Board and Commission Vacancies
1. Recreation Commission
2. Conservation Commission
3. Wood-Pawcatuck Wild and Scenic Study Committee (3 Year Project)
For further information please contact the Selectmen's office
North Stonington 2015 Revaluation
The Town of North Stonington is in the process of completing a mandated revaluation for Grand List Year 2015. Vision Government Solutions was awarded the contract to complete the statistical revaluation which means that not all homes will need to be inspected. Only homes that have sold within the last three years and homes that have taken out a permit to make improvements will require an inspection. Data collected will be used to analyze the current real estate market and make changes to your current assessment. The last time a revaluation was preformed was for the Grand List Year 2011.
Any representative of Vision Government Solutions will have a photo id. You may call Town Hall at 860-535-2877 to get information as to the area the company is working.
As the job progresses, addition information will be posted on this web site.
Darryl L. Del Grosso, CCMA II
Revaluation 2015 Update
August 25, 2015
Vision Government Solutions, the company conducting the 2015 revaluation of the Town of North Stonington will be completing the inspection segment of the revaluation over the next several weeks.
Inspection will be conducted on new sales, new building permits, and other properties that have been selected for inspections.
Please allow the company representative to complete the task assigned. Please check the identification and call town hall if you have any questions. The phone number is 860 535 2877.
Darryl L. Del Grosso, C.C.M.A. II
Black Bear Sightings
There have been several reports of Black Bears in the Wyassup Lake and Pendleton Hill Area.
or call the State Wildlife Division, at (860) 675-8130
Community Close-UP Article
North Stonington is among Connecticut’s most beautiful towns, with its stunning stone walls, thousands of acres of hilly countryside and open space (including five working dairy farms), and a coveted place on the National Register of Historic Places, with nearly 60 homes and other buildings dating back to the late 18th and early 19th centuries..... MORE
Housing Rehabilitation Program
The town of North Stonington was approved for a $400,000 Housing rehabilitation grant.
Grant money is available for those who qualify while funding is available.
Hewitt Farm will be maintained, protected and preserved as a place of traditional New England beauty with its fields, stonewalls, forests, pond, waterways and eighteenth century... MORE
In 2010, the Sunshine Review, a 501(c)3 non-profit, pro-transparency organization developed a ten-point transparency checklist to evaluate if government websites proactively and voluntarily disclose information to the public and media.
The following is a list of their recommendations that should be on a Municipal Website and what the Town of North Stonington has available... MORE