ATTENTION KILLINGWORTH TAXPAYERS: Tax bills will be mailed on June 29.
It's JUNE and we all know what that means... IT'S DOG LICENSE MONTH!
Connecticut State Statutes require that all dogs six months and older be licensed annually by June 30. Please renew your dog's license in person in the Town Clerk's office, by mail or online (below right) using last year's tag number to enter. A valid Rabies Certificate is required if the certificate on file has expired.
Mill rate for 2018-19 will remain the same: 27.47
Killingworth voters approved both the Town budget and the school district budget, the Connecticut legislature passed a state budget, and so the mill rate has been set. It will remain level for the coming fiscal year.
Welcome to virtual Killingworth
The real thing is better, of course — we have miles of country roads, even more miles of old stone walls, hundreds of acres of woods and streams, starry skies. We also have a great community, which includes the renowned rehabilitation center for birds of prey, the first net-zero home in Connecticut, dozens of sports teams for children of all ages, community gardens, historic places, and a score of active civic groups.

Virtual Killingworth, however, will answer many of your questions, save you trips and phone calls, and help you understand the town government. It will give you access to many services the town offers and allow you to keep up with what’s going on in the various committees and commissions that govern Killingworth. You can also communicate with Town Hall easily and quickly by clicking here (in an emergency, however, please call 911).

Whether you live in the real Killingworth or are just visiting, please let us know what we can do to serve you better.

First Selectwoman Catherine Iino
Bursting into bloom at Chatfield Hollow Farm and Inn
Many thanks to Ken Metz, the most generous of hosts, for offering beautiful Chatfield Hollow Farm for town events throughout the year. Recently, the town and the Chamber of Commerce held a breakfast there for local realtors, who were wowed by the inn and grounds and reminded each other of all the things that make Killingworth special. On April 28, the farm, along with the Killingworth Women's Organization and the Killingworth Library Organization, held an Earth Day celebration and fundraiser for the library.

As always, Mitch Bankston and Tema Araujo warmly and graciously made certain that everything ran smoothly. The day included live music, informational talks, and demonstrations—of, among other things, pruning techniques, of which blossoming peach branches were a lovely by-product.

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323 Route 81, Killingworth, CT 06419
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