April 15, 2021 – Composter and Rain Barrel Sale – The Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments (NVCOG), which the Town of Wolcott is a member of, is making available to its member towns a special price for backyard composter and rain barrels. An online store is available at http://www.nvcogct.gov/compostersale to purchase the items you want. They will be delivered on Saturday, June 19th to your choice of either Cheshire or Southbury for pickup. You can learn more from the flyer provided by NVCOG which is available by clicking here.
April 15, 2021 – UPDATED information for the restaurant industry regarding the American Rescue Plan Act. Click here to find out more.
April 7, 2021 – At last night’s Town Council meeting, Mayor Dunn presented the proposed general government budget for the period of July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022. To review the proposed general government budget, click here.
March 16, 2021 – Under the latest American Rescue Plan Act, there is $28.6B earmarked specifically for the restaurant industry. Click here to find out more.
March 1, 2021 – Town Hall has re-opened to the public. Wolcott residents and members of the public may come in and transact business in person. COVID protocols must be followed by wearing a mask and remaining six feet apart from others. For those not comfortable coming into Town Hall, you may still interact with Town Hall staff remotely via phone, mail, email, and the website.
February 19, 2021 – A Dog Adoption Application is available for those interested in adopting a dog from the Wolcott dog pound. The application contains instructions for filling it out and submitting it. You can get the application by clicking here.
February 17, 2021 – FREE COVID-19 Testing is being offered by StayWell Health Center. It will be held on Saturday February 20th at the Wolcott Youth Center located at 48 Todd Road from 9:00AM-11:00AM. No appointment is necessary. Drive-ups and walk-ups are welcome.
February 14, 2021 – We have been notified by the Chesprocott Health District that the vaccination registration for Wolcott seniors 75 and older is extremely low. Therefore, Chesprocott will be holding a vaccination clinic on February 24th at the Wolcott Senior Center. We are limited to 100 vaccinations at this clinic and will sign up on a first-come, first-serve tiered system. We will begin with those 75 and older, followed by those with underlying health issues and co-morbidities. If there are still slots available, we will move to individuals 65 and older. For those who do attend the clinic, they will be registered for their second follow-up vaccination.
If you are 75 years or older and do not already have a vaccination appointment elsewhere, please call the Wolcott COVID Hotline to register for one of the available slots. The number is 203-718-5900. There will be no walk-ins accepted.
February 14, 2021 – As a service for our residents, the Town of Wolcott is implementing a COVID hotline. Residents can call with questions regarding COVID and the vaccination process. We will be catering to those individuals who may not have access to a computer or a smartphone and feel they are not getting the answers they need to understand the vaccination process.
The hours of operation are Monday – Thursday from 9:00AM – 1:00PM. The hotline number is 203-718-5900.
December 22, 2020 – Free salt and sand are available for Wolcott residents two days a week at the Wolcott Recycling Center and Public Works Facility located at 48 Todd Road. The material is available from 7:00AM-3:00PM on Wednesdays and 8:00AM-3:00PM on Saturdays. Bring your driver’s license to show proof of Wolcott residency. Residents are limited to one 5-gallon pail of each product per address.
December 22, 2020 – New interactive mapping features have been added onto our website. You will find the “Interactive Regional Map Viewer” located under the Community menu and the “Regional Recreation Guide” located under the Recreation & Leisure menu. Try them out and let us know what you think.
October 13, 2020 – Grant Notice – biking/pedestrian bridge spanning the Cornelis Dam (part of the Scovill Trail). Read more about it here.