|COVID-19 Information for Weston Residents
Date Posted: 3-24-20
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Includes important links, updates from your town and state, and information regarding closings.
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Election Update: Primaries are postponed to June 2nd
Attention Title Searchers and Real Estate Attorneys: Land Records can now be viewed online https://connecticut-
|Contacting Town Staff
Date Posted: 3-20-20
Even though Town offices are closed to the public, our staff is still reachable by phone or email. Click here for the Town Directory.
|Animal Control Officer warning regarding rabies
Date Posted: 3-10-20
Click here to read a message from ACO Mark Harper
|2020 Plan of Conservation and Development
Date Posted: 3-01-20
Click here to view the 2020 Draft Plan of Conservation and Development prepared by the Planning & Zoning Commission and Milone & MacBroom.
The April 4th Public Hearing has been Postponed. New date TBD.
The Conservation Commission Meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 26th, has been postponed to the next regularly scheduled meeting date of Thursday, April 23rd
|Hazardous Waste Day & Shredding Day
Date Posted: 2-19-20
Due to the uncertainty that COVID-19 brings us, we are postponing these events To view Hazardous Waste Days for neighboring towns.- click here.
|Board of Selectmen's Recommended Budget FY 20/21
Date Posted: 2-18-20
Board of Selectmen's Conveyance Letter to Board of Finance
FY 2020-2021 Budget Summary
FY 2020-2021 Budget PowerPoint
|Warning: Be aware of email scams
Date Posted: 2-15-20
Our Weston Police Department would like to make you aware of a current email scam going around. Please read this important notice.
|Valley Forge Road is now OPEN!
Date Posted: 2-07-20
|Legal Notice From Board of Assessment Appeals
Date Posted: 1-31-20
Click here to read notice
|An Important Message from our Animal Control Officer
Date Posted: 1-23-20
There is a major increase in coyote activity due to mating season and preparing for denning (they are looking for food). This will go on through the end of February.
PLEASE KEEP YOUR PETS SAFE. Little to medium size dogs should be on leash when outside, large dogs should be kept track of also. Early mornings, late afternoon and evening are the most active times for coyotes, but they are on the prowl all day long.
Please report any problems and sightings to Weston Animal Control at 203-222-2642.
Mark Harper, Weston Animal Control Officer
|Important Primary Election Information
Date Posted: 1-21-20
January 28, 2020 If you are currently registered in a political party and you wish to change your party to vote in the respective primary, you must change you party affiliation by this date
April 23, 2020 Deadline for new voters, and for unaffiliated voters, to enroll in a party for voting in its primary. For new voters, mail-in applications must be postmarked, or received by Registrar of Voters or voter registration agency, by this date. For unaffiliated voters, the mail-in application must be received (not merely postmarked) by the Registrar of Voters by this deadline.
April 27, 2020, 12 noon: In-person enrollment deadline, for new voters and unaffiliated voters enrolling in a party in person at Town Hall, for voting in primary
|Get Involved In Town!
Date Posted: 11-01-19
The following Board, Committees and Commissions need more members! If you would like more information about these volunteer opportunities, contact Randi Derene at 203-222-2656 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for list of current vacancies and expired terms.
Date Posted: 10-28-19
The Town is creating a Temporary Public Works Advisory Committee and is looking for up to 7 members.
The purpose of this committee is to provide suggestions to improve services, operations, safety, and employee quality of life for both the Transfer Station and Public Works operations.
The Town has a vacancy on the Insurance Advisory Committee.
The committee usually meets no more than five times a year for purposes of discussing renewal for Health Insurance, Workers Comp and Liability, Property & Auto coverage. Meetings usually take place in the winter. Experience working in the insurance industry is highly desirable.
According to our Town Charter, we need to keep all Town committees politically balanced, so at this time we cannot consider a Republican candidate.
If you are interested in being considered, please email Randi Derene in the Selectmen's Office at email@example.com Please include your resume, CV or something similar.
|2018 Citizen Survey
Date Posted: 10-24-19
Results from our 2018 Citizen Survey are in - see what residents of Weston are saying!
|Proposed Weston Public Library Addition
Date Posted: 10-08-19
An application is currently before the Weston Historic District Commission to determine the appropriateness of the proposed addition to the Weston Public Library.
Click here to view floor plans, design and vision for this arts and innovation space.
Click here to see the application submitted to the Historic District Commission.
The Board of Selectmen anticipates that the design and construction costs for this project would be fully funded by a private donation.
The Historic District Commission will be holding a public meeting on Wednesday October 16th at 8pm in the Meeting Room to vote whether to certify this design as appropriate for the historic district.
|2020 Town Plan of Conservation and Development - Community Workshops
Date Posted: 6-23-19
As part of the update to the Town Plan, consultant Milone & MacBroom, Inc.presented two community workshops that focused on open space, pedestrian connectivity, sustainability and housing.
Click here to see the slideshow presented at the October 10th workshop
|What does the future look like for Town Center?
Date Posted: 6-10-19
Milone & MacBroom Inc. (MMI) presented their findings and recommendations for the Town Center to the Planning & Zoning Commission on June 24, 2019. This project is a key element of Weston’s Town Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) update.
The Planning & Zoning Commission held two workshops with our consultants, Milone & MacBroom. They shared with the public their preliminary thinking regarding the future of our Town Center and engaged in a collaborative process with the public to hear public comments regarding, and to refine, these ideas.
|AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE NATURE CONSERVANCY
Date Posted: 5-23-19
Nature Conservancy’s Katharine Ordway Preserve (off Goodhill Rd) is closed until further notice due to reports of aggressive coyotes which are likely denning on the preserve. No visitors are allowed during this time. Please call the Animal Control Officer (Mark Harper) to report coyote incidents at 203-222-2642. The Nature Conservancy may be reached at 203 226 4991 ext 116
KEEP YOUR PETS SAFE THIS SUMMER
|Eversource's "Redding to Wilton Project"
Date Posted: 5-17-19
For the latest news, please visit: https://www.ct.gov/csc/cwp/
|Notice of New Transfer Station Fees
Date Posted: 5-13-19
The following Transfer Station Fees will take effect July 1, 2019: $2.50 per sticker for trash bags up to 30 gallons in size containing household waste, with discounted pricing of $1.25 per sticker for residents qualifying under the Town of Weston’s Tax Relief for the Elderly Program and 83 cents per sticker for residents qualifying under the State of Connecticut’s Elderly Homeowner’s Tax program.
|Public Hearing Notice - Altice
Date Posted: 5-10-19
The Weston Board of Selectmen invites you to attend a public hearing on July 11th at 7:30pm here in the Town Hall Meeting Room. The purpose of the meeting is to allow the public to comment on a proposal from Altice to install two cabinets (to hold telecommunications equipment) in Weston. One cabinet would be installed near Bisceglie-Scribner Park on Newtown Turnpike. The other cabinet would be installed on Fanton Hill Road near the intersection of Fanton Hill Road and Old Easton Turnpike.
Documents supplied by Altice
1- VRAD Decision Letter
2- Cabinet Information
3- Cabinet - Concrete Pad Overview
4- Altice USA Unveils "Generation Gigaspeed"
5- Map of Newtown Turnpike Location
6- Photo of Newtown Turnpike Location
7- Map of Fanton Hill Road Location
8- Photo of Fanton Hill Road Location
|Weston's Marketing & Communications Advisory Committee presents...
Date Posted: 4-02-19
a comprehensive marketing report presented to our Board of Selectman on March 21, 2019. Click here to see the presentation.
|Important SCAM ALERT from Eversource
Date Posted: 3-21-19
Read this important message from Eversource!
|2019/2020 Budget Information
Date Posted: 3-11-19
2019/20 Budget Review Schedule
|2019 Tree Trimming and Tree Removal Plans
Date Posted: 2-28-19
Below are maps made by Eversource for your reference. If you believe you know of trees that need to be considered for removal or trimming, please contact our Tree Warden, Bill Lomas, at 203-331-6035 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2019 Eversource Tree Removal Road Map
2019 Eversource Tree Trimming and Removal Road Map
An important message from Animal Control Officer Harper regarding coyotes and safety
|Want to get more involved in Town?
Date Posted: 2-26-19
We have a vacancy on our Sustainability Committee, Commission for Children & Youth, Board of Ethics as well as 3 vacancies on our Veterans Committee.
Click here to find out more!
|2020 Town Plan of Conservation and Development
Date Posted: 2-01-19
For more information on the preparation of the update to the Town’s Plan of Conservation and Development, please click here
|Weston Field Club Documents
Date Posted: 1-07-19
1- Purchase and Sale Agreement
Proposed Town Green
Take a look at the wonderful presentation our Beautification Committee made at the Board of Selectmen meeting on June 6th.
Date Posted: 11-07-18
The following ordinance was adopted by the Board of Selectmen on January 17, 2019:
-New Ordinance Prohibiting Waste Associated with Natural Gas and Oil Extraction
The following two new ordinances and two ordinance amendments were adopted by the Board of Selectmen on December 6, 2018:
|Eversource's Proposed Redding to Wilton Upgrade Project
Date Posted: 11-06-18
Click here to view Eversource's Presentation made to the Board of Selectmen on November 1st, 2018.
The BOS will host a Public Hearing on Eversource's Wilton to Redding project on Thursday, December 13th at 7:30 pm in the Library Community Room. At this meeting, Weston residents and property owners will be encouraged to pose questions directly to Eversource representatives.
|Information session about the Town of Weston’s property revaluation process
Date Posted: 11-05-18
On October 29th 2018, the Weston Town Assessor and representatives from eQuality held an information session about the Town of Weston’s property revaluation process. Now that you have received your revaluation notices, get all your questions answered by watching our information session on video. See link below:
|Cavalry Road Bridge Replacement Project
Date Posted: 11-01-18
There will be a Public Information Meeting for the Cavalry Road Bridge Replacement project on February 20, 2019 at 7:30pm here in the Weston Town Hall Meeting Room, 56 Norfield Road. Click here to read more:
|Would you like to be added to our Emergency and Reassurance lists?
Date Posted: 10-17-18
Click here to read more about this service provided by Weston’s Department of Social Services
|Announcement regarding The Weston Forum
Date Posted: 10-11-18
We are saddened to learn that the Weston Forum has closed. Please know that we will be launching a new Facebook community page to serve as a portal for all events, happenings, and good news in Weston, Connecticut.
We will let you know soon as we have it up and running - which will be shortly.
|An important message from our Weston Police Department
Date Posted: 10-07-18
On 1/6/2019 Officers from the Weston Police Department were made aware that the three USPS mail boxes located in the Weston Center had been forcefully pried open and its contents removed during the overnight hours. Two of these mailboxes are located outside of the Post Office and the third is located between Weston Road and Camelot Real Estate. You may be affected by this incident If you placed mail in any of the aforementioned mail boxes between 1pm on 1/5/2019 and 10am on 1/6/2019. This incident is currently under investigation by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the Weston Police.
|Message from our Tree Warden, Bill Lomas
Date Posted: 9-24-18
Bill would like you to know that he is going to be marking dead trees for removal with a GREEN ribbon. Other trees that will be marked with a RED ribbon are for review by Eversource for potential removal. Please do not remove these ribbons. If you have any questions please contact Bill at email@example.com or 203-331-6035.
|The Tax Collector office will now be open Monday through Friday, 9 to 4:30
Date Posted: 8-30-18
|A Message from First Selectman Chris Spaulding
Date Posted: 8-28-18
As the summer draws to a close, and many of you are busy with the start of a new school year, I hope everyone had a restful and enjoyable summer. For our part, we have been very busy this season and we have a host of exciting new community initiatives coming soon and will be interested in your thoughts. We have also hired or will be hiring a new Director of Public Works, Director of Youth Services, Assistant Town Clerk, Assistant Tax Collector, Social Services Director and Town Floater position. We are thrilled with our candidates and new hires and know they are eagerly anticipating working with you. In the coming months we will be working on a new website as well as a host of mechanisms to foster enhanced communication between the town and citizens. Your feedback will be critical and we will be putting out a survey to all of town in the near future. For those of you who have recently moved to town, I want to personally welcome you and let you know the town is here for you. Please, do not hesitate to reach out with any questions. Watch this space for more info.
|Lachat Town Farm - Farmers Market
Date Posted: 8-26-18
The Lachat Farmers Market is a monthly event with local farmers, vendors, catering food trucks, children's programming, and live music. Lachat is dedicated to sustaining the bounty of local food and skilled craftsmanship. The market takes place on the last Friday of each month from 4-8pm from June through October with a Holiday Market in early December. The Lachat Farmers Market serves as the social heart of Weston! Sign your child up for an educational program so that you may peruse and shop from local vendors. Meet friends and dine from the gourmet food trucks while you listen to live music! Click here for more information
|WESTONSTOCK - A Gathering in Weston, CT
Date Posted: 8-23-18
Saturday, Sept 15th from 2pm to 8pm at the Weston Historical Society. 6 hours of PEACE, FESTIVITIES & MUSIC. Click here for more information.
|Police Crisis Training - Friday, August 17th
Date Posted: 8-15-18
On Friday morning, August 17, the Weston Police and a range of law enforcement and emergency response services will be training at Hurlbutt Elementary School for crisis incidents. Click here for more information
|Bisceglie Pond will be closing for the season on Sunday, August 19th
Date Posted: 8-14-18
Date Posted: 8-06-18
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Weston Middle School Gymnasium
6:00 AM - 8:00 PM
|Town of Weston Notice of Special Town Meeting
Date Posted: 7-09-18
A Special Town Meeting is scheduled to take place on Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 6:45pm in the Town Hall Meeting Room ..click here to read full notice.
Click here to read the proposed lease agreement between the Town of Weston and Friends of Lachat, Inc.
|Downed wires ??
Date Posted: 5-21-18
The Town is compiling a list of downed wires that are still a nuisance around town. Please take a photo and email it to our Selectman's Office along with the exact location. (firstname.lastname@example.org) Thank you!
Date Posted: 5-21-18
The following Weston roads will be paved between the end of May and the end of July:
Old Easton Turnpike
Old Stagecoach Road
High Acre Road
*If you are traveling in those areas, please allow for extra time*
|VOTER REGISTRATION SESSION FOR UPCOMING PRIMARIES
Date Posted: 5-01-18
In preparation for the August 14th Democratic and Republican party primaries, the Weston Registrar’s Office will be holding a special voter registration session on Tuesday, July 31 from 12 to 2 PM in their offices at Town Hall. The Registrars will be available to hear requests by persons previously removed from the rolls to add their names back to the registry list and to register new voters. Click here to read more...
|THE RESULTS ARE IN!
Date Posted: 4-04-18
Shall the Town of Weston establish an enclosed, approximately 3 and ½ acre dog park on the town-owned 36 acre parcel on Davis Hill Road as depicted in a visualization map and in accordance with a draft MOU between the Town and Weston Dog Park, Inc., both of which are available on the town website and in the Town Clerk’s office?
|2018/19 Budget Information
Date Posted: 3-11-18
The 2018/19 Budget Passed!
Town Operating Budget: 498 YES/133 no
Board of Ed Budget: 456 YES/177 no
Capital Budget: 499 YES/131 no
Referendum: April 28th from 9am to 8pm: The adjourned referendum voting will be held in the Town Hall Meeting Room, Saturday the 28th from 9am to 8pm. If you will be out of town that day, absentee ballots are now available in the Town Clerk's office which is open from 9am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Curbside voting will be available on the 28th for those that are physically unable to come into the polling location.
|NEW DATES! Special Town Meeting and Machine Ballot Vote for Proposed Dog Park
Date Posted: 3-09-18
Special Town Meeting March 22, 2018 at 7pm
Weston Middle School Cafeteria
Machine Ballot Vote, April 4th from 6am to 8pm
Weston Town Hall Meeting Room
Click here to see Legal Notice
Click here for info about absentee ballots and the April 4th dog park vote
The Planning & Zoning Commission has received an 8-24 referral for the proposed dog park. Click here for more information, including the latest cost estimates.
Date Posted: 3-06-18
Board of Selectmen Initiatives
From the First Selectman: Weston Residents: In light of the recent announcement of Compo Beach Pass rate increases, we want you to know we are aware of your strong interest in this topic. We will be placing this item on the February 1st Board of Selectmen agenda for further discussion.
Memo from the Westport Director of Parks & Recreation regarding Compo Beach Emblem Fee Increases - click here to read
Act now to stop receiving phonebook deliveries - Click here to read how
A Message from our Tax Collector -
A Message from our Assessor regarding Revaluations - Click here to read
-Questions and Answers about Property Revaluation
|2018 Tree Work
Date Posted: 12-20-17
Our Tree Warden has put together the attached map showing what tree work will be done in 2018. Click here to see the map.
|Weston made the NY TIMES!
Date Posted: 8-01-17
"Off the rail line and away from the shore, Weston is quiet and wooded. Houses are spread far apart, thanks to the minimum two-acre zoning, and there are no sidewalks. Commercial development is largely limited to a single plaza in the town center, where the market, pharmacy, hardware store and sole restaurant are housed behind identical brick storefronts... "
|Weston is voted 6th safest city in America!
Date Posted: 8-01-17
Click here for more information
|Hurricane Harvey and Irma - How can we help?
Date Posted: 8-01-17
A message from First Selectman Nina Daniel:
Residents of Weston, a small town with a big heart, would like to reach out to help the people affected by Hurricane Harvey and Irma. For those who wish guidance on how to help, the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army are "on the ground" providing critical aid.
|A message from First Selectman Nina Daniel:
Date Posted: 7-12-17
In your most recent property tax bill, please note a bright yellow reminder to register your dog(s) with the Town Clerk by June 30th, or as soon thereafter as possible. For the health and safety of your pet and others, licensing your dog is required by State law. This needs to be done by June 30th on an annual basis to ensure that your pet is up-to-date with rabies vaccinations. To read more click here
|Weston Youth Services has a lot of exciting programs to offer this fall.
Date Posted: 7-10-17
Click here for more information
|Weston Youth Services & Weston Parks & Recreation have a lot to offer this summer.
Date Posted: 6-29-17
Click here to read about : July 4th Celebration & Fireworks, Movie Under the Stars, Camps, Swim Lessons and Fitness Classes!
|Weston has a "NEW" Library Director!
Date Posted: 6-14-17
The Board of the Weston Public Library and the Board of Selectmen are pleased to announce that Karen Tatarka will be returning as the Director of the Weston Public Library. Karen is thrilled to return to our library and our community. The Town anticipates that Karen will begin work in Weston in early to mid-July.
|Our Weston Police Commission has nominated Stephan Grozinger as Citizen of the Year!
Date Posted: 6-01-17
The celebration is open to the public. Come join the commission in congratulation Stephan on Friday, June 9th at 6pm here in the Town Hall Meeting Room. Refreshments will be served. Read more about Stephan here.
|Town Roads to be paved this summer:
Date Posted: 5-09-17
Godfrey Road East
Paving will begin May 30th and continue through the end of July. Residents are urged to use caution when traveling and allow for extra time.
|THE BUDGET PASSED
Date Posted: 4-27-17
Here are the official Referendum results:
Yes No Blanks
Town Budget 507 71 2
School Budget 483 97 0
Capital Budget 493 85 2
|2017-2018 Budget Information
Date Posted: 4-10-17
|Message from our Tree Warden
Date Posted: 4-10-17
| Shredding Day is TOMORROW, May 6th
Date Posted: 4-01-17
"Shredding Day" is on Saturday, May 6th from 9am to 12noon
For more details click here
|Join the Community Planning Conversation
Date Posted: 4-01-17
The Weston Building Committee invites you to join Jane Philbrick at the Weston Libary for a conversation about a new Master Plan for the former Gilbert & Bennet Wire Mill site in Georgetown.
The meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 2nd at 7:30pm Read more ...
The Planning & Zoning Committee would like to thank all that attended their "Community Planning Conversation" held on April 22nd. Read their thank you note HEREClick here to view Hiram Peck's Planning and Zoning Land Use Community Conversation Presentation
|Click here to read the Town of Weston’s Stormwater Management Plan
Date Posted: 3-21-17
Members of the public can submit comments about the Plan to the State of Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental protection via email to DEEP.StormwaterStaff@ct.gov or via U.S. Mail to: DEEP. Water Permitting and Enforcement Division. 79 Elm Street. Hartford CT 06106, Attn: Karen Allen.
|A Message from Animal Control Officer, Mark Harper
Date Posted: 3-16-17
Spring is here and so are the bear! Please notify our Animal Control Officer, Mark Harper if you have any bear sightings. He is specifically on the lookout for a particular bear that has been tagged (yellow tags in each of it's ears). Mark Harper can be reached at 203-222-2642. Remember to keep your garbage safely locked up and bring in those bird feeders. Thanks!
|Update from CT DOT regarding Route 57 Construction
Date Posted: 3-05-17
Click here to see the two week schedule ahead
|Weston’s Response to State Fiscal Crisis
Date Posted: 2-27-17
By Nina Daniel, First Selectman
This First Selectman's report is offered as an update regarding our possible response to the threat of the State’s fiscal crisis and its impact on Weston.
The State's fiscal crisis and the Governor's proposed budget FY 2017-18 already are having a devastating effect on our community. Not only does the poorly performing State economy depress our housing values, the "solutions" under consideration in the Legislature to correct problems of poor job growth, out migration, declining revenue to State's coffers, and other negative economic indicators serve only to exacerbate the problems and propel us on a downward spiral toward State bankruptcy. Many people think we are already there. To read the full article, click here
|Hazardous Waste Day and Shredding Day 2017
Date Posted: 2-23-17
|Check out what is happening at the Weston Library during the month of March
Date Posted: 2-19-17
|Read this great article about a new website called The Weston Way! Created by our very own Strategic Planning Committee
Date Posted: 2-02-17
Crain's Connecticut writes: Weston reveals its ‘secret’ amid Connecticut’s regional tourism push
See the new website here: thewestonway.com
|News from our Transfer Station!
Date Posted: 1-20-17
In a couple of weeks our Transfer Station will be set up to recycle textiles (clothing, accessories, shoes and linens). All items accepted are listed here. Everything MUST be in closed plastic bags. The town will receive $100 for every ton of textiles.
|Would you be interested in joining Weston & Westport's Community Emergency Response Team? Read more below:
Date Posted: 1-17-17
|Look here to see whats going on at the Weston Library during the month of February
Date Posted: 1-03-17
Exciting programs for adults such as a WWII Series, Book Clubs, Mobile Device Tips and Sewing Machine Basics as well as Children's and Teen Programs like Storytimes, Pokemon Club, Play-Doh Days and Creative Writing Clubs.
|Parks & Recreation News Column
Date Posted: 12-15-16
Parks & Recreation and Youth Services has combined forces to produce a Fall/Winter Catalogue!
Need help registering? Watch this tutorial!
|See Proposed Renovations & Additions to the Weston Police Department below:
Date Posted: 12-05-16
Proposal with Regional Dispatch Layout
Proposal without Regional Dispatch Layout
|Tree Warden DECISION- November 11,2016 - Click here to read
Date Posted: 11-11-16
Back up documents regarding the Norfield Road tree posting - see below:
Letter from Chief Troxell
|Weston's FY 2016/17 Mill Rate is 28.56
Date Posted: 5-01-16
|Results of Tuesday’s presidential preference primary in Weston
Date Posted: 4-27-16
|Town of Weston 2015 Audit Report
Date Posted: 3-21-16
|Important Voter Information
Date Posted: 2-22-16
|First Selectman's 2016-17 Town Budget Information
Date Posted: 2-09-16
First Selectman's Proposed 2016-17 Town Budget Schedules
- First Selectman's 2016-17 Budget Power Point Presentation
|Board of Education 2016-17 Budget Information
Date Posted: 2-08-16
Superintendant's Executive Summary
|Important Messages from Animal Control Officer, Mark Harper
Date Posted: 2-05-16
-Attention all DOG OWNERS: As of March 5, 2016, the regulations pertaining to all dogs on leashes in Trout Brook Valley, in addition to the removal of waste, will be strictly enforced as per the Town's Dog Ordinance.
-Hybernation season is ending! Please bring in your bird feeders and garbage cans to keep bear from visiting your property.
|Other Important Information:
Date Posted: 2-02-16
The Weston Post Office will have new hours starting March 1st.
Hazardous Waste Day will be on Saturday April 30th and Shredding Day will be on Saturday May 7th. Click here for more info!
|Winter Storm Prep
Date Posted: 1-22-16
|Town of Weston 2016/17 Budget Review Schedule (Revised)
Date Posted: 1-12-16
Be informed! All meetings are open to the public and held here in Town Hall (except as noted).
|Watch our First Selectman's interview with "Meet the Leaders"
Date Posted: 1-07-16
Nina Daniel talk about the local economy, changing demographics and what the Weston Historical Society has to offer.
|Warm up this winter at the Weston Historical Society
Date Posted: 1-06-16
Read all about Mort Schindel's Weston Woods exhibit here.
|Weston Food Pantry has new management and new hours.
Date Posted: 1-06-16
|A message from First Selectman Nina Daniel: Welcome 2016!
Date Posted: 1-01-16
As we enter a New Year and turn the page on the old, we celebrate Weston as an exceptional community of neighbors, volunteers, families and professionals from many walks of life including business, finance and the arts.
Among many other attributes that afford a quality lifestyle to residents of all ages, Weston offers: Top ranked schools on a unified campus, committed to educational innovation and personalized attention to all students; The natural rural beauty of its land and open space; An unspoiled environment, clean water and pristine air; The ability of residents to enjoy an active social, intellectual and cultural life through participation in a wide array of community-led civic organizations; Proximity to New York City (47 miles to the south) with New Haven, Hartford, and Boston to the north; Numerous outdoor recreational amenities in town, with the beaches of Long Island Sound some 6 miles to the east.
As First Selectman of Weston, I value our citizenry first and foremost. With multigenerational family roots deep in the community, I know we are a "people" and not just a place or conglomeration of homes, buildings and facilites.
Going forward, I will bring this understanding to face the challenge of meeting the needs of all residents, parents, children, and grandparents alike. I will embrace a future for Weston that balances change with our historical roots and builds on four centuries of careful stewardship of our assests and people.
|An important message from our Tax Collector
Date Posted: 12-18-15
|Our Holiday Wish
Date Posted: 12-09-15
All of us at Town Hall wish you and yours a wonderful holiday season filled with happiness, joy and hope for a peaceful new year!
|Weston has been selected to participate in the state-wide post-Election audit.
Date Posted: 11-22-15
This audit will be held on Thursday, December 3, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. in the Weston Town Hall Meeting Room.
|A Message from our New First Selectman, Nina Daniel:
Date Posted: 11-12-15
As I take office as your new First Selectman, I am humbled by the privilege the electorate has afforded me to lead the people of Weston, my hometown of fifty years.
I congratulate all the candidates who ran for office on their willingness to be public servants. I especially applaud the people of Weston who voted in record numbers (45.86% of the electorate) in a municipal election.
I know that the mantle of leadership is heavy. I believe the hand of leadership should be light but firm. I pledge to serve all residents with fairness across generational, political and other divides. In that spirit, I ask that you join me in a call for unity and engagement in the process of forging a bright future for our lovely town.
|Guide to Waste Disposal And Recycling for the Town of Weston
Date Posted: 10-13-15
Important Information about the Transfer Station, Vehicle Stickers, Recycling and Waste
|Check out our new WESTON EVENTS link!
Date Posted: 9-15-15
On left side of this page, click on "What's happening around town" under WESTON EVENTS.
|Crafting a Strategic Plan for Weston's Future: Phase I
Date Posted: 7-07-15
|Important information from Mark Harper, Weston's Animal Control Officer, about the black bear sightings in town. Please read!
Date Posted: 7-01-15
An update from our Animal Control Officer, Mark Harper: Bear are still being seen in town. They continue to not be a threat to humans or pets. Please remember if you have bird feeders to bring them inside, keep your garbage cans locked, and report any future sightings to our Animal Control Officer 203-222-2642 or our Non-Emergency Communications Office 203-222-2600
|Weston has a new Facebook page!
Date Posted: 6-02-15
"Like" our new page and become more involved with the community
|Weston's new Dog Ordinance
Date Posted: 5-21-15
Becomes effective 6/19/15
|Weston Public Library:
Strategic Plan 2015-2018
Date Posted: 5-21-15
|New Mill Rate : 28.67
Effective July 1, 2015
Date Posted: 5-21-15
|Weston Youth Services Summer Programs
Date Posted: 5-10-15
|Weston Parks & Recreation Summer Day Camps
are now open for registration!
Date Posted: 4-28-15
New Sessions just added!
|Compo Beach Sticker Information
Date Posted: 4-08-15
Beach Sticker Application (mail in)
Link to Online Application:www.westportct.gov
*Beach Sticker applications are processed at Weston Town Hall between 10am and 3pm*
|First Selectman's 2015/16 Budget PowerPoint Presentation
Date Posted: 2-10-15
|Demographic Trends That May Impact School Enrollment
Date Posted: 2-04-15
|Trash Stickers Now Sold at the Transfer Station and Also at Town Hall
Date Posted: 2-01-15
|Red Cross Winter Weather Storm Safety Tips
Date Posted: 1-09-15
|Weston Financial Audit Report 2013 - 2014
Date Posted: 1-02-15
|2014 State Election - Weston Results
Date Posted: 11-04-14
|RFP - Parcel Mapping & Web-Based GIS Application
Date Posted: 10-15-14
RFP - Parcel Mapping & Web-Based GIS Application
|Living with Coyotes - Fact Sheet
Date Posted: 8-25-14
As coyotes have become more common in our area, the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection has published some information on "History of Coyotes".
|Weston Republican Primary Results - August 12, 2014
Date Posted: 8-12-14
Total names on official checklist at close of polls: 1834
Total number of voters: 309
|Weston Financial Audit Report 2013
Date Posted: 7-01-14
|Energize CT - Let's Work Together to Make This Program a Success!
Date Posted: 6-26-14
|Recycling in Weston - A Guide to Single Stream Recycling for Residents
Date Posted: 6-19-14
|Westport Compo Beach Stickers - Westport Parks & Recreation Office
Date Posted: 5-12-14
|2013 Revaluation Data
Date Posted: 2-27-14
|Board of Finance Budget 2014-2015
Date Posted: 2-24-14
|Map of Lachat Farm Property
Date Posted: 2-01-14
|Regional Council of Governments - Ordinance
Date Posted: 1-30-14
|Weston Grand List Shrinks by 12.4%
Date Posted: 1-28-14
|2013 Housing Data Profile for Weston
Date Posted: 11-20-13
2013 Housing Data Profile for Weston Prepared by the Partnership for Strong Communities
2013 Housing Data Profiles for Other Connecticut Towns.…Read More
|Council of Governments Overview - November 2013
Date Posted: 11-18-13
|Charter Revision Commission Final Report - November 7, 2013
Date Posted: 11-07-13
The Charter Revision Commission has submitted their final report to the Selectmen.
Final Report Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D
|CL&P Outage Map Enhancements
Date Posted: 11-06-13
CL&P Outage Map Enhancements - An Overview for State, Municipal, Regulatory and Legislative Leaders.
|Report of the Charter Revision Commission - September 12, 2013
Date Posted: 9-12-13
The Charter Revision Commission has submitted their report for changes to the Charter.
Charter Revision Commission Report
Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D…Read More
|Town of Weston Code and Ordinance's Approved
Date Posted: 6-12-13
At a Public Hearing on June 10, 2013 the following Code and Ordiances were approved: Ordinance to Adopt Code and Ordinance Revisions. FireArms Ordinance. Code Adoption Ordinance - Schedule A…Read More
|Juliana Lachat Preserve Master Planning Draft
Date Posted: 5-09-13
The Lachat Oversight Committee presented their Master Planning Draft at the Selectmen's Meeting on April 4, 2013.…Read More
|LACHAT FARM at the Juliana Lachat Preserve Presentation
Date Posted: 5-09-13
Lachat Farm at the Juliana Lachat Preserve Beautiful presentation showing plans for the Lachat Farm property.…Read More
|Weston Westport Health District Presentation on Arsenic in Well Water
Date Posted: 3-05-13
On Thursday, April 11th, the Weston-Westport Health District presented a report on arsenic in well water. There are two presentations: Arsenic in Ground Water and Health Implications and Weston Arsenic Study Update April 2013…Read More
|Foreclosure Mediation: Notice of Community Based Resources
Date Posted: 3-04-13
This information is being provided to the public in accoudance with PA 12-1 Section 129, eff. 10/1/2012. Foreclosure Mediation: Notice of Community Based Resources…Read More
|Aspetuck Land Trust Announces New Policies at Trout Brook Valley Conservation Area
Date Posted: 1-03-13
After a 12 month conservation and management study of its popular 1,009 acre Trout Brook Valley Conservation Area, Aspetuck Land Trust today announced new trail use policies that carefully balance…Read More
|Stormwater Management Plan 2011 Annual Report
Date Posted: 1-02-13
This annual report has been prepared in accordance with Section 6(i) of the State of Connecticut Department of Energy and Enviornmental Protection General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater from…Read More
|Stormwater Monitoring Results
Date Posted: 1-01-13
CDM has prepared a summary of the results from the 2011 stormwater sampling required under the Town's Stormwater Management Plan for the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Permit. This letter…Read More
|Underground or Overhead? Exploring Issues of Cost and Reliability.
Date Posted: 11-22-12
Interesting Article exploring overheard and underground power line issues. …Read More
|Watch Town Meetings on your computer.
Date Posted: 10-18-12
Watch Town Meetings Each week we will add new videos. We now have a new permanent "Link" on the Global Navigation Bar under Meetings - Look for Meeting Videos.…Read More
|Weston Emergency Procedures - Our Need for Volunteers
Date Posted: 1-26-12
We are looking for volunteers to help our Town respond to emergency conditions such as we have experienced in the past few months. We hope you will be able to help.
As we've learned from our last two "weather related" events in Weston, when we go for extended periods without power, many people in Town suffer due to the lack of basic necessities - such as water, heat and electricity to power the devices on which we all rely. CLICK HERE for more information. CLICK HERE for information on Neighborhood Captains and CLICK HERE for information on Shelters and Regional Shelters. Be informed - Be a Volunteer!!!…Read More
|Storm Related Questions and Answers from CL&P
Date Posted: 11-05-11
CL&P has provided some storm related questions and answers. Click Here to read this article.…Read More
|Weston Business Directory Now Available OnLine
Date Posted: 6-27-11
Our directory was developed by the Weston Department of Social Services to provide Weston families and seniors a comprehensive guide to businesses owned by Weston residents to promote the idea of community and Weston neighbors helping each other. CLICK HERE to view the new directory. …Read More
|2-1-1 Connecticut's Source for Health & Human Services Information and Referral
Date Posted: 1-01-11
United way 2-1-1 is a free community service you can use to get information and referral to health and human services and government resources 24 hours a day, every day of the year. As Connecticut approaches peak hurrican season, United Way of Connecticut wants to remind you that 2-1-1 is a source for hurricane preparedness information and can assist residents to find the resources they need in the aftermath of a storm. Click Here to link to the 2-1-1 United Way Website.…Read More
|Sign up for Notices of Board of Selectmans' Meetings and Special Meetings
Date Posted: 9-16-10
If you would like to be notified of Selectman's Meetings (with a copy of the agenda attached) and/or Special Meetings, please send your name and email address to: Webmaster@westonct.gov. This is a new service we would like to begin offering in September, so let us know if you are interested..…Read More
|New Link in About Weston - Important Links
Date Posted: 11-03-09
The Weston Community Service Coalition is a coordinated effort by many of the Weston organizations that engage in community service to promote such service to and by the people of Weston. Periodically, we will list on this web site the more immediate needs for community service volunteers. In addition, we will maintain an ongoing list of community service needs. In both cases, we also list the person to contact if you are able to respond to those needs. Finally, we will maintain a calendar that will list future events sponsored by our various community service organizations. …Read More
|Transfer Station Has Expanded Its Recycling Program
Date Posted: 6-29-09
The Weston Transfer Station is now accepting plastic recyclables numbered 1 through 7. Be sure to rinse the plastic containers well and remove their caps before depositing them in the proper bin.…Read More
Date Posted: 2-12-08
The Assessor's Office has published a new brochure entitled "Veterans' Exemptions". Click Here to view or print a copy.…Read More
|SWRPA Regional Plan of Conservation & Development 2006-2015
Date Posted: 2-06-06
The Regional Plan of Conservation and Development, 2006-2015 is the result of more than two-and-a-half years of effort on the part of the Board and staff of the South Western Regional Planning Agency (SWRPA). The Plan presents SWRPA's ten-year vision for Connecticut's South Western Region, which includes the cities of Norwalk and Stamford and the towns of Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Weston, Westport and Wilton.…Read More