Known for years as Pine Meadow, the Town of Windsor Locks was incorporated in 1854. It is located halfway between Hartford, CT and Springfield, MA and is easily accessible via Interstate 91. With a population of approximately 12,500 it is a small suburban town rich in history and the home of Bradley International Airport the "Gateway to New England".
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|Chief Elected or Appointed Officials|
|Jeffrey Ives (D)||First Selectman|
|Denise Balboni (R)||Selectman|
|Malcolm K. Hamilton Chairman (R)||Board of Finance|
|William R. Hamel (D)||Town Clerk|
|Eleanor Leonard (D)||Town Treasurer|
|Donna Kupernik (D)||Tax Collector|
|Catherine Jeffery (D)||Assessors Chairman|
|James Cannon (R)||Assessment Appeals (Chair)|
|Alan Keney (D)||Fire Commission Chairman|
|Philip Famiglietti (R)||Park Commission Chairman|
|Roger Nelson (R)||Police Commission Chairman|
|Margaret Sayers (D)||State Representative|
|John Kissel (R)||State Senator|
|Robert Tarascio (D)||Zoning Board Chairman|
|Victor Puia (D)||Civil Preparedness Director|
|Lacinda VanGeison (D)||Committee on Needs of Aging Chairman|
|Richard Frawley, (D)||Conservation Committee Chairman|
|Edward Sabotka, (D)||Housing Authority Chairman|
|Diane Dulka (D)||Inland Wetland Commission Chairman|
|Municipal Resource Recovery Chairman|
|Alan Gannuscio (D)||Planning Zoning Commission Chairman|
50 Church Street
Windsor Locks, CT 06096-0412
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About Six million visitors pass through Windsor Locks annually. Windsor Locks is the home of the country's first woman governor, Ella Grasso, or the home of Connecticut's oldest weekly newspaper, the Windsor Locks Journal. Rather, they are passing through because it is the home of Bradley International Airport one of three major airports in New England. Windsor Locks offers Bradley and much more to business; an ideal location, unrivaled transportation and freight capabilities, and an attractive tax structure. Windsor Locks is located on the west bank of the Connecticut River; only 12 miles north of Hartford and 13 miles south of Springfield, MA. Additionally, Boston and New York are within two and one-half hours rides, respectively. Besides Bradley and the seven major carriers serving it, Windsor Locks also offers AMTRAK and CONRAIL service, coverage by several major bus lines, and the convenience of a location along the I-91 corridor which stretches from Canada to the Long Island Sound. The town tax structure is also quite attractive. Based on the low 21.21 Mill Rate, assessments are distributed relatively equally (Commercial-20%, Industrial-40%, residential-30%). For global businesses, Windsor Locks offers the tax and duty advantages of its Foreign Trade Zone 71. The Town of Windsor Locks recognizes the importance of a strong environment and always looks forward to developing new business opportunities.
(The following information has been obtained from various publications and are for general information only.) Demogragphics Population Persons 2000 12043 2002 11768 1990 Density per square miles 1319.9 Age Median Age (years) 38.9 Under 18 (percent) 20.0 Over 65 (percent) 16.5 Education Attainment % High School Degree and higher 96.5 Bachelor's Degree and higher 85.3 Housing Units units Total Units 5101 Single Family 3833 Multi Family 1191 Condominiums (199 Reval) $74,000 All residential Units (1999 Reval) $111,000 Median Rent Contract Rent $600 Median Income 1997 Household $48,837 Tax Rate amount Mill Rate 24.00 Net Grand List $882,917,099 Assessment Ratio 70% Last Revaluation 1999 Land Area Total Square Miles 9.2 Total Road Miles 48.55
Windsor Locks Human Services Web SiteThe Town of Windsor Locks Social Services Department provides adult and family support services to residents in need.
Short Term Case Management Any resident in an emergency situation can meet with a caseworker. Specific needs are addressed and appropriate referrals are made to state and local agencies.
Eviction Prevention & Processing
Medical Programs Title 19, QMB, SLMB, ConnPace and Medicaid, and Food Stamp applications are taken here.
Holiday Programs Various Holiday programs are offered through the Social Services Office. Gross income must not exceed 150% of the Federal Poverty Level. To be eligible for the Holiday Toy Program, children must be under the age of 10.
Discretionary Funds Limited funds are available to assist residents with non-recurring emergency needs. Household gross monthly income must not exceed 200% of the Federal Poverty level. Maximum benefit: $250.00. One time payment only.
Energy Assistance Intake site for Community Renewal Team Energy Assistance Program. The program runs from November 1st through April. The program assists with payment towards primary heating source. Small rebates are available to renters whose heat is included in the rent. You must apply for the program each year.
Homeowners Tax Relief Program For homeowners who have resided in Connecticut for any one year period prior to filing an application for reduction of their taxes. Homeowners must be 65 years of age by the end of the calendar year preceding the filing period, or 50 years of age or older and the surviving spouse of a renter, who at the time of their death had qualified and was entitled to tax relief, or Totally disabled. Application period: February to May 15th.
Renters’ Rebate Program For renters who have resided in Connecticut for any one year period prior to filing an application for a partial refund of his/her rent and utility bills. Renters must be 65 years of age by the end of the calendar year preceding the filing period, or 50 years of age or older and the surviving spouse of a renter, who at the time of their death had qualified and was entitled to tax relief, or Totally disabled. Application period: May 15th to September 15th. Must reapply each year. Food Bank The Windsor Locks FoodShelf is open on Wednesday’s from 2 PM to 4 PM. Household Income must be below 150% of the Federal Poverty Level. Income verification is required. Families with children under 18 may apply for food weekly. Single adults may apply the 2nd and 4th Wednesday.
Clothing Closet Clean, used clothing is available at no cost to town residents. The Clothing Closet is open on Tuesday from 9 AM to 1PM and Thursday 2PM to 6PM.. Clothing must be clean, not torn. Items other than clothing will NOT be accepted. Clothes may be dropped off during normal operating hours of the Clothing Closet. The Closet is located on the 2nd floor in the Main Hallway just past the Tax Office.
Volunteers Volunteers are needed to serve as drivers to medical appointments, respite care. Please call 627-1446 if you are interested in volunteering.
Donations The Social Services Department accepts cash donations to help in emergency situations. Coming in 2004 Bookbuddies—This program is aimed at the Kindergarten children. All Kindergarten children will be matched up with an Adult Book Buddy for the entire school year. Three times during the year, the Adult Book Buddy will purchase a book from our booklist, write a note to the child (their Book Buddy), wrap the book up like a present and deliver it to the Social Services Office. The books are then delivered to each classroom.
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENTPUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Public Works Facility- Through a combined effort of Highway and Park personnel, the new 3200 square foot addition is now complete. The project started in November 2002 and was opened to the public on October 30, 2003. While a good part of this project was contracted out, the efforts of the Public Works Department yielded the Town of Windsor Locks an estimated savings of $100,000.00. Highway Division- Downtown reconstruction is underway. During this last construction season, updated drainage and sanitary sewers were completed on Grove Street, from Center Street to Chestnut Street. The final course of pavement was in place, as were the sidewalks and new curbing, in the fall of 2003. Work in the area designated as “downtown” will continue in the spring of 2004. Center Street, James Street and Oak Street are also slated for rejuvenation next year. Newly resurfaced roads for this year also include North Street, King Spring Road, Center Street, Graves Street, Hickory Street and Wedemeyer Street. Underground drainage systems were installed this past summer on Thomas Street, North Street and Center Street. These drains will keep the ground water from entering the roadways and freezing in the winter months and slowly deteriorating the road surface and base during the spring and summer months. Parks and Grounds- Pesci Park has undergone an enormous facelift during the 2003 season. New fencing, padded walls with a brick façade, a new dugout and electrical upgrades have all been completed this year. There is more scheduled work at Pesci Park for the upcoming season. A new addition was put on the east side of the pavilion at Pesci Park for more office/storage space. This will open up the area inside for more camp participants and storage of equipment. A new irrigation well is scheduled to be drilled at Denslow Park. During the spring of 2004 the system will be brought on line for watering the athletic fields. The well at Southwest Veteran’s Park had the pump and piping replaced this year. Upgrading of this irrigation equipment is necessary to continue keeping these fields in good playable condition.
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL AUTHORITY, WPCA Major construction is now 100% complete on the Nitrogen / Denitrification Upgrade Project at the Water Pollution Control Facility. The WPCF will meet the calendar year 2003 total nitrogen discharge limit of 122 lbs / day thus avoiding the need to purchase any nitrogen credits from the Connecticut DEP. Work still continues on the SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) computer system. To comply with the Connecticut DEP UST (Underground Storage Tank) regulations the WPCA replaced five ust’s. The reconstruction of Old County Road required construction of a new pump station to replace the existing station. This station was placed in service in May 2003 and should adequately service existing and anticipated flows from future developments in the area. The Sewer Commission allocated funding to replace all the roofs at the main, removal of the Lime Silo, and demolition of the Ozone Dome at the WPCF. This project is anticipated to be completed before July 2004. The Sewer Commission authorized Tighe & Bond Consulting Engineers to submit a proposed scope of work and level of effort associated with the facilities plan to the Connecticut DEP. The DEP will review the plan and authorize funding based on the following criteria; 100% grant money for anything inside the WPCF grounds and 55% for anything outside the fence. This funding is for planning only and does not include design and construction.
The Windsor Locks Park and Recreation Department
THE PARK COMMISSION MAKES EVERY EFFORT TO OFFER AS MANY PROGRAMS AS THEY CAN FOR NO FEE. IF YOU HAVE A PROGRAM YOU COULD RUN OR WOULD LIKE TO SEE OFFERED CALL THE PARK AND RECREATION OFFICE AT 627-1420. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED BY CALLING THE PARK OFFICE OR USING THE WEB SITE.
Family Swim is held each Sunday afternoon from 1:00 to 5:00 at the High School Pool. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. There is no fee. During our December Holiday Vacation, the High School Pool will be open for Family Swim on December 27, 28, 29th from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
ADULT LAP SWIM
Adult Lap Swim is held Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6:30 to 8:00 at the High School Pool. There is no Adult Lap during school vacations and holidays. Programs starts November 14 through May 24th. There is no fee.
Adult Weightlifting is held in the High School Weight Room on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00, except during school vacations. The fee is $6.00 per week or $2.00 per night.
Adult Basketball is held in the Middle School Gym on Monday and Thursday evenings from 6:45 to 9:00. This program has two sessions per evening for adults over 35 and those under 35 years of age. This program is limited to Windsor Locks residents. The fee is $36.00
Adult Volleyball will begin on December 6th and runs each Wednesday evening from 7:00 to 8:30 at the South Elementary School Gym. The fee is $15.00
Our Youth Basketball Program will begin on Saturday, December 2nd. There will be advance registration. Those interested should report each Saturday at the times listed below.
Coed Grade K South Street @ 12:00
Grades 1 & 2 South Street @ 10:30
Boy’s Grade 3 & 4 South Street @ 9:00
Grade 5 & 6 High School @ 9:00
Grade 7 & 8 High School @ 11:00
Girl’s Grade 3 & 4 Middle School @ 9:00
Grade 5 & 6 Middle School @ 11:00
Open Girl’s Middle School @ 1:00 - 2:00
All players must wear sneakers!
OPEN GYM BASKETBALL
During our December Holiday Vacation, please note that Open Gym Basketball is also available at the South Elementary School, for the following dates: December 27 thru 30th - for the following times:
Grades K - 4 9:00 - 11:00
Grades 5 & 6 11:00 - 1:30
Grades 7 & 8 1:30 - 4:00
All players must wear sneakers!!!
Indoor Soccer begins on Sunday January 7th and runs each Sunday through February at South Elementary School. Times to report are as follows:
Grade K 12:15 - 1:15
Grade 1 1:20 - 2:15
Grades 2 & 3 2:20 - 3:40
Grades 4 & 5 3:45 - 5:15
If we have enough players we will have four teams and schedule games beginning January 21st, otherwise there will be informal play. Registration will be held at the Town Hall on December 9th and 16th from 9:00 to 12:00
There are 2 Funtime Programs held at the Town Hall Gym on Thursdays, for children and their parents. The fee is $20.00 for 18 mo. to 36 mo. and $25.00 for 3 to 5 yrs old - per 10 week session, a new session will begin in January.
Water Aerobics begins December 4th at the High School Pool from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. The fee is $32.00. There are 8 classes.
FEBRUARY 2000 VACATION HAPPENINGS
OPEN GYM - BASKETBALL
Open Gym Basketball will be held at the South Street School on February 20 thru the 23rd on the following times:
Grades K - 4 9:00 - 11:00
Grades 5 & 6 11:00 - 1:00
Grades 7 & 8 1:00 - 3:00
OPEN HOLIDAY SWIM
Open Swimming will be held at the High School Pool on February 20 thru the 23rd from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
MAGIC SHOW WORKSHOP
Two Magic Shows with Tom O’Brien will be held on February 21st at 10:00 and 11:00 a.m. a third show will be held at 12:00 if the first two shows are filled. Advance registration is required and will take place at the Park and Recreation Office at the Town Hall between Monday and Thursday between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. Class size is limited to 20 per show, there is a $4.00 fee for materials.
MIME SHOW WITH ROBERT RIVEST
Robert Rivest will be performing his Mime Show on February 22nd at the South School at 10:00 a.m. Advance Registration will take place at the Park and Recreation Office at the Town Hall between Monday and Thursday between 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Please note our fees are subject to change.
Cancellations - Please listen to WTIC AM or call 842-8937.
REGULATIONS FOR THE USE OF WINDSOR LOCKS PARK AND RECREATION FACILITIES OTHER THAN REGULARLY PARK SPONSORED ACTIVITIES
Groups Which May Use Facilities
Group A - Activities conducted for the direct benefit of park and recreation
sponsored activities and all other Windsor Locks based clubs,
groups, organizations, leagues and residents.
1) Windsor Locks church and church organizations
2) Windsor Locks non-profit organizations, Lions,
Knights of Columbus etc.
3) Windsor Locks based clubs and leagues
4) Windsor Locks school groups
Group B - Any Windsor Locks businesses
Group C - Any money making organization who wish to use the
facilities will be dealt on an individual basis.
Group D - Any Windsor Locks based group that falls into Group A
that wishes to host a State or Regional Tournament will be
dealt with on an individual basis.
II. REGULATIONS FOR USE OF FACILITIES
Time of Use:
A. Town Gymnasium - During the week may be used after 5:00 p.m. and up
to 10:00 p.m. The same schedule applies on the
B. Pesci Pool - During the week subject to recreation pool schedule but no
later than 10:00 p.m. The same schedule applies on the
C. Parks and Fields - During the week and on weekends from 9:00 a.m. to
dusk. The lighted field may be used up to 10:00 p.m.
It is understood that the above listed policy may not cover all situations. If such a situation arises, the Park Commission or the Recreation Director acting on the behalf of the Commission may adjust the reservation and/or the fee.
The Park Commission reserves the right to refuse any Group B applicants.
All groups using any facility must name the Town of Windsor Locks as an additional insured for liability.
If circumstances warrant, a group may apply for an extension of the 10:00 curfew of the lighted field.
All requests must be submitted in writing to the Park and Recreation Office 30 days prior to use. Proof of Liability Certificates must accompany request.
Fee Schedule Per Day for Use of Facilities:
Facility Group A Group B
Parks No Fee $50.00 up to 4 hours
Fields No Fee $50.00 up to 4 hours
Lighted Fields Per Meter $35.00 per night
Pool If exclusive use, If exclusive use,
lifeguard fee lifeguard fee
Town Gymnasium $25.00 up to 4 hours $25.00 up to 4 hours
$100.00 all day $100.00 all day
USE OF PUBLIC PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS
SECTION 1 PARK AND RECREATION AREAS: The following public parks and
recreation areas shall be subject to the rules and regulations set forth
in this Ordinance:
SECTION 2 HOURS OF OPERATION: The parks and recreation areas shall be
open during such hours as may be determined by the Town of Windsor
Locks Park Commission (Commission). When so determined, said hours
shall be conspicuously posted at each park of operation and/or fails to
post established hours of operation, the parks(s) or recreation area(s) shall
be from dawn to dusk. During formal recreation programs sanctioned and
conducted by the Town of Windsor Locks Department, staff members of
said department shall have control over such programs and those areas of
the park or recreation area where the programs take place.
SECTION 3 HUNTING AND FIREARMS: No person shall hunt, or carry or
discharge any firearm, as defined in Connecticut General Statues
on or within any park or recreation area within the Town of Windsor
Locks, unless he or she is an authorized law enforcement officer.
SECTION 4 FISHING: No person shall fish in or upon any of the waters within or
adjacent to any park or recreation area except in accordance with such
rules and regulations as from time to time may be established by the State
of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection or the
SECTION 5 DOGS: No person shall bring or cause to be brought into any park or
recreational area any dog(s) unless said dog(s) is leashed and curbed
under the control of such person. All animal excrement, from dogs or
other animals must be immediately contained and thereafter removed
by the animal’s owner or custodian, as the case may be.
SECTION 6 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES: The possession or consumption of
alcoholic beverages on or within park and recreation areas is prohibited
without a permit from the State of Connecticut Department of Consumer
Protection, Liquor Control Commission and written permission from the
SECTION 7 USE OF PARK AND RECREATION AREAS BY GROUPS: The
Commission or the Park Director may issue permits to groups or
organizations to use certain designated areas of a park or recreation
area for group or organization activities. As a condition to the issuance of
such permits, the Commission or Park Director may require police
protection for said activity. Any required police protection shall be at the
sole cost of the group or organization securing the permit, and shall be in
addition to, not in lieu of, any police protection required by other
ordinances of the Town of Windsor Locks.
SECTION 8 SMOKING: Smoking of any type by persons under the age of
eighteen (18) is prohibited.
SECTION 9 REFUSE AND RUBBISH: No person shall dump, deposit, discard
or cause to be discharged in or upon the waters and grounds of any
park or recreation area any rubbish, refuse, litter, garbage, or similar
waste material except in marked receptacles provided for such purposes.
SECTION 10 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY: No person shall destroy, deface, damage
remove, or in any way diminish the value of any park or recreation
area, or any part thereof, including, but in no way limited to, buildings,
structures, trees, shrubs, vegetation, facilities, or installations.
Furthermore, no golfing of any form is allowed.
SECTION 11 PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE: No person shall destroy, molest, kill,
injure, capture, or in any way harm any birds, game, or wildlife on or
within any park or recreation area.
SECTION 12 NOTICES, SIGNS OR POSTERS: No person shall erect, place, or
post any notice, sign, poster, advertisement, or other form of visual
communication in or upon any park or recreation area except as may be
required or permitted by any federal, state or local agency, including the
SECTION 13 TRAILERS AND CAMPING AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES: No
person shall drive or cause to be driven any trailer, camping vehicle,
recreational vehicle or similar mobile facility designed to provide camping
or living accommodations, into or upon any park or recreation area, for
the purpose of using such vehicle or facility for camping or living
SECTION 14: CAMPING: No person shall camp or remain upon the grounds of
any park or recreation area beyond the hours of operation of the park
or recreation area without a written permit from the Commission or
SECTION 15: SALE OF ARTICLES: No person shall sell or offer for sale any
article on park or recreational areas of the town or advertise or solicit
for any purpose therein, unless written permission is granted from the
Park Commission, and any other appropriate or applicable local state
SECTION 16 OPEN FIRES: No person shall kindle, use or maintain any open
fire in or upon any park or recreation facility except within specifically
designated areas and within receptacles or fireplaces specifically
designed for such purpose. Any person using said fireplaces or
receptacles shall not leave the immediate area of the fireplace or
receptacle unattended or unextinguished.
SECTION 17 GAMBLING: No person shall play, engage in, conduct, participate
in, or caused to be played or conducted, any game of chance or other
gambling or gaming activity in or upon any park or recreational area.
SECTION 18 OPERATION AND PARKING OF MOTOR VEHICLES: Persons
shall operate and/or park their motor vehicles, including automobiles,
trucks, motorcycles, motorbikes, ski-mobiles, and minibikes, in or upon
any park or recreation area in compliance with such rules and
regulations as may be established and posted or displayed by the
Commission or the Town of Windsor Locks Police Department.
SECTION 19 COMPLIANCE WITH OTHER LAWS: Any person, group or
organization using any park or recreation shall abide by all federal, state,
and local laws and ordinances in existence or as may be modified or
SECTION 20 ENFORCEMENT: The Town of Windsor Locks Police Department shall
be charged with the enforcement of the provisions of this ordinance, and
any person found in violation of this ordinance shall be subject to a fine in
an amount no greater than $99.00, in addition to any other fines or
penalties which may apply.
Adopted by the Park Commission, March 8, 1999
Normal Routine Phone Number: (860) 627-1461
Part of the north-south I-91 corridor that stretchesfrom the Canadian border to Long Island Sound, Windsor Locks is served by AMTRAK and major bus lines. Bradley International Airport is served by these major airlines: American Airlines Northwest Airlines United Airlines U.S. Air Business Express Trans World Airlines Continential Airlines Delta Airlines Soutwest Airlines Midway Airlines Shuttle America Freight is served by CONRAIL, all principal airlines and many common carriers.
Windsor Locks Public Library 28 Main Street Windsor Locks, CT 06096 Tel 627-1495Hours of Operation
Tuesday -- Thursday -- 10:00-8:30
Friday and Saturday -- 10:00-5:00Link to: Windsor Locks Public Library
Windsor Locks Public Schools dedicates itself, in partnership with the community, to create a dynamic learning environment which inspires each individual to set high goals, to succeed, and to continue learning.
Department of Curriculum & Technology
Ms. Margo Marvin, Director
Links- State of Connecticut Strategic School Profiles
Link to: Windsor Locks Public School Admistration
Link to: Windsor Locks High School Home page
Link to: Windsor Locks Middle School Home page
Building permits including electrical, mechanical, and plumbing permits are generally required where
there is work involving new construction, repairs, alterations, additions, or changes of use to buildings and structures.
The Building, Planning & Zoning Department hours are: Monday through Wednesday 8:00 a.m -4 p.m. Thursday 8:00 a.m - 6 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m 1 p.m. For more information contact Mr. James Plumridge - Building Official, or Catherine Dorau - Building and Zoning Assistant. phone (860) 627-1447
Licenses available from the Office of the Town Clerk & Registrar of Vital statistics.
Marriage Fee $30.00
Dog - Male or Female 16.00
Dog - neutered male or
spayed female 6.00
Game license various Town Clerk and Registrar William R. Hamel (860) 627-1441
a. He shall be a United States Citizen; b. He shall have attained the age of 18 years; c. He shall be a bona fide resident of the town in which he seeks to be admitted. (A bona fide resident is one whose fixed home is in the town in which he applies and to which home or town he intends to return when he is temporarily absent.)
In addition, any citizen who will have attained the age of 18 years on or before election day may register in the 180 day period preceding that election, with such registration being effective on the citizen's 18th birthday. (Sec. 9-12, 26th Amendment to U.S. Constitution, and Article 6 of Connecticut Constitution as amended).
Seventeen year old persons may register to vote and enroll in a party at any time. Their right to vote becomes effective on their eighteenth birthday. Students at Windsor Locks High School registered to vote on May 20th, some of whom will not be eligible to vote until December 1996. When they become eligible the registrars send a form to tell the person they have been placed on the voter list.
During the 1995-1996 fiscal year, 319 residents registered to vote, 355 voters were removed from the voter list because the registrars received information that the voter had registered to vote in another town, had moved out of Windsor Locks, had been convicted of a felony, or had passed away.
6,967 Voter Canvass cards were mailed in March of 1966 as required by law. Approximately 1500 voters did not return their card. Not returning a card may result in delays when attempting to vote in an election, primary or referendum. Other problems noted were illegiblewriting and failure to sign the card as required by statue.
The next Voter Canvass must be completed by May 31, 1997, Therefore Canvass cards should be received in February of 1997. Voters who do not return their canvass card within 30 days may receive a NOTICE OF INTENDED REMOVAL FROM THE VOTERS LIST. Anyone returning a canvass card with a change of address (in town or out of town) must SIGN the card or the registrars will be required to send the above mentioned form which requires a response within thirty days. If this form is not returned, that person's name will be removed from the voter list.
The Connecticut Motor Vehicle Deparytment (MVD) encloses an application to become a voter when they send out license renewal forms. Anyone who is not sure they are registered in Windsor Locks should call the Registrar of Voters office. (654-1619), leave your name and telephone number on the answering machine, and we will respond with the information you need.
The MVD also sends a report "Motor Voter Address Change List" by Town frequently. Persons listed as having moved out of town are removed, at once, from the Voter List. A NOTICE OF REMOVAL FROM VOTER'S LIST, a return envelope, and a mail invoter registration card is sent to the voter's old address. If it is returned undeliverable it is mailed to the new address. If the form is returned stating, and SIGNED, that the MVD has made a mistake, the voter will be returned to the voter list. When a change of address is given within the town, the registrar enters the new address and no form is sent. Voter moving within town should be aware the move may result in a change in their voting district.
The Registrars of Voters work part time. The office telephone number is 654-1619. Please leave your name, telephone numberand the best time to call you on the answering machine and we will get back to you to answer any questions or to send out mail in forms for registration, party enrollment , address changes or name change.
Noden Reed House, 58 West Street, Windsor Locks, CT
Noden Reed House & Barn
May through October:
Sundays and Wednesdays 1:00 - 5:00 pm
Groups by appointment
National Register of Historic Places
|Bradley International Inn||34 Old County Rd||860-623-2533|
|Bradley Ramada Inn||5 Ella Grasso Turnpike||860-623-9494|
|Budgetel Inn||64 Ella Grasso Turnpike||860-623-3336|
|Days Inn||185 Ella Grasso Turnpike||860-623-9417|
|Fairfield Inn by Marriott||2 Loten Drive||860-627-9333|
|Doubletree Hotel||16 Ella Grasso Turnpike||860-627-5171|
|Homewood Suites||65 Ella Grasso Turpike||860-627-8463|
|Motel 6||3 National Drive||860-292-6200|
|Sheraton Hotel||Bradley International Airport||860-627-5311|
|Baymount Inn & Suites||64 Ella Grasso Turnpike||860-623-3336|
|Car Rentals (Windsor Locks, CT)|
|Airways Rent-A-Car||550 Spring Street||860-627-9009|
|AVIS Rent A Car||Bradley Int'l Airport||860-627-3500|
|Budget Rent a Car||Bradley Int'l Airport||860-627-3660|
|Dollar Rent A Car||593 Elm St.||860-627-9048|
|Enterprise Rent A Car||12 Ella Grasso Turnpike||860-292-7061|
|Hertz Corporation||Bradley Int'l Airport||860-627-3850|
|National Car Rental||Bradley Int'l Airport||860-627-3470|
|Thrifty Car Rental||75 Ella Grasso Turnpike||860-623-8214|
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