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Covid-19 may have scuttled plans for Cruisin’ on Main Street’s 20th Anniversary in August but organizers work to keep the spirit of Cruisin’ alive with a new digital program.
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.
On Wednesday, July 22nd, the Town of Manchester was awarded the ICMA Certificate of Distinction in Performance Management. Read more!
The You Eat…We Treat! restaurant promotion developed by the Downtown Manchester Special Services District Marketing Committee concluded. Read more!
Today, the Town of Manchester is proud to announce the launch of Your Voice Matters, a new online community engagement tool. The launch of this initiative is part of a larger town communications strategy focusing on building a solid foundation to better listen, learn, and engage with Manchester residents.