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Police, Fire, EMS, Animal Control:

203-222-2600 or 203-222-2666

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• Town of Weston Storm Information: 203-454-1161

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Weston Town Hall

56 Norfield Rd.
Weston, CT 06883
203-222-2500
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9:00am-4:30pm
(Land Use Offices Mon-Thurs)
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Click here to learn about Weston's Small Municipal Separate Sewer System.

 

News Around Our Town 

9/11 Memorial Service

The Town of Weston will be holding our annual 9/11 Memorial Service this Wednesday morning at 8:30am on the steps of Town Hall. Please join us as we remember, honor and come together for hope and peace.

Paving Notice -

The Town's road paving schedule has been delayed. Please continue to check back for more details.  We will make them available as soon as possible.

2020 Town Plan of Conservation and Development - Community Workshops

As part of the update to the Town Plan, consultant Milone & MacBroom, Inc.presented a community workshop on Monday, September 9th, 2019, 7:30 pm in the Weston Middle School Library. The workshop focused on open space, pedestrian connectivity, sustainability and housing.

 

Missed the workshop?
Click here to see the slideshow presented at the September 9th workshop

Click here to participate in the online version of the workshop's exercises
This online survey will be available until midnight on Sept. 17. 

 

You are invited to a followup community workshop on Thursday, October 10, 2019, 7:30 pm in the Weston Middle School Library, 135 School Road.
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What does the future look like for Town Center?

Milone & MacBroom Inc. (MMI) presented their findings and recommendations for the Town Center to the Planning & Zoning Commission on June 24, 2019. This project is a key element of Weston’s Town Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) update. 


Click here to see MMI's Weston Town Center Master Plan

 

 The Planning & Zoning Commission held two workshops with our consultants, Milone & MacBroom.  They shared with the public their preliminary thinking regarding the future of our Town Center and engaged in a collaborative process with the public to hear public comments regarding, and to refine, these ideas.  

 Discovery Session Workshop on 
April 6, 2019 at 10:30 
Click here to see the slideshow presented at the April 6th workshop! 

Planning & Design Process Workshop on May 4, 2019 at 10:30 
Click here to see the slideshow presented at the May 4th workshop! 



 

Weston Field Club Documents

1- Purchase and Sale Agreement

Proposed Town Green 
Take a look at the wonderful presentation our Beautification Committee made at the Board of Selectmen meeting on June 6th. 
Click here

Get Involved In Town!

The following Committees and Commissions need more members! If you would like more information about these volunteer opportunities, contact Randi Derene at 203-222-2656 or rderene@westonct.gov

Library Board - 1 vacancy
Conservation Commission - 1 vacancy
Board of Ethics - 1 vacancy
Veteran's Affairs - 3 vacancies
Sustainability Committee (alternate member) - 1 vacancy

 

Anticipated vacancies:
Historic District Commission (alternate member) - 1 vacancy
Commission for Children & Youth - 1 vacancy 


 

AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE NATURE CONSERVANCY

Nature Conservancy’s Katharine Ordway Preserve (off Goodhill Rd) is closed until further notice due to reports of aggressive coyotes which are likely denning on the preserve. No visitors are allowed during this time. Please call the Animal Control Officer (Mark Harper) to report coyote incidents at 203-222-2642. The Nature Conservancy may be reached at 203 226 4991 ext 116

KEEP YOUR PETS SAFE THIS SUMMER
As the temperatures rise, Animal Control Officer Mark Harper wants to remind you all that it is very dangerous to leave your pet in a hot car, even with the window cracked open. Please leave your dogs home in the cool house when you go out. This will be strictly enforced in town to prevent pets from suffering from heat stroke and possibly death.



 

Meeting Calendar

Sep
16

Children & Youth Commission

TH Commission Room
05:30 PM
Sep
17

Commission for the Arts

TH Commission Room
07:30 PM
Sep
18

Beautification Committee

TH Meeting Room
02:00 PM
Sep
19

Board of Selectmen

TH Meeting Room
07:30 PM
Sep
24

Zoning Board of Appeals

TH Commission Room
07:30 PM
Sep
25

Beautification Committee

TH Meeting Room
02:00 PM