Till further notice the Hampton Town Hall will be closed to the public. Only Officials and Staff are allowed. Requests for services and information will be made by phone,mail, and email. All events and Meetings- Hearings are cancelled at this time. HES Will close this afternoon. The DPW and Transfer Station will remain functioning. Please note that Community Health Mitigation mandates that “Social Distancing” is paramount. Unfortunately many of us will get sick, but we can “Flatten the Curve “by not everyone falling ill at the same time. That way family and friends have the opportunity to care for each other.
In the present focus on hygiene of hands, devices and personal space. Treat all objects you bring into your car and home as needing sanitation. We will work through this viral intrusion into our lives together.
Dogs six months or older must be licensed. Current dog licenses expire on June 30th, 2020. Dogs are licensed through the Town Clerk’s office. Current owners should be receiving a renewal notice by mail. New owners, or those who are new to town can visit the Town Clerk's page for an application and mail in - or drop off the application with applicable documentation and fee. Late fees begin August 1st. Please email or call with any questions.
Hampton is a small town that depends on its residents for volunteering in a myriad of ways. I’d like to use this opportunity to thank the many citizens for their countless hours of work which keeps our town going. I encourage all Hamptonites to get involved with our town, whether by serving on a committee, volunteering in our fine schools, helping out your neighbors, or finding your own way to contribute.
- Allan Cahill, First Selectman
Please drop by Town Hall during business hours with any comments or concerns or just to say hello. Feel free to email me at email@example.com or call (860) 455-9132, ext. 2. Anytime
LETTER FROM FOOD PANTRY
Dear Friends in Hampton,
The Food Pantry at Hampton Congregational Church has been generously supported by friends and neighbors in the area. We want to be sure that those who would benefit from our pantry receive what they need. Please encourage people who might need access to non-perishable food items to reach out. Some funds are available in the form of grocery gift cards which can be used to purchase bread, milk, eggs and perishable items. In addition, we are in touch with individuals who would be willing to pick up and deliver groceries. For assistance contact the person below that you are most comfortable with.
Karen Burnham 860-208-6013
Lisa Grady 860-428-9565
Allan Cahill 860-942-9542
Pastor Jinny Smanik 860-490-9730
Governor Lamont: Schools to remain closed, distance learning to continue for the rest of academic year.
Meals on Wheels delivers on Friday to seniors over 60 five frozen dinners. Order by Wednesday at 860-934-1006.
Starting Monday any children in Hampton can receive breakfast-lunch to go. They can show up Monday, Wednsday and Friday 8-9 down by the gym. Do not have to call ahead.
Tax Drop Box for Tax Payments in Windham
The Town of Windham public works has installed a drop box outside the Windham Townhall for the convenience of all taxpayers who are looking to make tax payments through this time of "crisis". Thank you to Bill Rose and the Town of Chaplin, for donating the drop box.
Zayne R. Ring, CCMC
Trails in Black, Yellow (partial-NW Section), Red-White Loop and Red Until Further Notice
Tax Collection Pamphlet Tax Collector Pamphlet
Food Pantry at the Hampton Congregational Church is available to anyone in Town. Tuesday and Wednesday contact: Church Administrator. Kelli Postemski: 860-455-9677 or Any day Pastor Jinny Smanik 860-490-9730.
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