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10 hours ago, Oct 21 at 2:22pmDaily Traffic Impact Notice for Monday, October 13, 2014 through Friday, October 24, 2014
Click on to "more" for potential traffic delays. Please drive carefully. Thank you. More
2 weeks ago, Oct 14 at 9:07amSeats are still available for CERT Training
There are still seats left in the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Basic training class being run by the Monroe CERT. Training will be held at the Monroe Senior Center at 235 Cutlers Farm Road. The 20 hour training will take place on Friday and Saturday October 24 and 25 and November 7 and 8. The Friday sessions will run from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and the Saturday times will be from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The training involves information about a wide range of public issues and will include actual hands-on training with a fire extinguisher and live fire. Interested persons are asked to contact Monroe Emergency Management Director David York at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information. More
2 weeks ago, Oct 09 at 1:28pmINVITATION TO BID FOR INDEFINITE QUANTITY CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
Please click onto "more" for detailed information. More
2 weeks ago, Oct 07 at 4:34pmREMINDER: CERT Orientation
CERT Orientation will be held this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Senior Center, Cutlers Farm Road. Orientation is October 9 but not totally necessary for the class. Training sessions are scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24 and 25 and Nov.7 and 8. For more information and registration form, please visit the website www.monroect.org/cert.aspx
. Those interested in looking for further information should contact Emergency Management Director York by email at email@example.com
or call him at 203-650-8474. More
4 weeks ago, Sep 29 at 10:49amEmergency Preparedness Training-Free!!!! October and November, 2014
The Department of Emergency Management for the Town of Monroe is announcing another training program for persons interested in being part of a local Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). Training sessions will be held on two Friday evenings and two Saturdays in October and November. Most of the training sessions will be held at the Monroe Senior Center at 235 Cutlers Farm Road.
This class is for you! Become trained to help your family, friends, neighbors and the community as you actively assist Monroe’s Emergency Services during emergencies such as snow storms, floods or natural and man-made incidents. Monroe Emergency Management Director (EMD) David York said that “In the months since CERT volunteers have been active, they have assisted at summer concerts in Wolfe Park, assisted at other events in town, also helped Newtown CERT with an activity there, and most importantly helped for many hours with sheltering townspeople at the Senior Center during our several serious storms and power outages. “ CERT members have provided assistance to our first responders since they have been trained and are able to help Monroe Police, Fire, Volunteer Emergency Medical Services (VEMS) along with shelter personnel, as well as residents and neighbors when a disaster strikes.” Click onto "more" for additional information. More
Sep 19 at 11:58amApplication For Absentee Ballot for Election Date: November 3, 2014
If you are eligible to vote at the election and expect to be unable to appear at the polling place during the hours of voting (6 am to 8 pm) for any of the reasons listed below you may vote by absentee ballot. Click onto "more" to download the absentee ballot application.
A. Absence from Town during ALL the hours of Voting (6 am - 8 pm)
B. Service in the Armed Forces (including the Service Academies)
D. Physical Disability
E. Religious tenets which forbid such activity on Election Day.
Persons with questions are urged to call the Town Clerk's Office.
Sep 8 at 10:37amHOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION
The Department of Public Works is announcing a household hazardous waste collection day for November 1, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Indian Ledge Park Drive in Trumbull. Click onto "more" for detailed information. More
Aug 22 at 12:00pmDepartment of Public Works announces Bulky Waste Pick-Up (Dial-a-Dump) Information
Bulky Waste Pickup (Dial-A-Dump)
Monday through Thursday hours are:
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday hours are from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
REGISTRATION FOR A BULKY WASTE PICKUP FOR MONROE RESIDENTS IS FROM SEPTEMBER 15, 2014 THROUGH OCTOBER 31, 2014. You may register by submitting a Public Works Service Request on line from the Town’s home page at www.monroect.org or by calling Public Works at 203-452-2814. When the pick-up schedule is prepared you will receive a letter approximately seven days before the date of your pickup which could be anywhere from late November of 2014 through March of 2015.
Click onto "more" for additional information acceptable items and instructions.
Aug 19 at 10:43amTOWN OF MONROE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR PENSION INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICES
The Town of Monroe is in the process of accepting Request for Proposals for Pension Investment Advisory Services. Click onto "more" to download a copy of the proposal with specific terms and conditions. More
May 7 at 11:31amBudget results for May 6th
The 2014-2015 Annual Town of Monroe Budget passed with 1,516 no votes and 1,845 yes votes. The difference is +329. Click on to "more" for a copy of the approved budget.
May 7 at 10:41amRecycling: New carts (bins), pickup schedule and more
The new large recycling carts (bins) shall be delivered by Residential Waste Services (RWS) to residents from Monday, May 12 through Saturday, May 17, 2014. Residents are to begin using their new carts on Monday, May 19th. Recycling will be picked up every other week. Residents are asked to please have their new cart out the night before their recycling day. Some residents will have a new pickup day. Please visit www.MonroeRecycles.com for detailed information on the new pickup schedule (Are you Red or Blue Week), holiday schedule, etc. If residents have any questions, they may contact RWS at 203-334-1660 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For a list of accepted/unacceptable items and the every other week recycling calendar, please click "more". More
Apr 23 at 4:14pmTown of Monroe | Assessor’s Office Revaluation for October 1, 2014
The Town of Monroe has contracted with Tyler Technologies, Inc. to assist the assessor with the state-mandated revaluation for October 1, 2014. Unlike the previous revaluation in 2009, inspections will be limited to properties that have sold since January, 2012, building permits issued after October 1, 2013 and select properties for quality control. The purpose of a revaluation, which is done in each Connecticut town and city every five years, is to maintain equity so that each taxpayer pays only his fair share of the tax burden. The market is continually changing and every property is not impacted equally. Fair market value is affected by a number of factors including property type (residential, commercial, industrial), location, individual property desirability and market supply and demand. The goal is to estimate the current fair market value of every property as of the assessment date, which is October 1, 2014. The assessment reflects 70% of this fair market value. Once the assessments have been determined, a notice will be mailed to property owners indicating the previous assessment, which was based on a fair market value from 2009, and the new assessment, updated to reflect changes that have occurred in the real estate market in the past five years. New assessments will be reflected in the July, 2015 tax bills. Key dates and a brief description of the various phases of the revaluation are available on the Town website: http://www.monroect.org/reval.aspx
. If you have any questions, please contact Tyler or the Monroe Assessor’s Office at the numbers below.
Project Contact Information
Eric Hardy, Tyler Project Supervisor (800) 497-6026
Elizabeth Duffy, CCMAII Assessor
(203) 452-2803 More