Wilton Town Hall

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<p>The Wilton Town Hall is the town's main government building, defined by its large white columns. It was originally constructed by contractor Wales Lines deBussy in 1930 and a dedication ceremony was held on Valentine's Day in 1931, which featured a wide range of programs including Wilton's opera stars of the time, Mario Chamlee and his wife Ruth Miller.</p>
<p>The Town Hall houses offices for the selectmen, town clerk, tax collector and treasurer and a vault for important town and land records, among other offices and documents.</p> <p>The Town Hall Annex abuts it and includes offices for planning and zoning, building, health, and public works departments.</p> <p>The Town Hall complex also houses the Basil Burt Animal Shelter, a road sand/salt storage facility, and the  Department of Public Works Garage.</p>
238 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT 06897
(203) 563-0100
  • Fax: 203-563-0299
  • Fax: 925-355-1501
  • Hours: By appointment
  • Hours: Daily, 8:30am - 4:30pm; 8am - 4pm (during the summer)
  • Accessible: yes
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