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Tax Bills Due July 1

On Monday, June 12th, the Tax Collector’s Office mailed tax bills consisting of personal property, motor vehicles and, 1st installment real estate. Payment is due on July 1, 2023 and delinquent after August 1, 2023.


Taxes may be paid on-line at www.mytaxbill.net/bloomfield or at the Tax Collector’s Office in Town Hall using cash, check or money orders. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The office will be closed on July 4, 2023.

If payment is not made by August 1, 2023, the tax becomes delinquent and subject to interest at the rate of 1.5% per month and a minimum interest charge of $2.00.


If you have not received your tax bill, please contact the Tax Collector’s Office at



You may also look up your account by visiting our website: www.mytaxbill.net/bloomfield

Don't forget the Summer Concert Series gets underway this Thursday following the postponement of last week's show, which will be made up on August 31st.

Town Facilities Closed July 4

All town offices will be closed on Tuesday ,July 4, 2023 in observance of Independence Day. All town offices will reopen on Wednesday, July 5, 2023 for regularly scheduled hours of operation.

Please be advised that curbside waste pickup schedule will be delayed by one day. Weekly trash and recycling collection will occur on the day following your normal collection day. Containers must be curbside by 7am the morning of or no earlier than 6pm the night before of your collection day.

Please call All American Waste at 860-289-7850 with questions.

Bloomfield Humanities Committee Salutes and Reflects On Juneteenth

Last weekend the Town of Bloomfield hosted it Juneteenth Parade. The Bloomfield Humanities Committee spoke to residents as they reflected on what Juneteenth means to them

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!

The Town of Bloomfield is a diverse and multicultural community, and we want to ensure that everyone's voice is heard in our POCD process. Whether you're a long-time resident or you moved here recently, we want to hear your thoughts on how we can create a more inclusive and welcoming community. Share your ideas with us today

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Bloomfield CT 06002

Phone: 860-769-3500