STORM RELATED INFORMATION

Due to the debris caused by the recent storm, the open burn permit fee has been waived until Labor Day.  You still need to obtain a permit through the Fire Marshal's office, but the fee has been waived.  Click HERE for permit.

As the clean-up continues in the affected areas, starting on 5/29/18 NMDPW will be picking up wood debris. Please make a neat pile on the shoulder of the road.  They will make a pass once through the area. Click HERE for a list of roads. For more information you can email the NMDPW at:  public_works@newmilford.org



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Town Profile


Location: 
New Milford is located in Litchfield County on the western border of Connecticut in the beautiful Housatonic Valley. To the west is the Town of Sherman and Candlewood Lake. To the south are Brookfield and Danbury. Kent and Warren are north; Washington, Bridgewater and Roxbury are east.

For you astronomers, New Milford is located at 41:35N, 73:24W.

Area: 
New Milford is the largest town by area in the state, consisting of approximately 40,321 acres or 64 square miles.

Altitude: 
Highest point: 1281 Feet on top of Bear Hill
Lowest Point 200 Feet along Housatonic River
Village Green: 260 feet

Population: 
Approximately 28,000

Roads: 
There are approximately 175 miles of improved or paved road and 26 miles of unimproved or gravel road.

Transportation: 
New Milford is a few miles north of I-84 and is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes from Manhattan.

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