Naugatuck Borough Administrative & Executive Departments 229 Church St, Naugatuck, CT06770 The mayor's office is located on the fourth floor of Town Hall, directly next to the Borough Clerk's office. The mayor…More is responsible for overseeing administrative duties in Naugatuck, also presiding over specific boards such as the Board of Mayor and Burgesses and the Board of Education. Visit the website for more information about the current mayor and how to reach him.
The finance department at Town Hall provides and centralizes financial management for the borough of Naugatuck. The…More department handles the borough's budgetary figures throughout each fiscal year.</p>
<p>The finance department, which is headed by Controller Wayne McAllister, is located on the fourth floor of the Town Hall at 299 Church St. McCallister can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.</p>
The Naugatuck Housing Authority oversees public housing developments in the town, which are state- and…More federally-funded projects. Headed by Public Housing Manager Barbara Breen, the housing authority manages the Oak Terrace state housing, the two George B. Lewis complexes, the Lewis Circle housing and the Robert Hutt Congregate building.</p>
<p>The housing authority's main office is located on Ida Street, in a residential section of Naugatuck.</p>
The office of the Mayor's Aide is located directly next to the mayor's office on the fourth floor of Town Hall. The…More aide acts as the liaison between the public and the mayor's office, and assists in writing grants that pertain to the mayor's office.</p>
<p>The current mayor's aide is Edward Carter. He can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com.</p>
Naugatuck Borough Administrative & Executive Departments - Purch 229 Church St, Naugatuck, CT06770 Naugatuck's Purchasing Department coordinates the buying of all the town's resources, as well as bids for major and…More capital projects. The current purchasing agent is Wendy Hozer, who works under the town's finance department. The Purchasing Department is located in the elevator-accessible basement of Town Hall. Hozer can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Naugatuck Public Works & Recreation 246 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT06770 Naugatuck Public Works & Recreation contains two of the town's most important government office. Headed by…More Superintendant Robert Roland, the Parks & Recreation Department is responsible for maintaining all of Naugatuck's public green spaces and recreational areas, as well as organziing numerous holiday and summer events. The Department of Public Works, administrated by Director James Stewart, is responsible for the town's pothole repair and snow removal work, as well as the town's recycling center.
Naugatuck Public Works & Recreation Dept. 258 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT06770 The Public Works & Recreation Department of Naugatuck maintains and develops recreational areas throughout the…More borough. It coordinates town fields, playgrounds, sports, summer activities, seasonal outdoor decorations and Town Green events, among others. The Public Works superintendent is Robert Roland.
Naugatuck Borough Administrative & Executive Departments - Build 229 Church St, Naugatuck, CT06770 The Building Department of the Naugatuck Town Hall consists of the town's building inspector, who works to regulate…More construction, use and occupancy of the town's structures. The building inspector applies the regulations based on the state's building codes. The department is located on the third floor of Town Hall. The current building inspector is Bill Herzman. The department ensures that the standards set by the codes are met through a series of steps. This includes review of the building plan, issuing a permit and conducting an on-site inspection. Some specific buildings require no permit, however residents are asked to consult with the Building Department on that matter. Permit applications are accepted Monday through Friday, from 8am to 10am and from 2pm to 4pm.
The Tax Office, located on the third floor of the Naugatuck Town Hall, is the main location of the town's tax…More collector, whose job is to collect taxes on current and previous unpaid taxes. The taxes are based on a mill rate set by the Board of Mayor and Burgesses and a grand list value determined by the assessor's office.</p>
<p>The current tax collector is James Goggin. He can be reached via e-mail at email@example.com.</p>
<p>Goggin's message to the community: "Have a great day. The Tax Office is here to serve you."</p>
The Naugatuck Town Hall, known colloquially as the borough hall, is the central location for all of the borough's…More main offices. The building houses 19 offices that cater to a majority of Naugatuck's municipal functions. Other offices, such as Parks and Recreation and the Board of Education, are located in separate buildings in Naugatuck.</p>
<p>Several boards and commissions hold nightly, public meetings at the Naugatuck Town Hall, including the Board of Mayor and Burgesses which meets in the Hall of Burgesses on the fourth floor. </p>
<p>The building was constructed in the 1960s, after a prior town hall was taken down.</p>
Naugatuck Borough Administrative & Executive Departments - Asses 229 Church St, Naugatuck, CT06770 The Assessor's Office, located on the second floor of Town Hall, is responsible for general revaluation of real property…More in Naugatuck. As required by the state, the town conducts a full physical revaluation every 12 years, with four-year statistical revaluations in between. Those revaluations result in the Grand List, a measurement of the combined value of all properties in Naugatuck. Each year, a board of assessment appeals allows residents to appeal their assessments. The Assessor's Office also maintains records on property ownership, zoning classifications, lot maps, gross and net valuation and personal exemptions.
United States Postal Service 170 Water St, Naugatuck, CT06770 The Naugatuck location of the United States Post Office is easy to access, located across the street from the train…More station and down the road from the Route 8 entrance. Several types of mailing and shipping options are available, and customers are able to purchase stamps, order supplies, calculate postage, track package delivery, obtain PO boxes, put mail on hold and more.
United Avionics 38 Great Hill Rd, Naugatuck, CT06770 United Avionics is a Naugatuck-based manufacturing company of electric cables. The company, located on Great Hill Road,…More is a global supplier to the aircraft, defense, commercial and aerospace industries. The company does molding, braiding and assembly.
The Registrar's Office at Town Hall, located on the second floor, is the main location where residents can register…More to vote. The office holds an annual registration drive at Naugatuck High School and it also attends state conferences to become informed of changes in the election laws.</p>
<p>The office is responsible for appointing primary and election officials, provide voting machines and equipment, maintaining and supply polling places, filing statistics, conducting special registration sessions and supervising record keeping and registry lists.</p>
<p>To register to vote in Naugatuck, one must be 18 years of age or older, a U.S. citizen and a resident.</p>
<p>The Democratic registrar is Louise Sheedy while the Republican registrar is Jane Provonost.</p>
The Land Use Department, on the second floor of Town Hall, is the central location for permits related to planning…More and zoning. If a resident wants to build on a property or wants to make an adjustment, they often have to obtain a permit to do so. An appointed board of members on the Planning and Zoning commissions would review that permit, however it must be applied for here.</p>
<p>The Land Use Department also deals with subdividing a property and with wetlands applications. Such permits apply to both commercial and industrial properties. The department deals with such processes in accordance with state statute.</p>
<p>The current town planner is Keith Rosenfeld. He can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.</p>
<p>Applications and regulations are accessible on Naugatuck's website, which is www.naugatuck-ct.gov.</p>
Naugatuck Borough Administrative and Executive Departments - Rec 246 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT06770 The Naugatuck Recycling Center is located at the corner of Rubber Avenue and Andrew Avenue. This facility, funded by the…More town, is open every Thursday and Saturday. Residents may dispose of the following items: newspapers, cardboard, magazines, junk mail, phonebooks, #1 and #2 plastic, bottles, cans, juice boxes, milk and juice cartons, used clothing, leaves, car batteries, anti-freeze, tires, filters and motor oil. Residents can drive in and unload recyclables in one of the dumpsters when the facility is open. A separate line for bulk trash and scrap metal is also open at the same time. Larger materials require payments. The Recycling Center announced in the summer that there will no longer be a charge for electronics. This facility is also where the town unloads curbside recyclable bins.
The Town Clerk's Office deals with land records, vital statistics and election materials. It processes licenses and…More all minutes from the Naugatuck's boards and commissions are eventually directed here.</p>
<p>The town clerk organizes local and state municipal primaries and elections. Machine, ballots, campaign finance returns and voter certificates are within the town clerk's jurisdiction. Absentee ballots must be applied for through this office. Other documents, such as veterans' discharges for tax-exemption purposes, are also filed at the Town Clerk's office.</p>
<p>The office also has a vault, which contains the town's various records.</p>
<p>The current town clerk is Sophie Morton. She can be reached via e-mail at <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>.</p>
<p>Apart from assisting in pertinent records, the Town Clerk's Office also is a place residents go to for general inquiries about the town.</p>
Initiated in 1893 with three sworn officers, and their chief, Chief George D. Hosford, the Naugatuck Police…More Department is currently staffed with 59 full-time officers. The department, which responds to an average of 33,000 calls a year, consists of three divisions: patrol, investigation and administration. There is also a bureau for juvenile matters.</p>
<p>The department has had 14 chiefs since its inception over a century ago. The current chief is Chief Christopher J. Edson, who has served his post since 2007 and the deputy chief is Thomas Hunt. The records bureau provides information on past incidents.</p>
The Naugatuck Youth and Family Services office is one of the three oldest bureaus in the state. Staffed with two…More full-time therapists, five part-time therapists and three Master level interns, the office provides psycho-therapeutic services to town residents, including individual therapy, couple's therapy and family therapy. It also provides workshops and counseling services.</p>
<p>The office, located at 13 Scott Street, is funded through the town, state grants and donations. The Youth and Family Services office is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., although therapists who have appointments will often work until 9 p.m., leaving the office open until then.</p>
The Naugatuck Day Care Center is a non-profit agency, run by a board of directors, that is funded by the town. The…More center, located on Carroll Street, provides year-round care for children ages three to five.</p>
<p>Since its inception in 1975, the day care has operated out of a self-contained building which also includes a playground. All teachers at the center are required to have a Bachelors Degree, an Associates Degree or a Child Development Associate certification. They are also required to be certified by the American Red Cross in Child CPR and First Aid.</p>
<p>The current director is Joy Carlson. The day care can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com</p>
Established in 1893 with three sworn officers and their chief, Chief George D. Hosford, the Naugatuck Police…More Department is currently staffed with 59 full-time officers. The department, which responds to an average of 33,000 calls a year, consists of three divisions: patrol, investigation and administration. There is also a bureau for juvenile matters.</p>
<p>The department has had 14 chiefs since its inception over a century ago. The current chief is Chief Christopher J. Edson, who has served his post since 2007. The deputy chief is Thomas Hunt. The detective lieutenant is Todd Brouillette.</p>
The Water Pollution Control, stationed in the same office as the Engineering Department, is responsible for…More assessments of Naugatuck's sewer connections, permits and approvals. The department, located on the third floor of the Town Hall, also handles sewer backup complaints and manages other needs of the town and the Wastewater Treatment Plant.</p>
<p>The Water Pollution Control Department also deals with permits for restaurants that wish to dispose of fats, oils and greases.</p>
<p>The WPCA and Engineering secretary is Rachael Brainard.</p>
A division of the Naugatuck Police Department, the Department of the Dog Warden is located at the Naugatuck Pound.…More The department enforces animal control laws, taking care of stray dogs and cats, animal-related issues, and other basic needs. There are 17 runs, or enclosed areas, where dogs are placed inside the pound.</p>
<p>The department also takes in animals and will offer them for adoption via a PetFinder.com website. Dogs and cats that are picked up but not claimed within seven days become property of the borough.</p>
<p>Payments for dog adoptions, and other fees, can be by check or cash. The department, on average, takes in more animals than are adopted.</p>
<p>The department services an average of 300 calls a year.</p>
<p>While cats who are sick, injured, or need to be quarantined are taken in at the shelter, the department does not regularly pick up cats who are stray and healthy.</p>
The Parks and Recreation Department, located inside the Naugatuck Public Works building on Rubber Avenue, is…More responsible for maintaining recreational areas throughout the town. This includes both properties run by the municipal government as well as the Board of Education. Snow removal at the parks and surrounding areas is also administered through this department. Some of the parks include baseball and soccer fields.</p>
<p>The current director of the Parks and Recreation Department is James Stewart. His office, which shares a building with the Naugatuck Ambulance Inc., is open 8am - 3:30pm on weekdays. Stewart can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.</p>
<p>Park employees also prepare fields for sports activities, carry out improvements on properties and set up facilities for large town events, according to the town's website. Holiday events are also held for Easter, Halloween and Christmas, as well as events held on the Town Green seasonally. The department also maintains the town-run Hop Brook Golf Course. </p>
<p>Residents looking to apply for permits for use of the parks, whether it be seasonal for a specific event, must do so at the Parks and Recreation Department. </p>
<p>The department also owns a second building just nearby its offices, where it stores equipment for the town.</p>
Naugatuck Senior Center 300 Meadow St, Naugatuck, CT06770 The Naugatuck Senior Center, located on Meadow Street and Salem Street, provides memberships for people age 50 and older…More from Naugatuck and the surrounding area. There are about 800 members total, and the center offers many programs including holiday events, computer classes, yoga and relaxation classes, art events and more. Minibus service throughout town is also provided for members. Some programs are also open to the public, such as seasonal flu shot clinics.
Begun in 1893 with three sworn officers, and their Chief George D. Hosford, the Naugatuck Police Department is…More currently staffed with 59 full-time officers. The department, which responds to an average of 33,000 calls a year, consists of three divisions: patrol, investigation and administration. There is also a bureau for juvenile matters.</p>
<p>The department has had 14 chiefs since its inception over 114 years ago. The current chief is Chief Christopher J. Edson who has served his post since 2007 and the deputy chief is Thomas Hunt.</p>
<p>There are also 14 full-time and six-part-time civilian employees at the Naugatuck Police Department, serving in areas including records, dispatch, maintenance and animal control.</p>
The Army National Guard facility in Naugatuck houses a recruiting office for the Connecticut Army National Guard as…More well as the 142nd Medical Company. The official who manages the National Guard facility is Sfc. John M. Polonio, RNCO, who can be reached at ext. 15 or via email.</p>
<p>The building was built in 1964, one year after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. In the late president's honor, the Army National Guard facility in Naugatuck was dedicated to him by the members of the 102nd Infantry. The facility also provides a gymnasium and other National Guard offices.</p>