of Public Works. The Department maintains the fuel farm and purchases all vehicle fuels for both the Town and Board of Education fleets
Other Services:Construction/project support for all town agencies Facility Maintenance support for all Town Facilities Pest Control all Town FacilitiesMosquito Control Town Wide
Town HallEliot House Fire Department Main ST.Station 2 Fire DepartmentLiberty Street GreenCommerce Street GreenHeser’s Pond Park Police Department Main STNorth End Police FacilityDPW Facility Transfer Facility Boy Scout Cabin Route 81Little Red School House Town Marina Carter Hull Library Route 81 Welcome to Clinton Police Gun Range
Board of Education Facilities
The Morgan School and athletic Fields Eliot School and athletic fieldsJoel School and Annex FieldPierson School
Park and Recreation Facilities
Indian River Recreation ComplexPeters Recreation ComplexEliot Little League Field Town Beach