Griswold, Connecticut

 and the Borough of Jewett CityA Heritage River Community Growing on Strong Foundations


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Gov. Malloy Announces State Grants to Assist Fifteen Small Towns with Capital Improvement Projects

Griswold - $370,000 for the Jewett City Main Street Historical Period Lighting Project. The funds are being utilized to complete the construction and installation of the Phase II Jewett City Main Street Historical Period Lighting Project. The historic lighting will compliment prior elements of the revitalization efforts such as curb lines, crosswalks, sidewalks, trash receptacles, planters and benches. This project will benefit the local community byt properties, and attract new businesses to a reborn, vibrant Main Street.
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     Official notification has been receive from the CT DEEP regarding pond draw down schedules.

     Hopeville Pond and Ashland Pond will be drawn down this winter 2014/2015 and draw down should be completed on or about October 30th, 2014. Both ponds will be restored to normal levels around April 6, 2015. 

      The draw down for Glasgo Pond is scheduled for winter 2015/2016 and the draw down for Pachaug Pond is scheduled for Winter 2016/2017.   The draw down will be three feet for all of the ponds. Pond draw down is scheduled to be done every three years.






    Will also meet with eastern Connecticut groups today to discuss drug abuse prevention efforts WASHINGTON, D.C. —Today, Congressman Joe Courtney (CT-02) introduced the Opioid and Heroin Epidemic Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act, a House companion bill to an identical measure already introduced by Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (NH). Later in the day, Courtney will meet with local activists and students from eastern Connecticut to hear about their efforts to combat drug abuse in their communities. “As communities across the country continue to grapple with rising prescription drug and heroin abuse, we need to provide them with additional resources to improve upon the coordination of public health outreach, treatment and recovery programs, and law enforcement efforts,” said Courtney. “I am pleased to be joining Senator Shaheen, who has been a national leader on this issue, Read More




The Town of Griswold Annual Budget Meeting is being postponed until Monday May 16, 2016 to allow the Board of Finance to produce a more accurate budget as a result of uncertainty in revenues provided by the State at this time.



Dated at Griswold, Connecticut this 27th day of April, 2016.


Kevin Skulczyck, First Selectman

Steve Merchant Sr., Second Selectman

Martin McKinney, Third Selectman




Partners in Education Program


Employees and residents who are interested in learning more about the degree programs can reach out to me directly or submit a free application

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Click here for the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection information web page including proposal Information, FAQs and a project presentation.


Connecticut State Police Firearms Training Facility Relocation Project Press Release (March 1, 2016)




Canterbury - Overall Map

Canterbury - Garosshen Road

Canterbury - Phinney Lane and Lisbon Road


Voluntown - Overall Map

Voluntown - 817 Pendleton Hill

Voluntown - 860 Pendleton Hill

Voluntown - Ekonk Hill


Griswold - Overall Map

Griswold - Barber Road

Griswold - Lee Road

Griswold - Roode Road

Griswold - Synder Road




CEPA - Early Public Scoping Notice


Early Public Scoping Meetings Presentation - East Windsor (May 18, 2015) and Willington (May 28, 2015) PDF 38 MB 


East Windsor Public Scoping Meeting Audio, May 18, 2015 (mp4 file) zipped (46.8 MB)


Willington Public Scoping Meeting Audio, May 28, 2015 (mp3 file) zipped (278.8 MB)


Presentation to the Public Safety Committee Connecticut State Police Firearms Training Facility Relocation Project - February 2, 2016 (18 MB)



WEEK OF MAY 2, 2016

MONDAY - May 2, 2016


8:30   – SCCOG Exec. Mtg.   

11:00 – Dept. Head Mtg.

2:00   – Conf. Call

6:15   – Borough Mtg.



TUESDAY - May 3, 2016


8:30 – Pride Exec. Mtg.            

2:30 – 9/11 Planning Mtg.

6:00 – Pride Narcan Training

WEDNESDAY - May 4, 2016  

9:30 – Lee Elci Radio Show

10:30 – 5:00 – State Budget Vote

7:00 – ZBA Regular Mtg.

7:00 – Base Realignment & Closure

THURSDAY - MAY 5, 2016  

9:00 – Mtg. with Building Official

2:00 – Mtg. with Grant writer

4:30 – Mtg. with Town Planner

6:30 – Ordinance Committee Mtg.

7:00 – BOF Mtg.

FRIDAY - MAY 6, 2016  

4:00 – Opioid round table discussion

2014 Grand List Mill Rates


Griswold 26.57

Borough of Jewett City 3.99


Last Revaluation October 1, 2011

Senior Center Building Committee Alternate Vacancy
Griswold Public Health and Safety Committee Vacancy

According to membership guidelines, vacancies may be filled by a registered voter of .the party affiliation of the vacant seat or by an Unaffiliated voter.


Any Jewett City/Griswold resident interested in serving shall submit a letter of interest to Kevin Skulczyck, First Selectman, 28 Main St. Jewett City, CT 06351 or to


On this website, you will find information on our officials, our town departments and all boards and commissions that serve the Town of Griswold. We want to thank everyone who works for the betterment of Griswold. Your talents, expertise, and knoweldge hep to make our town a great place in which to live.


Griswold is very fortunate to have so many concerned residents who also possess a myriad of qualities that help to enhance the betterment of our community. If you are not already involved in the many activities and opportuities our town has to offer, we encourage ou to become involved in an activity that is of interest to you.


We are very proud of our website. On our Home Page, "In the Spotlight" has com of the upcoming vents. A link to the Calendar of Meetings provides information about when and where all of our boards, commissions and committees meet. There is also a link for agendas and minutes.


You can reach us with questions at 860 376-7060 Extension 201; or you can visit our Staff Director for department telephone extensions. You will also find liks to department staff emails.


If you are looking for information on our town, we hope that our website will save you a phone call or avisit to our town hall.


We hope to give you reasons to visit us for a first-hand look at our community and what it has to offer.  No matter what your reason is that brings you to the Official Town of Griswold website, we hope you enjoy surfing it.


                                                           AND SAFETY COMMITTEE

Take Precautions to Avoid Tick Bites

We had a very mild winter and the arrival of spring introduces hazards that we all need to be aware of: Ticks.

Planning ahead and taking the following simple precautions before you begin your work may help you avoid a tick related injury or illness.

Prevention Tips to Avoid Tick and Insect Bites
Wear light-colored clothing so ticks can be seen and removed more easily.
Wear a long-sleeved shirt, tuck pants into socks or boot tops to keep ticks
away from the skin.
Perform a tick check every few hours or more often if you’re working in
heavily wooded areas.
Visually check clothing and exposed skin. Do a final, full body check at
the end of the day.

Removing a Tick
Remove ticks as soon as you detect them.
Using tweezers, grasp the tick near the mouth, as close to the skin as possible.
Pull the tick in a steady, upward motion away from the skin.
Do not use kerosene, matches or petroleum jelly to remove a tick.
Disinfect the area with soap and water, rubbing alcohol or hydrogen peroxide.
Make sure to record the date and location of the tick bite. If rash or flu-like symptoms appear contact your health care provider immediately.


From: Kevin Skulczyck, Griswold First Selectman


                        SHELDON ROAD BRIDGE CLOSURE


After a joint meeting last week with the Connecticut DOT and the Connecticut DEEP, the Sheldon Road Bridge will remain closed due to erosion under and around the bridge’s abutment, which created safety concerns.and will remain closed for between 2 and 4 years due to many variables, but the project will get high priority through the entire process due to the road being completely closed.


The Town of Griswold has filed an application for funding with the DOT and has started the process for bridge replacement. Through this program, the town will be responsible for 20% of the cost of construction which will fall between $300,000 and $600,000 dollars for the town’s cost.


The town will take advantage of a state pilot program that eliminates the design cost from the town share and allows the state to pick up all of the cost for design.

BRIDGE CLOSING:  Beginning Tuesday, February 2, 2016, until further notice, the Sheldon Road Bridge will be closed for safety reasons to all traffic and pedestrians.  You can access Cross Road from Rte. 138 and Sheldon Circle can be accessed from Rte. 165.

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If there is a discrepancy or error, official town documents supersede any information included in this web site.




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