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A message to the #ManchesterCT community about staying safe this Thanksgiving holiday. Read More!
Manchester is proud to announce the selection of Courtney Lindberg as the Deputy Director of Public Works for Sustainability & Materials Management.
Manchester Health Department, in partnership with First Choice Health Centers, will host a series of free mobile COVID-19 testing events. Find out More!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Manchester Road Race will not be holding its annual Thanksgiving Day event. In place of the traditional event hosted by the Manchester Road Race Committee, a Virtual ManchesterRoad Race (VMRR) event will be held from November 19th to November 25th.
During the week of Nov. 2nd, the Town of Manchester Highway Department will be out collecting leaves in order to test all equipment prior to the start of Leaf collection on Nov. 9th.
The Town of Manchester Water Department is continuing its call for water conservation from all citizens, businesses, institutions, and users of the potable water supply because the levels of the Town’s reservoirs are still below 70 percent (62.2%) of capacity due to the lack of precipitation.
The CT DPH recommends that everyone planning to participate in Halloween activities this year review the guidance recently issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
In preparation for the General Election scheduled on November 3rd, the Town of Manchester Town Clerk’s Office and Registrar of Voters Office are working to provide the Manchester community with the latest information on voting registration, security, and processes to ensure all eligible voters who wish to vote this year are able to do so safely and securely.
The Town of Manchester Water Department is issuing a water conservation alert to all citizens, businesses, institutions, and users of the potable water supply because the levels of the Town’s reservoirs have dropped below 80 percent capacity due to the lack of precipitation.
If you would like to be part of the Manchester Greater Together Advisory Committee you must be a Manchester resident, be over the age of 14 and cannot be an elected official. The Advisory Committee will be made up of 5-15 members and will be reflective of town demographics.
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