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Do not ignore your bill. Please provide the Assessor with the proper documentation for an adjustment to your motor vehicle assessment.
Please refer to Vision Government Solutions Website/.
Please visit our Tax Payment Portal to view and pay your taxes.
Permit Fee Table.. please be aware there is an additional processing fee for using credit, debit or Pay Pal. If paying by cash or check there is no processing fee.
We have thirty days to review your application. Many applications don't take that long, but 30 days is the maximum time for a review, approval or denial.
This depends on the type of project your doing and your zoning district. Please contact Zoning at 860-253-6355 for more information.
Call the office number 860-253-6370 between the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday (except holidays). Please have your permit number or numbers and contact info when you call.
Sorry we are not able to recommend contractors or design professionals.
You can check it on the State of Connecticut E-License site https://www.elicense.ct.gov/Lookup/LicenseLookup.aspx
That depends. Plans for 1 and 2 family homes will need 2 sets, a 3rd set will be required if Health Department approval is required. For anything beyond a 1 or 2 family house at you will need 3 sets, a 4th set will required if Health Department approval is required.
The street file for your property may have a survey. Please come to the Building Inspection Department at Town Hall, Monday - Friday (excluding holidays) between the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to see if there’s a survey in your file.
The decision around the use of Fermi High School after the schools are consolidated is out of scope for the Enfield High School Building Committee. This is a decision that will be made by the Board of Education and Town Council.
You can pay your ambulance bill by contacting Comstar Billing
Please contact Comstar billing to get a copy of your ambulance bill. You can reach them by phone at 978-356-3344 or online
1st floor of the Town Hall 820 Enfield Street , Enfield , CT 06082
Please fill out our Pool Fill Adjustment Form
Please fill out our Leak Adjustment Form
Please fill out the Deduct Meter Read Form
Please fill out the Deduct Meter Registration Form
Payroll for TOE employees , Treasury, General Services, and Tax/ Assessor
The office number for the Enfield Fire District No.1 Fire Marshal is (860)745-1878.
The Fire Marshal's office is available Monday through Friday, from 8.00 AM to 4.00 PM
Keep in mind, each Fire District has a separate Fire Marshal
If your question is in regards to one of the other Fire Districts, the contact numbers for those Fire Marshals are;
Hazardville Fire District: (860) 749-8344
Thompsonville Fire Distict: (860) 745-3365
North Thompsonville Fire District (860) 745-2946
Shaker Pines Fire District (860) 749-8552
You need to be at least 18 years old to be a Regular Member.
To be a Cadet Member you need to be at least 14 years old.
Fleet Maintenance maintains all Town vehicles and equipment, including Police, Ambulance, Refuse & Resource Management, Highway and Buildings & Grounds departments.
Fill out an online application in Job Openings
Yes, we require a separate application for each individual job posting.
No, once a job posting has closed, the applications are not retained.
Sign up for "Notify Me" and get and electronic notification when a new position is posted.
The Magic Carpet runs:
Bus passes may be purchased at Enfield Transit at 299 Elm Street.
All of our buses are handicapped accessible, including a lift and wheelchair passenger area. However, if you have a disability that prevents you from accessing the bus stop and/or getting on the bus, you may qualify for ADA Paratransit service. ADA paratranstit service provides door-to-door transportation within 3/4 miles of either side of the Magic Carpet route. Download an online application. Following the return of the application, all prospective passengers will be scheduled for an interview. Transportation to the interview will be provided. For more information, call 860-253-6401.
Dial-A-Ride, an on-demand bus service for the elderly and disabled, may also be an option for you. For more information on both of these services, please call 860-272-3545 or check out the Dial-A-Ride webpage.
In order to obtain the reduced fare, passengers must present a Government Issued Medicare card, or a State issued photo identification card available by from the CT Transit website.
Renter's Rebate starts on April 1st.
We need to see all income for the previous year (a tax return if filed) as well as all rent and utilities paid for the previous year. If you are under 65 proof of disability may be required.
The Community Renewal Team (CRT) starts making appointments for Energy Assistance at the End of August. The program runs from November 15th to May 1st, please call 860-560-2694 to schedule an appointment.
We fingerprint town residents for free every Wednesday from 6PM-8PM and every Saturday from 9AM-11AM. Non-residents may pay $50 for services.
Citizen civilian complaint forms are available online and can either be mailed or brought to the police department at 293 Elm St.
Please fill out the Connecticut Voter Registration Form
Additionally, a sewer use charge billed directly to each household and business owner based upon their specific water consumption would provide the town with a more equitable means of sharing sewer costs. Households that conserve water would pay less than high-volume sewer users. This change would likely be more attractive to residents, the commercial and industrial community, and it would provide the town with additional external funding resources not available to municipalities that use property tax-based funding systems. For instance, under the property tax model, many joke that your car pays for sewer service.
The 24 hour window for clearing of snow and/or ice begins when the Director of Public Works declares the event that caused the deposit of snow or ice to be over.
The Director of Public Works will use visual as well as scientific means to arrive at this conclusion. He will utilize the town’s weather service to determine if any further accumulation will occur.
Please fill out the Dog License Form
Please fill out the Birth Certificate Request Certificate
Please fill out the Death Certificate Request Form
Please fill out the Request for Copy of Marriage License
The Town Council Meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month. When there is a holiday on that Monday, the meeting moves to the following Tuesday.
Fill out the Voter Registration Look Up page.
Visit the Annual Budget Page.
Fill out the Gazebo/Town Green Application.
Visit the Sign Board Informational Page which included the rules and regulations, calendar detailing availability, and application.