New Library Hours for The Cornwall Library:
November 1, 2017 - April 30, 2018

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 12-5
Wednesday: 12-6
Thursday: 12-5
Friday: 12-6
Saturday: 10-3
Sunday: 12-3 (Sunday New York Times available each week!)


Information From Eversource: Avoid Scams

Read the Cornwall Town Report 2016-2017


Yellow Pages delivery starts November 29, 2017; opt out by clicking the link above.


Board of Assessment Appeals will be accepting applications for a hearing to appeal real estate assessments on the 2017 grand list. The deadline is February 20, 2018. All completed applications must be in to the Town Hall by the deadline to be given a hearing. Applications are available at the Town Hall.


Media Release: CT DOT Announcement re: warning signs and pavement markings marking curves on state roads

The Planning and Zoning Commission will be holding its annual
“Progress of planning in Cornwall” Meeting at 10am Saturday January 20 (snow
date February 3) at the Town Hall. This meeting will offer all commissions and
groups working towards making Cornwall a better place the opportunity to share
with the community their recent accomplishments and goals.

While this Meeting is mostly an opportunity for groups to share
information, we will also touch on the new Town Plan. Our October kick-off meeting
at the Cornwall Consolidated School started the process and resulted in many
citizens interested in working on the new Plan. There are still openings on
several subcommittees, which we hope to finalize after this meeting.

Representatives from town Boards, Commissions, Agencies and community groups,including but not
limited to the Cornwall Board of Selectmen, Cornwall Economic Development Commission, Cornwall Conservation Commission, Cornwall Energy Task Force,Cornwall Inland Wetlands Agency, Cornwall Committee for Seniors, Cornwall Board of Finance, Cornwall ZBA, the Housatonic River Commission, Cornwall Recreation, Commission, Cornwall Agricultural Commission, Northwest Hills Council of
Governments, Cornwall Housing Corporation, Cornwall Conservation Trust,Cornwall and Regional Boards of Education, Committee for Seniors, Cream Hill Lake task force, and West Cornwall Water/Septic Study Group have shared every year and will again be given the opportunity to share with the community their recent accomplishments and goals. Our meeting is open to the public and public comment will be allowed.

 


 

The FINAL version of the WC Septic Wastewater Management Study report.


 

Click here to see pictures from the most recent public events in Cornwall

 

The New Swap shop 

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Notices and Announcements

Copy of the Draft report of the Cornwall Road Safety Audits

 

 

Radon test


Read the short biography of Ginny and Bob Potter written by Brenda Underwood


Transportation survey by The Northwest Hills Council of Governments Click here to read it.


Press Release  regarding your taxes from Office of the Assessor,Town of Cornwall


 

Check out the the Slideshow of pictures that have been used in the past on the Cornwall website frontpage.

Click here if you want to see some of the of the Slideshows Richard Griggs created over the years.

Click here if you want to see the videos taken in Cornwall over the years.

 

In order to reach residents in the event of an emergency, the Town of Cornwall, in accordance with the Town Plan, is compiling an Emergency List with telephone numbers and email addresses. This list will be available only to Cornwall administrators and emergency crews. For your safety we hope you will comply with this voluntary request.
Concurrently, a second Contact List is being compiled, including telephone numbers, email addresses, and other information you might wish to include, like children's contact information, which will be posted on the Cornwall Web Site. This list is for anyone wishing to be included, where their information will be available to others.
Individuals will be responsible for keeping the information up to date.

Please fill out the form here to be listed either on the Emergency List or on the Cornwall Website Contact List

The tax collector is pleased to announce that you can now manage your Cornwall tax accounts with a new online system. You can pay your bills using credit cards or e-checks (some fees apply) at your convenience, 24/7.
Now you can Pay your Taxes online
Many of your questions can be answered via the FAQ .


Proposed Capital Plan for Fiscal Years 2014 – 2018
Click here to read about the Accessory Apartment Revolving Loan Fund
Please note that a detail version of the BOE budget is available on the CCS Web Site under Board of Education.
Amendments to the Cornwall Zoning Regulations