Due to the Corona Virus, Town Hall is open to the public by appointment only. Please be patient as some of our employees are working remotely. Please call the appropriate department if you have any questions or call the Mayor's Office at 860 355-6010. Sorry for any inconvenience.
The Town Clerks office is currently by appointment only from 9am-4pm. Please call 860-355-6020 or e-mail to schedule an appointment. Passports will not be processed in New Milford at this time.

The New Milford Public Library is closed until further notice  The New Milford Senior Center is closed for all programs, but is available by appointment only.

For information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) please see the following links: CDC, CT Department of Public Health, Governor's Executive Orders. Information can be found by dialing 211.
Click HERE to see what essential businesses are open and their hours.


Registrar of Voters

*All regular voting districts will be open on Primary Day 8-11-20

for voters who do not wish to vote by mail in or regular absentee ballot.

John Gaiser

Marcel Grenier


Registrar office hours:




Election Information:

Next Election Event:

Presidential Preference Primary August 11, 2020

During elections, primaries and referenda, polls open at 6AM promptly and will close at 8PM promptly.


Absentee Ballots are obtained from the Office of the Town Clerk.  You must complete an application in order to receive a ballot. To obtain an application, please click the link below:

 Absentee Ballot   Application 

Absentee ballots are usually available 14 days prior to a referendum voting event, and 30 days prior to an election event. 

Completed Absentee Ballots must be returned to the Town Clerk, not the Registrar of Voters.


Information for Voters:

*May 11th was the last day to change party affiliation and be eligible to vote in the new party's primary August 11th

Changing Parties?  Click the link below for information:

Acquisition of Rights of Party Enrollment


Not sure of voting status, party affiliation, or polling station, use the following link:

Voter Registration Lookup


Want to register online to vote:

On Line Voter Registration

Voter registration cards are also available from the Town Clerks office, and outside the Registrar's office, which is located across from the Loretta Brickley Room. 


More information about voting and voting rights is available from the Secretary of the State web site:

Secretary of the State

State Election Calendar for November 3, 2020 Election 


Moderator's Handbook

Poll Workers Manual