Clinton Nurseries 71 Killingworth Tpke, Clinton, CT06413 Clinton Nurseries is located in the historic, coastal town of Clinton. It is a wholesale distributer. Clinton Nurseries…More sells its products strictly to businesses.
Town of Clinton Boat Launch riverside drive, clinton, CT06419 The Clinton Boat Launch and boat ramp is located to the east of the Town Marina at the end of Riverside Drive. Parking…More is free, contact the office for more details.
Clinton Yacht Haven 34 Riverside Dr, Clinton, CT06413 Clinton Yacht Haven is located in the historic, coastal town of Clinton, Connecticut. Its facilities include a clubhouse…More as well as a heated in-ground pool, ample and convenient secured parking, showers, lockers, a washer and dryer, a billiard table, and a large tent with picnic tables. Stop by, call or visit Clinton Yacht Haven's website for more information.
The Eliot House 50 E Main St, Clinton, CT06413 The Eliot House is a historical building located between the Town Hall and the former police station. The building…More houses the Clinton Chamber of Commerce and the Judge of Probate. The Eliot House is also used by several town commissions and town organizations such as the Clinton Land Conservation Trust.
Town of Clinton Social Services 61 E Main St, Clinton, CT06413 The Social Services Department of the Town of Clinton is located in the historic Academy Building, first floor, across…More the street from Andrews Memorial Town Hall. Cheryl Church, coordinator, is there to help Clinton residents who need state aid such as food stamps, Medicaid, energy and heat assistance and other programs such as ConnPace (pharmaceutical assistance to the elderly and disabled) and more. The department provides non-perishable food and/or fuel assistance for those who are in an emergency situation.
Town of Clinton Building Department 54 E Main St, Clinton, CT06413 The Clinton Building Department is located on the lower level of Andrews Memorial Town Hall and consists of several…More offices and personnel including the zoning enforcement officer, building official, planning and zoning office and inland wetlands office.
Arrigoni Distributers 41 Commerce St, Clinton, CT06413 Arrigoni Distributers is located in the historical, coastal town of Clinton. It specializes in custom yacht cabinetry.…More Arrigoni Distributers also offers sportfising and marine accessories as well as car care products.
Clinton Tourist Information Center 49 E Main St, Clinton, CT06413 The small tourist information center in the heart of Clinton is often used as the No. 1 spot to take a photo of the kids…More in an old-fashioned stock. Brothers and sisters especially like to see their siblings in the age-old contraption. Written information on the many historical buildings and attractions in town can be obtained from the center, especially during the town's busy summer season.
The town of Clinton's in-house Technology Department, run by Chuck Venter, is located on the lower level of Andrews…More Memorial Town Hall.
Although many town departments provide services directly to the citizens, businesses or other external groups, the Information Technology Department serves the departments, offices and bureaus that serve the public, assisting with technology needs and implementation.
Town of Clinton Town Clerk's Office 54 E Main St, Clinton, CT06413 Located on the first floor of Andrews Memorial Town Hall, the town clerk's office is the go-to place for dog, fish and…More game licenses; liquor permits; trade name certificates and Justice of the Peace and notary public services. Led by Town Clerk Karen Marsden, the office also records notable events such as town elections, land records, town statistics and town meeting votes.
Clinton Town Beach Waterside Lane, Clinton, CT06413 Located at the end of Waterside Lane, the Clinton Town Beach is a treasure of the town, offering beautiful sandy…More beaches, great views of Long Island Sound and peaceful scenery. The 1,700-foot-long beach is managed and staffed by the town's Parks and Recreation Department. During the summer season, residents can purchase a yearly pass (there is a reduced fee for seniors); non-residents pay per visit. Buses are welcome and pay per visit, as well. The beach also offers a (new) restroom building and snack shack.