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Due to the Columbus Day Holiday on Monday, October 11th trash and recycling normally picked up on that day will instead be picked up on Tuesday, October 12th. Please plan accordingly.
LAST SUMMER CONCERT! Coyote River Band is Playing Live at Washington Park this Friday, 9/3 — August 31, 2021
This event was rescheduled from 8/27/21.
The Coyote River Band wraps up our summer concerts at Washington Park this Friday as part of the City of Groton’s Concerts in the Park live music series.
The Coyote River Band comes back to our summer concert series with their infectious blend of classic rock, country and dance music. The band mixes three-part harmonies with top-notch musicianship to keep fans entertained into the night. These guys (and gal) are really talented and a whole lot of fun. Come on down and enjoy a great band.
The Friday Night summer concert series is held at Washington Park, Meridian Street in Groton. All concerts start at 6:30 p.m. and are co-sponsored and co-produced by Groton Utilities and the City of Groton Parks and Recreation Department.
Food available at concession stand.
The community is welcome to attend the Mayor, Clerk and Council Swearing In Ceremony on Monday, May 10 at 8pm in the Municipal Building Auditorium.
You may also view it on Zoom.
Meeting ID: 984 8150 7600
- Wednesday, April 21, 2021
- Wednesday, April 28, 2021
- Wednesday, May 5, 2021
- Wednesday, May 12, 2021
- Wednesday, May 19, 2021
- Wednesday, May 26, 2021 (Final Leaf Collection for Spring)
ONLY place leaves in biodegradable paper bags, trashcans or cardboard boxes not larger than thirty-five (35) gallons.
Please do not sweep your leaves into the street or road. Leaves accumulate into the catch basins and clog them up creating drainage problems. Your help with this situation will be greatly appreciated.
Grass Clippings are no longer acceptable at the landfills – please compost or mulch grass clippings on your lawn. Do not blow grass clippings in the street – they accumulate into the catch basins and clog them up creating drainage problems. The City of Groton cannot take grass clippings with the leaf pickup or trash collection.
Place tree twigs or hedge trimmings in with regular trash.
Together we can all keep our City Beautiful!
The City of Groton is closed this Friday for the Good Friday holiday. For those who usually have their trash or recycling picked up on Friday, your pickup this week will be Thursday, April 1st.
Multiple Bonding Projects on the agenda at Freeman’s Meeting – Monday, March 1st — February 24, 2021
The City of Groton will be holding a Freeman’s Meeting on Monday, March 1, 2021 at 7pm seeking approval for multiple bonding projects. Per Connecticut General Statutes, Section 7-6, all electors of the City of Groton and any citizen 18 years or older who is liable to the City for taxes assessed against him/her on an assessment of not less that $1,000, is eligible to vote.
The meeting will be held in person at the City of Groton Municipal Building, 295 Meridian Street, Groton and via Zoom. All electors will be required to present a picture ID and proof of tax liability for those not living in the City to be eligible to vote.
Meeting ID: 981 4605 4684Passcode: 428145
Information on the proposed projects were presented at the February 16, 2021 Bond Public Hearing, viewable below.