Hello Brian,

As May begins in the Town of Bloomfield, we want to remind all residents that tonight is the Annual Town Meeting in regards to the upcoming FY 2023-24 Budget and mill rate for the upcoming year.

Neighbors are encouraged to attend and have their voices heard in the public hearing portion of tonight's meeting, which begins at 6:30 pm at the Alvin and Beatrice Wood Human Services Center at 330 Park Ave.

You can also register and watch from home at the following links:

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The Elderly & Totally Disabled Homeowners Tax Relief program is a state tax relief program that is administered by our office. 

Taxpayers who meet the age requirements (have turned 65 by the end of 2022) or who are totally disabled and meet the income guidelines and who reside in their homes in Bloomfield can qualify for a tax credit, and this is a dollar amount that comes directly off their real estate tax bill. 

Qualifying income is social security plus any additional income (pensions, annuities, etc). The deadline to apply for this program is May 15, 2023.

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Sidewalk Replacements in Various Town Locations - Beginning, Monday, April 24, 2023

Hello Bloomfield Residents: The Town of Bloomfield will be removing and replacing existing sidewalks along town roads that are in very poor condition. The work will be performed by an outside contractor and not Town forces. Properties on which work will be performed will receive an individual notice in their mailbox prior to the start of any work.

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Public Works & the Bloomfield Beautification Committee sponsored an Earth Day roadside cleanup on Saturday April 22, 2023. Over 50 people participated and over 700 lbs. (60 bags) of garbage were collected and disposed of.

Arbor Day - April 28th

Shred Day & Small Electronics Recycling - April 29

The Police Department is an active participant in the State of Connecticut Prescription Drug Take Back Program. A prescription medication drop-box is located in the lobby of the Bloomfield Police Department, which is open twenty-four hours a day and seven days a week. Residents are encouraged to utilize the medication drop-box as an environmentally-safe way of disposing of their expired or unused medications.

Accepted items for the drop-box are prescriptions (i.e. prescription medications/ointments, and patches), over-the-counter medications, vitamins, samples, and medications for pets. Items that are NOT accepted are needles, sharps, thermometers, hydrogen peroxide, inhalers, aerosol cans, lotions, liquids, or medications from businesses or clinics.    

Anyone with questions about the program may call Support Services Sergeant Thomas at: (860) 242-5501 extension 5162.

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

Did you know Bloomfield last updated its Plan of Conservation and Development in 2012? Plan Bloomfield is the update to the Plan and establishes a vision for Bloomfield's next ten years. Visit the project website to review the previous plan: https://www.planbloomfield.com/project-documents 

What are the biggest changes that you have seen in Bloomfield in the last decade? What changes would you like to see in the coming ten years? Tell us by answering questions related to housing, open space, economic development, infrastructure, social services, transportation, culture, and much more at www.surveymonkey.com/r/PlanBloomfield. 

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