In response to a sustained improvement in COVID-19 transmission rates and decreased hospitalizations, Acting General Manager Steve Stephanou and Mayor Jay Moran announced that the Town of Manchester has ended the Town’s indoor mask mandate.
An exhibit introducing the plan through stunning visuals accompanied by informational narratives held at Work_Space beginning Monday, October 25.
The Town of Manchester’s Department of Leisure, Family, and Recreation will host their Fall Festival on the week of October 19-22 at Northwest Park, 448 Tolland Turnpike. With events including pumpkin carvings & paintings, a Jack-O-Lantern Zombie Walk, food and craft vendors, candy giveaways and more, there will be something for the whole family to enjoy.
Beginning in October, expect to see plenty of positive messages popping up around town. The Manchester Women’s Club, in partnership with the Town of Manchester’s Recreation Division, is launching The Positivity Project.
Meet up weekly with your infant, toddler, or preschool aged child(ren) for a walk! Don't walk alone!
The Town of Manchester’s Board of Directors approved a resolution Tuesday that aims to strengthen town-wide public services and support systems for the LGBTQ+ community.
Northwest Park has weekly fall programs and events for Manchester Residents. Visit us at OurParks for find out more!
The Manchester Board of Directors is working on the Town’s funding plan and would like to hear from you. What are your recommendations/suggestions/ideas for this significant investment to address town needs? Take the survey to share your thoughts.
The past year and a half has seen drastic changes to the issue of school lunch debt in Manchester, the state, and the country as a whole.
The Town of Manchester is seeking community input on the next General Manager, please take the survey below to share your thoughts.
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