The Federal website for ordering  Free COVID test kits is up and running .   Click here go to the website to order.

In accordance with the CDC guidelines, as of now, masks will be required in all Town Municipal Buildings if you are under the age of 12 and unvaccinated.

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COVID-19 Update:
Starting on December 15th, there will be COVID Testing at JPCC. For more info, CLICK HERE.
To see our schedule of vaccines available, eligibility, registration & vaccine clinic information CLICK HERE.
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If you need telephonic assistance, Connecticut’s Vaccine Appointment Assist Line is available at 877-918-2224, seven days a week from 8:00am to 8:00pm


Registrar of Voters

Absentee Ballots MUST be obtained from the Office of the Town Clerk!

The office will be closed Dec 24, 23, 30 and 31.  We will resume regular Thursday hours on January 6, 2022. Happy Holidays to All !!!!!!

John Gaiser

Marcel Grenier


Registrar office hours:




Election Information:

Next Election Event:

Municipal Election  November 2, 2021

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: 

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



Moderator's Handbook

Poll Workers Manual