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Manchester Health Department, in partnership with First Choice Health Centers, will host a series of free mobile COVID-19 testing events. Find out More!
To provide water customers with the best quality of water, the Town will be cleaning water mains from April 5, 2021 through July2, 2021.
Beginning March 15, residents can resume setting out paper lawn bags for curbside collection during their normal refuse/recycling collection.
The Town of Manchester is seeking a remote, PT, Content Creator. Under the direction of the Communications Manager, this position will assist in developing content that is visually appealing, easy to understand, timely, relevant, and meets today’s digital communications.
View Manchester's Recommended Budget, presented to the Board of Directors on March 9th, 2021 for the Fiscal year 2021-2022. Read More!
Hartford Road between Case Drive and Bidwell Street has reopened to traffic after having been closed since April 27th to replace the bridge over Hop Brook.
The Town of Manchester is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Amy Beaulieu as the Health Department’s new Health Equity Coordinator.
This year, the Town and Downtown Special Services District implemented a number of changes in Manchester's downtown central business district, both long-planned and in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Manchester Fire Chief David C. Billings has announced his intention to retire as the leader of Manchester Fire-Rescue-EMS (MFRE) in early 2021 after serving the Manchester community for over 30 years.
A message to the #ManchesterCT community about staying safe this Thanksgiving holiday. Read More!
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