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Today on 11/24/2014

12:00am - 12:00am
North Conference Room
12:00am - 12:00am
6:00pm - 6:30pm
North Conference Room
6:00pm - 6:30pm
7pm Ad Hoc Blight Committee
12:00am - 12:00am
7pm Ad Hoc Blight Committee
South Conference Room
12:00am - 12:00am
6:00pm - 6:30pm
Multi-Media Room
6:00pm - 6:30pm
7:00pm - 7:30pm
Meeting Room A
7:00pm - 7:30pm

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Click below to view 2011 Plan of Conservation & Development

Plan of Conservation & Development

Town Hall Hours

Mon - Wed / 9:00am - 4:00pm
Thu / 9:00am - 7:00pm
Fri / 9:00am - Noon

2014 Town Hall Office Holidays

CT Alert

Welcome to Westbrook, Connecticut

Welcome to Westbrook, Connecticut USA, a quaint shoreline community nestled on the banks of Long Island Sound between New Haven and New London. Explore our site and plan a visit to enjoy our fresh salt air, sandy beaches, unlimited marine activities.

Relax in a cozy B&B or chill out in a full-featured resort. Poke around our unique shops and meander through our well stocked mall. When you work up an appetite and you will, Westbrook offers everything from fun casual to gourmet fare and everything in between. Something for every palate and pocketbook.

Enjoy Westbrook, a friendly port.

Storm Closings / Meeting Cancellations / Urgent Notices


Maggie Dixon Classic at MSG

St. John's vs. UCONN Huskies

Sunday, January 4, 2015

The Maggie Dixon Classic is held annually in memory of the former Army Black Knights Women's Basketball Coach. Over the course of her six months as head coach at The United States Military Academy, she led the program to unprecedented heights having played in their first Patriot League Championship and made their first ever NCAA Tournament appearance.

The ninth—annual event, hosted by MSG Sports and the Dixon family, will feature St. John's vs. Connecticut tipping off at 1pm in a meeting of former BIG EAST Conference foes and Perennial NCAA Tournament Teams.

With the announcement of this year's participants, 15—different women's squads have been invited to play in the Classic. St. John's, Connecticut and Rutgers have each participated in the Classic four times—the most of any of the 15—schools.

Included Features

  1. RT motorcoach transportation
  2. Ticket to the Maggie Dixon Classic at MSG
  3. Both St. John's and Connecticut competed in the 2014 NCAA Tournament, with the Huskies claiming their ninth NCAA Championship following an undefeated season.
  4. Leisure time to enjoy lunch, shopping or sightseeing in NYC
  5. Tour Director

Cost Per Person $87


For Information & Reservations Call or Visit Silver Mill Tours

For Groups: Donna Calvi—Sullivan, Phone: 203-379-0711 Email:


Press Release — from Dr. Jeff Bernstein, Westbrook Director of Health and Noel Bishop, Westbrook First Selectman

Governor Malloy has taken very specific actions regarding the potential of patients that may contract Ebloa. Municipalities have been directed to establish protocols to monitor any incidences that may occur in our respective communities. As the Director of Health and as the First Selectman, we convened a meeting on October 29, 2014 at 8:00 a.m. at the Mulvey Municipal Center.

Appropriate staff and personnel were invited to the meeting for a briefing on the specific measures including policies and procedures that would be adopted to ensure that any suspected infected individual will be properly monitored and quarantined, if necessary, consistent with CDC and Health Department guidelines.

We are very fortunate that Middlesex Hospital has conducted training sessions for their staff and is a tremendous resource to our shoreline community if a patient is suspected of having Ebola who then would be referred to the hospital for observation and necessary treatment.

Accordingly, with the advanced training and proper equipment that is available, Westbrook is well prepared to address and monitor any reported cases of Ebola.

Furthermore, the Westbrook Public School System has been involved in these discussions and is equally prepared in assisting the educational community including parents and our students if the need should arise.

Westbrook is fortunate that we have a cohesive team of first responders and other personnel who are prepared to monitor this important health issue.

We would encourage you to access the town's website, for future updates.


Westbrook Social Services is now taking applications for fuel assistance for the 2014-15 heating season for eligible Westbrook residents

Annual household income limits are based on the last four weeks of income and size of household. $32,515 (1); $42,519 (2); $52,524 (3); $62,528 (4); $72,532 (5); $82,537 (6); $84,413 (7); $86,289 (8).

Some asset limits are followed.

Applications are taken by appointment only. Please contact Elizabeth Carpenter, Coordinator of Westbrook Social Services at (860) 399-3040 X154 for information or to schedule your appointment.



Westbrook Park & Recreation Tree Lighting Committee Present:
The Annual Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony


Save The Date!Sunday, December 7, 2014 at 4:00 p.m On the Westbrook Town Green


  • Bring the family
  • Visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus
  • Sing Carols
  • Make Crafts & Reindeer Food
  • Watch Entertaining Performances
  • Take a Carriage Ride
  • Enjoy Refreshments & Lots of Good Cheer!



CL&P will be updating poles, wires and other equipment in the following neighborhoods beginning the week of 10/27/14

CL&P will be updating poles, wires and other equipment in the following neighborhoods beginning the week of 10/27/14:

McVeagh Road, Wood Duck Road, Rintoul Road, Essex Rd. between Farm Lane and Monahan Road, Docs Hill Drive, Monahan Lane and Spencer Plain Rd. at the intersection of Essex Road.

In addition to construction activity in your neighborhood, intermittent power outages, ranging from 2 to 4 hours will be needed to complete this work safely.


Gov. Malloy: State Launches Ebola Information Website

Residents Can Visit for Useful Facts

Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that the State of Connecticut has launched a website to keep residents informed regarding the Ebola virus. There will also be a hyperlink to on the homepages of all state agencies.

“Many residents have questions and concerns. For that reason, we felt it was important to create a localized site where information will be updated on an ongoing basis," said Governor Malloy. "While there are no cases of Ebola in Connecticut, we are taking safety measures to prevent the spread of this virus should someone in our state become sick with Ebola. Our health officials and Unified Command Team have been meeting to prepare for a potential case here in Connecticut.”

For more information, please visit Governor Malloy's website:

2013 Mill Rate

2013 Mill Rate is 21.79

Harbor Management

In response to increasing and competing demands for the use and development of the waters and coastal shoreline of the Town of Westbrook, the Harbor Management Commission has made the decision to prepare a Harbor Management Plan which will address a wide range of water-related issues for the entire Westbrook shoreline including:

  1. Recreational and commercial boating, fishing and shellfishing.
  2. Flood and erosion hazards, including areas subject to high-velocity waves.
  3. Industrial and commercial water-dependant uses.
  4. Water-dependant recreational and educational uses.
  5. Water quality and public health.
  6. Public access.
  7. Natural resources conservation including: tidal wetlands, estuaries, beaches, dunes, intertidal flats, escarpments, fish and shellfish resources, and rocky shores.

Harbor Management Plan

Draft Harbor Ordinance
CL&P has informed the Selectman’s Office that there will be several more weeks of tree trimming near power lines in Westbrook. This is a preventative measure in the event of a storm that will minimize power outages

Great News for Westbrook!

The most recent Connecticut Magazine edition on “Rating the Towns” rates Westbrook #3 out of 39 towns relative to the median sale price of a home. Please see rating chart below. On page 58 of the magazine, note the following: “If you’re interested in an affordable town along the shoreline, you might consider Westbrook, which ranks second in civic engagement, second in economic success and third in education”.

Rating Chart
October 24, 2013

Dog Ordinance Update

Please download the attached PDF to learn more about the updated dog ordinance.

Download the Updated Dog Ordinance
May 30, 2013

Westbrook Offers Discounted Prescription Drug Program

The Town of Westbrook, through its association with the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM), the statewide association of towns and cities, is now providing a prescription discount card that will provide uninsured and underinsured residents steep savings on prescription medicines. Westbrook is a member of CCM and this new program is only available to CCM member communities.

Download the Press Release
December 6, 2012
NEW - Septic pump out information for the Town of Westbrook is now available to the public through a site called Septic Search. The website address is You will be asked for the State and Town name, and then you may search by address or last name. All septic pumpers are required to submit Westbrook pump out records to this database. If you have questions regarding the information found on the site, please contact the Land Use Office at 860-399-3047. A link to the Septic Search site may be found in the Quick Links Section on this page.
A new quick link has been added for Financial Reports on the left. If you have any questions or comments regardingthe town's financial reports, please contact Andrew Urban, Director of Finance, at (860) 399-3004

Please note the following openings on various boards and committees throughout the Town of Westbrook.

If you are interested in filling any of these positions, please contact Suzanne Helchowski in the First Selectman’s office at 860-399-3040 ext 110

  • Cable TV Advisory Council
  • River COG Selectmen’s Representative
  • Economic Development Commission
  • Fire Commissioner Alternate
  • Housing Authority
  • Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Commission Alternate
  • Town Center Alternate
  • Water Pollution Control Commission

Local Tide Chart

2013 Mill Rate is 21.79
2012 Mill Rate is 20.98
2011 Mill Rate is 20.98