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A MESSAGE FROM THE HEALTH & SAFETY COMMITTEE
In an emergency, dial 911 or your local emergency number immediately.
An emergency is any situation that requires immediate assistance from the police, fire department or ambulance. Examples include:
A crime, especially if in progress
A car crash, especially if someone is injured
A medical emergency, especially for symptoms that require immediate medical attention
If you’re not sure whether the situation is a true emergency, officials recommend calling 911 and letting the call-taker determine whether you need emergency help.
One more note …. Don’t assume someone else made the call ……. Dial 911 it’s that easy.
Link to rabies alert 1/10/20 - Click here to view.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT PRESS RELEASES, DEEP & PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICES
We received official notice that Hopeville and Ashland Ponds will be drawndown this winter season. Here is the official language from the state dated 10/14/2020 and received 10/22/2020.
"A drawdown of (3') feet is approved for Hopeville and Ashland Ponds. The drawdown for Ashland Pond will commence on or about November 1, 2020. The drawdown of Hopeville Pond will commence on or about November 15, 2020 after the completion of a catfish study. The drawdowns will be supervised by Eric Gileau. The drawdown will be managed to restore the normal water surface elevation by early April 2021 in time for the start of fishing season. However, there is always a risk that refilling may not be achieved by the target date due to unusually dry weather conditions."
Glasgo pond tentatively eligible for drawdown winter 2021/2022
Pachaug pond tentatively eligible for drawdown winter 2022/2023
ATTENTION RESIDENTS - PUBLIC NOTICES
TOWN MEETING NOTICES ARE FOUND UNDER LEGALS/RFPs/RFQs
ATTENTION RESIDENTS – IMPORTANT TAX INFORMATION:
The Town of Griswold and Borough of Jewett City have adopted a “Deferment Program by Application” regarding Executive Order 7S, Section 6 and Executive Order 7W, Section1 by order of Governor Lamont for tax bills. The requirements are listed below:
There are no tax sales available at this time.
BOARD AND COMMISSION VACANCIES
Please contact the Selectman's office 860-376-7060x2201.
TAX COLLECTOR NOTICES / ASSESSOR'S NOTICES
TOWN OF GRISWOLD/BOROUGH OF JEWETT CITY
NOTICE OF TAX COLLECTOR
ATTENTION RESIDENTS – GRISWOLD AND JEWETT CITY
DUE TO THE FACT THAT THE TOWN HALL IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC,
THE TAX OFFICE WILL ACCEPT PAYMENTS THROUGH THE FOLLOWING METHODS:
1. Drop box – Side of the building. Mark outside of envelopes Tax Office.
2. Regular mail.
3. Credit Card or Debit Card by phone or online at www.griswold-ct.org, click departments, click tax office,
click make your online tax payment here. (There is an additional fee for this feature charged by the
processing company whether by phone or online). All credit cards 2.5%, MasterCard Debit 2.5%, and
Visa Debit $3.95.
4. Electronic Check (ONLINE ONLY) for an additional fee of $2.00 (charged by the processing company).
View PUBLIC NOTICES above for a link to all properties available by TAX SALE.
TOWN CLERK NOTICES
UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENT,
ACTIVITIES AND PROGRAMS
TOWN OF GRISWOLD and BOROUGH OF JEWETT CITY
CONNECTICUT - 06351