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Greetings from Colebrook Town Hall. Tonight, the Board of Selectmen will present its fiscal year 2024/25 proposed budget to the Board of Finance. Key components of the Selectmen’s budget are funding for Town Hall, the Department of Public Works, Fire … Continue reading
Greetings from Colebrook Town Hall. In 1988, Colebrook passed an ordinance establishing the Town’s Capital Improvement Program Committee. The group is comprised of representatives from the Board of Selectmen, Board of Education, Board of Finance, Planning & Zoning Commission, Fire … Continue reading
NOTICE TOWN OF COLEBROOK Notice is hereby given that the audited Financial Statements for Regional School District No. 7 for the year ending June 30, 2023, as prepared by King, King & Associates, PC, are on file at the Town … Continue reading
Town of Colebrook Launches Fraud Alert to Notify Property Owners of NewTransactions Through IQS, the Colebrook Town Clerk is providing a free new tool to help property owners protect one of their most valuable assets. With Fraud Alert, you can … Continue reading
A large set of keys was found on Prock Hill Road. If you are missing keys or know someone who did, please contact the Selectman’s office. 860-379-3359 Ext 201
The Town Garage will no longer accept brush, tree limbs, tree trunks or any other residential yard waste. Please bear with us until we are able find a way to dispose of this waste.
Folks, I received this information from our Eversource representative and I am passing it along for your perusal. Regards, Chris Johnstone As it did last winter, the cost of energy supply is expected to once again increase when we transition … Continue reading
Hello Colebrook Residents, As this week comes to an end, I would like to bring you all up to date on events and the Status of projects and things that have transpired and things that will be happening next week. … Continue reading
To All Colebrook Residents: Yesterday the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) approved the Metropolitan District’s (MDC) application to abandon its rights to use approximately 10 billion gallons of water stored between elevation 644 feet and 701 feet … Continue reading