The City Clerk's Office would like to remind all dog owners that all dog licenses must be renewed between Thursday, June 1, 2017 and Friday, June 30, 2017.
Renewal Reminders will be mailed to current license holders within the next week. Please wait until June 1, 2017 to come to the office or mail in your payment for their licenses.
Dogs not licensed by June 30th, 2017 will be considered delinquent and subject to $1.00 per month penalty.
> > Persons applying for new registrations or renewals will be required to furnish proof of rabies vaccination.
> > Proof of spaying or neutering will also be required to receive the reduced fee.
Registrations may be made by mail to the City Clerk's Office, 140 Main Street, Torrington, CT 06790. A self-addressed, stamped envelope must be included in your request by mail.
> > Checks should be made payable to “The City of Torrington.”
Persons who no longer have their dogs are asked to contact the City Clerk's Office at 489-2236 with that information.
Fees $8.00 for an altered dog.
$19.00 for an unaltered dog.
If you have any questions, call 489-2236 during regular business hours:
Mayor Carbone has initiated an electronic newsletter to increase communication regarding town projects, meetings, and special events to town residents. To begin receiving the newsletter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 860-489-2228
Help spread the word! Televisions, loose garbage bags, electronics and other small items are not picked up by our garbage hauler. Electronics recycling is available at the Water Pollution Control plant located on Bogue Road. For information on what can be recycled or picked up curbside, please call the Public Works Department at 860-489-2232. A full list of what electronic items can be recycled can be found Here.
As of Monday, June 13th, a new bus service has been established between Torrington and Waterbury.
The 410 Torrington/Waterbury Flyer schedule can be found Here .
Please click Here for the map of this newly established route. Please visit www.cttransit.com for information on fares and other pertinent information. |
Article VII - Tax Abatement for Volunteer Firefighters
Torrington is nestled in the Litchfield Hills, a countryside noted for its scenic beauty. The City is the largest in Litchfield County and has been the industrial and commercial hub of northwestern Connecticut for over a century.
Torrington is an ideal spot for visitors and residents alike. Our eclectic mix of shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities offers something for everyone. For the outdoor enthusiast, Torrington has a wide array of options for hiking, biking, fishing, and more. Torrington is a great blend of city living in a small town atmosphere.
Presently, Torrington is a combination of manufacturing, retail, and tourist attractions. The downtown area is being preserved as a thriving cultural center, boasting the Warner Theatre and the renowned Nutmeg Conservatory, in addition to many arts organizations. Its assortment of antique dealers, art houses, art deco architecture and small specialty shops makes Torrington an appealing choice for residents and tourists alike. Torrington is home to many great manufacturers both large and small. With several industrial parks and many commercial properties available, Torrington is a great place to do business.