Town of Wilton - Tax Office 238 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 This department is located in the main building on the Town Hall Complex. Its employees are responsible for the…More calculation and collection of taxes that apply to property, sewer and water capital, and sewer uses in Wilton.
Town of Wilton - Animal Control 238 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Animal Control handles all issues and emergencies with animals that effect the town of Wilton. The office is located in…More the Annex Building on grounds of the Town Hall complex.
Town of Wilton - Town Clerk 238 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 The Town Clerk's office is located in the main building at the Town Hall complex. The office processes much of the…More public registration activity for individual residents of Wilton, such as issuing absentee voting ballots, selling dog, hunting and fishing licences, and filing birth, marriage and death certificates. It also keeps official town records.
The Board of Selectmen consists of five elected officials who make up the legislative and administrative divisions of…More the town's government. Terms last two years, during which the selectmen and women are responsible to oversee and answer for all town government business.</p>
<p>The First Selectman's office, which is regularly available to address concerns of residents, is located in Town Hall.</p>
<p>Board meetings, which are open to the public, are held on the first and third Mondays of every month.</p>
The Wilton Health Department is in charge of enforcing state health codes in the private and public community sectors…More of the town. Specifically, this department's oversight pertains to septic systems, town water, and restaurants.</p>
<p>This office is located in the Annex Building on the Town Hall complex.</p>
Inland Wetlands Department 238 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 The Inland Wetlands Department is a division of the Town of Wilton Environmental Affairs office. The Department oversees…More the use and protection of the Inland Wetlands area.
The Conservation Commission operates in the Annex Building in the Town Hall Complex. The body includes seven members…More who oversee the use of and development on Wilton's land and natural resources, as well as manage over 1,000 acres of the town's parks.</p>
<p>The commission acts as an advisory board to planning and zoning and the Inland Wetlands Commission. Altogether the three comprise the portion of town government mainly responsible for regulating land use.</p>
Town of Wilton - Assessor's Office 238 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 The Assessor's Office is located in the main building at the Town Hall Complex. It is the department of the town…More government that reviews appraisals for all property in Wilton and determines eligibility for tax relief.
The Finance Department for the town of Wilton is located in the Town Hall Building. When residents call the numbers…More provided, they reach the same automated voice message that lists a directory, including the Chief Financial Officer.</p>
Connecticut State Representative Peggy Reeves 56 Hemmelskamp Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Rep. Reeves was elected to her first term in the State House of Representatives in 2008, following 44 years in town…More government and community service. She earned her BA at Connecticut College and her J.D. at Pace University Law School. She has been a resident of Wilton since 1978.
Town of Wilton Parks & Recreation Department 180 School Rd, Wilton, CT06897 The Parks and Recreation Department, the main occupant of the Comstock Community Center, oversees over 200 acres of the…More towns recreational land and facilities. Under its supervision, among others, is Merwin Meadows Park, Middlebrook Multi-Purpose Athletic Field, Post Athletic Field, Allen's Meadows, Gilbert and Bennett, Comstock Community Center, a playground, basketball courts, and baseball and soccer fields.
The Wilton Town Hall is the town's main government building, defined by its large white columns. It was originally…More 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>
Zoning is conjoined with Planning in one department under the direction of the First Selectman.
Appeals can be…More made through official application by residents or businesses for variances or exemptions from the zoning regulations. The Zoning Board of Appeals, which consists of six members, is the body that admits and processes the applications.</p>
<p>The Planning and Zoning Department is located in the Annex Building in the Town Hall complex.</p>
Elections Department 238 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 The Elections Department operates from the Town Hall Building. It is the body that registers voters in the town. It…More offers two registrars, one representing the Democratic Party and the other representing the Republican Party.
The Wilton Building Department is located in the Annex Building on the Town Hall Complex. It is a government office…More mandated by Connecticut statute to inspect construction sites and investigate violations to make sure that all structures meet the standards of the State Building Code. Properties that are subject to review and require permits include materials and heating as well as electrical and plumbing systems.</p>
<p>The Building Department also makes sure that contractors and residents who intend to build have submitted the proper paperwork and received the appropriate approval.</p>
Town of Wilton - Department of Social Services 180 School Rd, Wilton, CT06897 The Department of Social Services operates out of the Comstock Community Center, where the Department of Parks and…More Recreation is the main occupant. Social Services provides civic services to residents who need crisis intervention and counseling, as well as information about other services at the local, state and federal levels.
Under the direction of Thomas Thurkettle, Wilton’s Public Works Department is responsible for the repair and…More maintenance of Wilton’s drainage system and public roads—fixing pot-holes, clearing snow and ice during the winter, removing winter sand in the spring and maintaining the city’s road system.</p>
<p>The Public Works Department oversees the town's solid waste and recycling operations, including the Wilton Refuse Transfer Station. The office is located on the Town Hall Campus, along with some of its chief facilities including a road sand/salt storage facility and the public works garage.</p>
Youth Services is located in the Comstock Community Center. It began in 1988 as a section of Social Services…More advised by the Wilton Youth Council and the Commission on Social Services. Since then it has gone through two major administrative expansions, one in 1995 and the other in 2002.</p>
<p>Today it offers support to children in Wilton through crisis intervention, short-term counseling, advocacy, and case management.</p>
Wilton's Post Office is located on 15 Hubbard Rd., behind the town library. It is a mid-sized facility with a free…More parking lot.</p>
<p>The Post Office has P.O. boxes and offers passport applications, along with many other services.</p>
Wilton Public Schools Board of Education 395 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 The Board of Education is the body responsible for voting on the policies that govern the schools in the town's…More district. It consists of six members who are elected to serve four-year terms. The office is attached to the Wilton High School. The Board welcomes all letters and emails but cautions senders that all written communications belong to public record.
The Wilton Refuse Transfer Station is managed by the Department of Public Works. A permit is required to access the…More station; however, permits are being offered free of charge this year (as of July 1) by the Town Clerk’s office. The free permits, valid for one year each, allow Wilton residents to dispose of and recycle many household materials, such as metal, glass and plastic. Most materials can be disposed of free of charge, while items such as tires, furniture and Freon appliances require the use of tickets (also obtained from the clerk’s office) that sell for $3 to senior citizens and $4 to all other Wilton residents. Disposal of hazardous waste (such as antifreeze, glue, brake fluid, etc.) is permitted only on Wilton’s annual “Hazardous Waste Day.”</div>
<p>The transfer station also allows residents the option of transporting and disposing of their garbage themselves, in lieu of having it picked up at their homes for a fee.</p>
Marhoffer Fire Station, or Station 2, is part of the Wilton Fire Department that provides services for an area of…More 26.8 acres and about 18,000 residents.</p>
<p>The Fire Department provides 24-hour fire, rescue and emergency medical services and hazardous material mitigation from its two stations. The main office is headquartered at 236 Danbury Rd. in the Town Hall Municipal Campus. Both stations are staffed with career Firefighter/EMTs.</p>