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It's the first full week of March and Spring is right around the corner. Remember Daylight Savings takes affect this weekend as we "Spring Ahead." Be sure to change all your clocks Saturday night/Sunday Morning at 2am!!!

Below are events going on in Town. Please help us in celebrating Women's History Month as we honor all of the great women who have made Bloomfield a better place to live!

Women have made significant contributions to society long before any formal recognition. However, Women’s History Month offers an opportunity to highlight the specific achievements women have made over the course of American history in a variety of fields.

The Town of Bloomfield joins the federal government, state government and hundreds of public and private organizations in paying tribute to this important annual commemoration and celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society, including women’s struggles for the right to vote and equality under the law.

Women’s History Month, observed March 1st through March 31st, celebrates and encourages studying the vital role women played in American history, culture, and society. Women’s History Month began in 1981 when Congress authorized the President to proclaim the week beginning March 7, 1982, as “Women’s History Week.” In 1987, Congress authorized the President to proclaim March of each year as Women’s History Month.

Bloomfield Partners With YWCA For 50/50 Campaign

YWCA Hartford Region is partnering with the Town of Bloomfield to spearhead the 50/50campaign! The 50/50 Campaign seeks to increase civic participation amongst marginalized communities and promote equitable racial and gender representation on municipal boards and commissions.

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Townwide Plan of Conservation and Development Website and Questionnaire are Live!

The Town of Bloomfield is updating its 10-year Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD). This is required by the State of Connecticut. It is a comprehensive plan, addressing all facets of life in Town, including land use, housing, open space​, economic development, infrastructure, social services, transportation, culture, and much more.

The POCD is an important plan and process. It will let the Town review how things have changed over the past 10 years, assess where it stands, and determine if and how it needs to change in the future. The final Plan will be a policy guide to guide the Town’s policies, budgets, capital investments, and grant pursuits for the coming decade.

Visit our Website - PlanBloomfield.com
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Come Bloom With Us - New Employment Opportunities

Assistant Director of Human Resources

The purposes of this position are to support the Director in the management and administration of the programs and activities of the Human Resource Department in the functional areas of recruitment and termination practices, labor relations, workers compensation, retirement, employee benefits, performance evaluation process, compensation and classification systems, human resources policies and procedures, etc.

Foster Care Activities Coordinator

Non-benefited vacancy in the Department of Social & Youth Services, average 10 hours per week position that includes after school hours and some evening and weekend hours. Coordinate, develop, implement, and evaluate support services for DCF involved children living in Bloomfield with foster families, relative guardians or grandparents. Participate in team focused and strengths based delivery of programs and services that support positive involvement in the community, promote personal character and life skills development, and provide opportunities to enhance social skills and interpersonal relationships.

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800 Bloomfield Avenue,

Bloomfield CT 06002

Phone: 860-769-3500