Thursday 2 July 2015

East Woodstock


Charter Oak Federal Credit Union and The Citizens National Bank Donate Money for Replacement Defibrillators

L-R:  Allan D. Walker, Jr., First Selectman, Town of Woodstock; Kayla Burgess, Branch Manager of Putnam’s Charter Oak Federal Credit Union; Sonya Armstrong, Branch Manager of Dayville’s Charter Oak Federal Credit Union; George Dimopoulos, Branch Manager of Woodstock’s Citizens National Bank; Allan Kelly, Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid Trainer and Volunteer Fire Fighter/Dive Team

WOODSTOCK AWARDED $450K STEAP GRANT!  Many thanks to First Selectman Allan Walker, State Representative Mike Alberts, and State Senator Tony Guglielmo whose support made this necessary and exciting project funding happen for our town!


The Town Hall will be closed on Friday, July 3rd, for the Independence Day holiday. 

Please note:  The Transfer Station will be closed on Saturday, July 4th!  It will, however, be open as usual on Friday, July 3rd and Sunday, July 5th.

Budget and School Roof Projects Referendum Results

  • Budget passes 455 to 94
  • School Roof Project passes 485 to 62
  • Of 4,732 registered voters, 550 votes were cast = 11.54% voter turnout

Power Point Presentations: for the Roof Project and The May Farm

Approved FY15-16 General Government Budget

Approved FY15-16 Education Budget

Many thanks to Savage Systems of Putnam!
View video-recorded Board of Finance meetings.

Woodstock Receives Municipal Power of Change Award!  Award recognizes outstanding achievement in energy efficiency
Read press release.



It's June and time to renew your Dog License !  

Calculate YOUR Taxes with the FY15-16 Mil Rate

FROM THE BUILDING OFFICE:  Online building permitting is now available!
Click to get started. 


Assessments Online: Vision Appraisal

Land Records Online: IQS

Voter Registration Online: Registration Form

Day Camp at Crystal Pond: 2015 Registration Form

Pay Taxes Online

Please click here for scam alert from Northeast  Utilities.

white violetYes, the Town of Woodstock does have an official Town Flower!  Recently, a resident posed this question, and after some research by  Judith Gries of the Beautification Committee, we have the answer.  It is the White Violet


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