Today's Date:

SPECIAL TOWN ANNOUNCEMENTS 

 

 Join us for Thompson Community DaySunday, Sept. 24, 2017 from noon - 4:00 p.m. (Rain date Oct. 4) at Riverside Park in North Grosvenordale, CT.  For more information, click here.

 

A Mill Sites Redevelopment Advisory Committee Special Meeting re: 929 Riverside Drive (aka The river Mill) Conceptual Development Presentation/Discussion will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Thompson Library/Community Center - Room 2.  For Agenda, please click here.

 

Town Clerk Office Hours:  On Thursday September 28, 2017 the office will close at 5:00 p.m.

 

Thompson Business Owners:  If you would like your business to be added to the Business Information page on our website, please click here for information on how to do so.

 

 From the Thompson Water Pollution Control Authority: The current EDU rate will be increased 10% (from $400 to $440) effective with the October 2017 billing cycle.

 

To read the Selectmen's Update, which includes happenings in our community and news from Town Hall, click here.

 

 Public Works Notice Update: Beginning Sept. 7, road work will begin on Linehouse Road and Tufts Hill Road.  Chip sealing is expected to begin the week of Sept. 22, 2017.

 

   Historical Preservation Council Meeting:  The August 2, 2017 Historic Preservation Council meeting re: 929 Riverside Drive (aka River Mill) will not be held.  It has been tentatively rescheduled for October.  Updates will be provided as they are received.

  

 TOWN REFERENDUM RESULTS

For results of Town Referendum June 20, 2017, click here.           For legal notice of Town Referendum June 20, 2017, click here.

 

ATTENTION THOMPSON TAXPAYERS

Please note that all MOTOR VEHICLE TAX BILLS will be mailed out AFTER the approved mil rate is set when the State and Town budgets are approved.  Please do not call or stop by the tax office to get your motor vehicle tax bill - we do not have it yet.

For more information on your tax bills, click here.

 

Private Well Testing Program: Do you have a private well?  The Connecticut State Department of Public Health recommends private well testing to provide you with information on the quality of your drinking water.  For more information, click here.

 

   Stormwater Discharge Permits: 

The Stormwater Management Plan required by the Connecticut Department of energy & Environmental Protection's General Permit for Discharge of Stormwater from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems is now available for public inspection and comment.  Comments can be sent to the Selectmen's Office, Thompson Town Hall, 815 Riverside Drive, PO box 899, North Grosvenordale, CT  06255  (860-923-9561) and via e-mail at selectmensoffice@thompsonct.org.  Additionally, comments can be sent to DEEP.StormwaterStaff@ct.gov

For the MS4 Stormwater Management Plan, click here.   

For the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan for the Transfer Station, click here.          For the Transfer Station Site Plan, click here.

 For the General Permit for Discharge of Stormwater Associated with Industrial Activity, click here.

 

Taxes

Tax Mill Rate for 2016-2017 is 26.06          For Tax Payment Information... click here.

 

Finance

For Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Proposed Budget, click here.

For Fiscal Year 2016-2017 Budget, click here.

For Audit Report & Financial Statements - June 30, 2016...click here.

 

 

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  • Fair Housing Policies
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Fair Housing Policies in both Spanish and English, along with poster material for use to display publicly. Read More
To establish a protocol under which public documents will be made available in a timely manner while keeping a clear record of requests made. Read More
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Recently added RFP's can also be seen under Board of Selectman in Agendas/Minutes. Read More

From the Selectmen

  • Important Announcements

    View the recent notices and alerts that may concern you, including the proposed Burrillville Power Plant and upcoming Referendum.

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  • Opportunities

    Click below to view available employment positions
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  • Belding Corticelli Mill Update

    Update is here for the Belding Corticelli Mill.
    Please contact Mary Ann Chinatti, Director of Planning and Developmentat 860.923.9475 or by email
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  • Citizen Comments

    Please submit your comments to the First Selectman regarding any concerns you may have or have witnessed that the town should be made aware of. These concerns can range from possible health hazards to unsafe road conditions.
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Welcome to Thompson, CT

A Unique New England Village Atmosphere

Friendly Farm Community

Welcome to the Town of Thompson’s website. We have a strong commitment to providing information and are looking forward to your inquiries and visits. Thompson is a unique town located in the northeast corner of Connecticut bordering Massachusetts and Rhode Island. In Thompson you will find many different villages with a variety of housing. Also, you will find a unique rural character with a beautiful country setting. The town also has the Historic Thompson Common, where militias trained from the time of the French and Indian War until disbanded by the State Legislature in the mid 1800’s. Thompson is also located in the nationally recognized Quinebaug Shetucket Heritage Corridor also known as the Last Green Valley.

In Thompson, a visitor can enjoy our municipal and State parks as well as a state of the art Library and Community Center. Additionally, there are many businesses that blend into our community including a historic mill that adds to the character of Thompson and a historic and still very active Thompson International Speedway.

Because of Thompson’s location, it’s an easy commute for residents and an advantage for businesses. Thompson is located 60 miles from Boston, Massachusetts, 50 miles from Hartford, Connecticut, 30 miles from Providence, Rhode Island, and 25 miles from Worcester, Massachusetts.

Come and enjoy Thompson’s unique rural character and a blend of a New England town.


Prescriptions

As the First Selectman of Thompson I am very happy to share with you a free prescription discount card program. It’s a pleasure that local government can bring our citizens a benefit without a cost connected to it.

The Town of Thompson can do this by partnering with the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM) and ProAct, Inc. By using the ProAct Discount Prescription Card it is estimated that you can save about 20% on brand name drugs and up to 70% on your generic prescription purchases. If you already have prescription drug coverage, you can use this card for discounts on prescriptions not covered by your insurance plan. Cick here for more information.

Contacts

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860.923.9561
860.923.3836
815 Riverside Drive
No. Grosvenordale, CT 06255

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