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Storm Closings / Meeting Cancellations / Announcements
Updated on 2015-04-21

Beach Park Road will be closed to all through traffic effective March 30th  - April 30th.  All questions can be refered to Peter Neff, Director of Public Works at


Legal Notice Town Of Clinton Special Town Meeting

Scheduled for May 6, 2015 at 6:30 p.m.

The electors of the Town of Clinton and all other citizens qualified to vote in town meetings of the said Town of Clinton are hereby notified and warned that a Special Town Meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 06, 2015 at the William Stanton Andrews Memorial Town Hall, 54 East Main Street, Clinton, Connecticut to hear and consider the following:

RESOLVED: to appropriate $265,000 from undesignated for the purchase of a used fire truck

RESOLVED: To accept the Justice Assistance Grant from the Office of Policy and Management in the amount of $30,000 with no matching funds required by the town.

Dated at Clinton, Connecticut the 21st day of April 2015

William W. Fritz, Jr.
First Selectman


Legal Notice Town Of Clinton Annual Budget Meeting

Scheduled for May 6, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.

file linkAnnual Budget May 6, 2015


Legal Notice Town Of Clinton Budget Referendum

Scheduled for May 13, 2015 between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. at the Andrews Memorial Town Hall

file linkBudget Referendum May 13, 2015 file linkFull legal notice for Proposed Budget


Town Of Clinton Special Town Meeting

Scheduled for May 6, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.

A Special Town Meeting is scheduled for May 6, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. to consider and discuss, but not vote upon, on an appropriation of $4,200,000 for various capital projects including the repair and resurfacing of various roads and sidewalks. Voting will take place on May 13, 2015 between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.

file linkSpecial Town Meeting - Various Capital Improvement Projects


Town of Clinton Surveys

We ask visitors to the Town of Clinton website to please take a brief moment and fill out a survey. Links to the survey's can be found below. Thank you in advanced, your time is appreciated.


The Town of Clinton is now offering online payment for Taxes. Click the button aside to access the portal.

  • If you pay by electronic check there will be a $1.95 processing fee.
  • If you pay by credit card there will be a 2.95% processing fee.
  • Payments will be processed the next business day.


The Town of Clinton has Community Development Block Grant funds available for use by income eligible residential property owners for housing rehabilitation projects. Applications can be submitted to the First Selectman’s office.

Town of Clinton, housing Rehabilitation Loan Program Pamphlet


Town of Clinton, housing Rehabilitation Loan Program Application


Clinton CT Solar Challenge

The Clinton CT Solar Challenge is a unique group purchasing program designed to make going solar simple and affordable for Clinton residents.

For more information please contact Maggie at or visit our website

November 4, 2013

Clinton's Architectural History; How Your Houses Tell Our Story

The Clinton Historic District Commission will sponsor a public seminar entitled Clinton's Architectural History; How Your Houses Tell Our Story on Thursday, March 28th, at 7:00PM in the newly renovated auditorium at Andrews Memorial Town Hall, Clinton.

Tod Bryant from Heritage Resources and Lucas Karmazinas from FuturePast Preservation will present the findings of their recently completed architectural survey of the town and will discuss your property's place in Clinton's history. Guest speakers will include E.C. Schroeder, President of the Clinton Historical Society, and Mary Dunne of the Historic Preservation and Museum Division of the Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism. The meeting will be chaired by Larry Ouellette of the HDC. The public is invited to attend.

The Historic District Commission seeks public suggestions on what should be done to preserve Clinton's rich historical assets. Discussions will include ways to protect and preserve historic properties while encouraging economic development.

March 25, 2013

ProAct Discount Prescription Card

The Town of Clinton is introducing a prescription discount card to all residents free of charge. By using the ProAct Discount Prescription Card it is estimated that you can save 20% on brand name drugs and up to 70% on generic prescription purchases when you use the card. Each resident will receive a card in the mail. Additional cards are available at the First Selectman's office. If you already have prescription drug coverage, you can use this card for discounts on prescriptions not covered by your insurance plan. See the attached flyer for more information.

Download ProAct flyer
December 06, 2012

Welcome to Clinton, Connecticut
Clinton traces its history from 1663 when the land between Guilford and Saybrook, as they were then bounded, was known as Homonoscitt. In this year, a committee was appointed by the General Court at Hartford to lay out this area as a plantation. In 1667 the settlement was designated a town and named Kenilworth. By the middle of the eighteenth century, through changes in usage, this name became Killingworth. In 1838, the southern portion was incorporated by the General Assembly as the Town of Clinton, the northern portion retaining the name of Killingworth. The line marking the division between the towns of Killingworth and Clinton was the same as that which divided the first and second ecclesiastical societies, or, as they were later known, "school societies," which were established in 1735.
As in most small New England shore towns, life centered about fishing, farming, shipbuilding, and the church. One of the early leaders of Clinton's church was the Reverend Abraham Pierson. In 1701, when the General Court of the Colony in Hartford granted a charter for "the founding of a collegiate school within His Majesty's Colony of Connecticut", its founders chose the Reverend Mr. Pierson as its rector. The first classes were held in his parsonage in Clinton. In later years the school was moved to Saybrook and then to New Haven, where it eventually became Yale University. (Data provided by Clinton Historical Society)
With beautiful views of Long Island Sound, this gem of a town is approximately 100 miles from both New York and Boston and is easily accessible from New Haven, Middletown and New London.
A picturesque New England town, Clinton is a wonderful place to live and work. Clinton has an estimated population of 13,500 which almost doubles in size during the summer months as visitors flock here to enjoy our sunny beaches, antiquing, historic buildings and New England charm.
We welcome you to explore, relax, & celebrate