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SCADA Initiative
The Stafford Coalition Against Drug Abuse – SCADA - is an active alliance working to reduce and prevent substance use and abuse in the Town of Stafford and neighboring communities.
SCADV Initiative
Critical support for victims of domestic violence including safety planning, emergency shelter, court advocacy, counseling and support groups, among other services.

Auditing Services RFP

TOWN OF STAFFORD REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR AUDITING SERVICES LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF STAFFORD, CONNECTICUT REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL PROFESSIONAL AUDITING SERVICES May 19,2022 The Board of Finance (the Board) for the Town of Stafford, Connecticut is requesting proposals from qualified firms of certified public accountants for auditing services. The Board will receive proposals at the office of the First Selectman until 4:30 pm on Thursday, May 26, 2022 at which time no further proposals will be considered. Request for Proposal forms may be obtained on the Town of Stafford's website at The Town of Stafford is an Equal Opportunity Employer. [More Information]

West Street Road Closure for Water Main Break – 5/18/2022

West Street Road Closure for Water Main Break â€" 5/18/2022 West Street will be closed from Park Street (Route 140) to Center Street for water main repairs. Motorists should use Center Street and Route 190 as an alternate route.

FY 2022-23 Budget Referendum Information

The referendum for the FY 2022/2023 Town of Stafford budget will be held at the Stafford Public Library on Wednesday May 25, 2022, between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Registered voters and those property owners qualified to vote in Town Meetings may vote in person on that day or obtain an absentee ballot from the Town Clerk’s Office. Attached with links below are the Legal Notice of Referendum and informational handout on the FY 2022/2023 budget. [More Information]

Ellington Beach Pass application for Stafford residents

see attached information for details: [More Information]

Town of Stafford Job Postings

Now accepting applications for: Summer Recreation Program Coordinator; Summer Recreation Program Assistant Coordinator; Police Officer. Please see attached for details. [More Information]

5-18-2022 Town Fiscal Year 2022-2023 budget

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Stafford Memorial Day Parade & Ceremonies

​The Stafford Memorial Day Services & Parade are a time to honor the men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country. Beginning with dedications at our five local cemeteries, the day progresses to the Memorial Day Parade that salutes our armed forces, and concludes with a memorial service at the American Legion Post 26. [Visit Site]

Stafford Child Safety Day

Don’t miss the fun and educational activities children and their families can enjoy at the upcoming “Stafford Child Safety Day” being organized by West Stafford School. This free (rain or shine) event will be held on Saturday, May 14th from 2:00-4:00pm at Stafford High School located at 145 Orcuttville Road in Stafford Springs. Stafford Child Safety Day will feature several “Touch-a-Truck” options featuring a police cruiser, fire trucks, an ambulance, a high-tech satellite truck, several military vehicles, an environmental display, an aerial drone demonstration, interactive traffic safety displays, a dental truck to explore and more! An exciting fair weather option will be viewing the Trooper One helicopter from the CT State Police Aviation Unit! [More Information]

Town of Stafford Newsletter

Attached is the Town of Stafford Newsletter, a new publication with important town department updates, information about upcoming meetings, and opportunities for you to share your perspective and get more engaged with your local government. [More Information]

Stafford Economic Development Commission vacancies

The Town of Stafford Economic Development Commission (EDC) has several vacancies and is seeking resident professionals, local business owners, creatives, and/or entrepreneurs to fill these important positions. The mission of the Economic Development Commission is to develop economic resources in the Town of Stafford through the retention, promotion, and engagement of existing businesses while attracting new commercial, industrial, and cultural investments that complement the character of our community. The EDC is a volunteer board that holds monthly evening meetings. Having served on the Economic Development Commission including time as Chairman, I appreciate the importance of this committee and its role in facilitating an improved quality of life in Stafford. Now as First Selectman, championing this committee and sound economic growth remains an important vision. EDC initiatives and oversight include (but are not limited to): continuing to assist in the development of our EDC website, advocate as well as be a liaison for local businesses, play a role in the Stafford Brownfields Initiative, host events that allow for lively engagement between the public and private sectors, and work on a tax incentive ordinance to bring new business to town. If you think you would like to serve on the EDC, please fill out the attached Application of Interest form and return it to my office at 1 Main Street, Stafford Springs, CT 06076 or via email at If you have questions, please call 860-684-7777. Salverio P. Titus First Selectman [More Information]

Plan of Conservation and Development Survey

The Plan of Conservation and Development (or POCD) is a comprehensive plan for Stafford’s future. The State requires The Planning and Zoning Commission to prepare POCDs every ten years. Developing a POCD provides us an opportunity to reflect on our collective vision of our economic, natural and social environments. We then create goals and tasks to accomplish that vision. The purpose of the online survey is to gather feedback and better understand important issues to Stafford residents while helping to shape a community vision for the future. Stafford’s POCD adoption is slated for June 2022.  [Visit Site]

Recent phone scam targeting Seniors

A savvy Stafford senior contacted us to let us know about an attempt to get sensitive personal information from them by phone. The name of their health insurance company showed up on the caller ID, and the caller claimed that Medicare was updating their card number information and asked the senior to give them their Medicare number and start date. [More Information]

American Rescue Plan Act

The Town of Stafford is looking for your feedback on how to plan and prioritize use of the Town’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds, approximately $3.5 million (half of which the Town received in May 2021, and the balance of which will be received in May 2022). Funds can only be used in accordance with the Act, which generally allows for the support of public utilities, elements of economic development, elements of social services, pandemic-related emergency services, and recovering lost municipal income. Your response will help inform the Stafford ARPA Committee on community needs and how to prioritize funding that will provide long-lasting benefits to residents and businesses. [Visit Site]

Staffordville Lake Informational Email Distribution

The Town of Stafford has implemented a new email distribution list regarding Staffordville Lake. Residents of Staffordville Lake are encouraged to sign up for this informational distribution list for the latest updates on Staffordville Lake by visiting the link below. [Visit Site]

Scam Alert!

The Stafford Resident Trooper’s Office and Troopers/Officers throughout the State have been overwhelmed with online fraud cases. PLEASE…if anyone online asks you for money, especially in the form of a gift card for ANY reason, call your State/Local police immediately and DO NOT SEND IT! Talk to all of your elderly and/or intellectually disabled friends/family today and pass it on! Check with the professionals before you give away your hard-earned money this holiday season or ever. [More Information]

Public Notice for EPA Brownfields Cleanup Grant

The Public is hereby notified that on December 1, 2021 the Town of Stafford will apply for a Brownfield Cleanup Grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Brownfields Program. If funded, the grant would provide funding for the cleanup of the former Earl M Witt School site located at 20 Hyde Park Road in Stafford, Connecticut. A public Zoom meeting will be held on November 22, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. to present the draft application and ABCA and to solicit input from the public, prior to submittal of the application on December 1, 2021. The meeting and instructions on how to access the remote participation platform are provided below here: [More Information]

FY 2023 School Readiness

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Call Center -- COVID-19 Vaccine Information

The Vernon Regional Call Center serves residents of Vernon, East Windsor, Somers, Ellington, Tolland and Stafford and can help you schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment. The call center is open 8:30 am-4:30 pm Monday-Wednesday, 8:30 am-7 pm Thursday, 8:30 am-1 pm. Friday. Please call 860-896-4568

Board of Education Job Postings

Job Posting(s) for the Stafford Board of Education [Visit Site]

CT ALERT - Emergency Notification System

The State of Connecticut has implemented a state-of-the-art emergency notification system to alert residents anywhere in the state about life-threatening emergency conditions. The system is used for emergency public safety messages from state agencies. Municipalities also use it for local emergency updates. [More Information]

Rotary Letter and Application

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Input Sought for Stafford Redevelopment Priorities

We have an opportunity to revitalize and reimagine the use of various properties in Stafford. Please weigh in on the types of redevelopment and revitalization options you think will best serve Stafford in the future. If you haven't already, take this short survey about community priorities and needs: [Visit Site]

Leonard Road Bridge

The Town of Stafford has been working diligently to procure funding for the repair of the Leonard Road Bridge located at the intersection of Leonard Road and Route 319. This bridge was closed in the interest of public safety as a result of the Connecticut Department of Transportations last inspection. We have been notified of a commitment to fund for the replacement of the Leonard Road over Furnace Brook - Bridge # 04778 through the Local Transportation Capital Improvement Program (LOTCIP). The LOTCIP application for this project has been approved and has committed $1,712,000 for the construction costs related to the replacement of this bridge. The Local Capital Improvement Program is a State of Connecticut funding mechanism that distributes formula-based entitlement funds to municipalities to reimburse the cost of eligible capital improvement projects such as bridges. The final engineering and permitting is now in process. The Town still has much work to conduct prior to the start of construction but finally has a financial basis for which to proceed. As further progress advances, the Town will provide public statements to keep residents informed. Please feel free to contact the Department of Public Works in the Warren Memorial Town Hall for any additional information regarding this exciting project.

Warren Memorial Town Hall • 1 Main Street • Primary Department Hours: M-W: 8-4:30, Th: 8-6:30

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