Solar Farm Unveiled

Located at Kevin Sullivan’s farm at 1005 North Street, the project was developed, built, financed and is currently owned by Lodestar Energy.

July/August Commission Meetings

350th Anniversary Committee

Mon., July 23, & August 27

7 p.m., Town Hall

Conservation Commission

Tue., July 24 & August 28

7 p.m.,  Town Hall

Education, Board of

Mon., August 6

6 p.m.,

Middle School

Dept. of Emergency Management and Homeland Security

Wed., July 18

8 a.m. at the Emergency Operations Center, SVAA 205 Bridge Street

Fire Commission

Tues., July 10 & August 14

7 p.m.

Ratley Road Station

Housing Authority

Tue., July 10

6:30 p.m.

Maple Court Rec Room

Parks & Rec

Wed., July 11 & August 8

7 p.m., Town Hall LL

Permanent Building Commission

Thurs., July 5 & 19,

August 2 & 16

7 p.m.

230C Mountain Rd.

Sign Up for Summer Fun!

Looking for great programs for your family to make this summer the best ever? You don’t have to travel far to make the most beautiful memories.

Staff Welcomes New Chief

Posing in front of their Town Hall Annex office are new Parks & Rec Director Peter Leclerc and his staff. From the left: Director Leclerc, Special Programs Coordinator Donna Carney-Bastrzycki, Recreation Supervisor Cindy Fisher and Registration Clerk Pam Cocca.

Firemen’s 5K Race Report

Great weather and the tradition of the event brought out an impressive bunch of athletes and exercisers to what is now the Suffield Firemen’s Association Paul Simison Memorial Run, honoring the memorable and admirable man who started this race, now in its twentieth year.

Firefighters 5k Road Race

The Suffield Firefighters Association proudly announces the 22nd annual Firefighters 5K walk/run.  This year on June 3 at 9 a.m. sharp, The Suffield Firefighters will once again host the annual road race. The race route remains the same beginning on South Grand Street going south to Sheldon Street, then to Mountain Road and ending at Bruce Park.

The Town Hall Saga

More than two and a half years ago on October 8, 2015, the Town voted at referendum to “appropriate $5,130,000 for renovations and improvements to Suffield Town Hall and authorize the issue of bonds, notes or temporary notes in an amount not to exceed $4,385,000 to finance said appropriation.” Since that time, movement towards a renovated Town Hall has taken several turns. The most recent is the Permanent Building Commssion’s (PBC) proposal to raze Town Hall and replace it with a new, more efficient building.

Reminder to Register Your Dog

Connecticut State Law requires that all dogs six months of age or older be licensed in the town of residency. Proof of current rabies vaccination and spaying or neutering, if applicable, must be provided at the time of the application.