Town of Killingworth – Official Website2023-11-28T11:27:02-05:00

Welcome to the Town of Killingworth website.

This website provides access to all departments in Killingworth’s municipal government, as well as a meeting calendar where agendas for town agency meetings are posted. It also provides a listing of town services, including emergency services, and information on the various committees and commissions that govern Killingworth.

First Selectman is Eric Couture

News & Announcements

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register to vote?2023-05-26T09:26:38-04:00

You can register to vote online at Connecticut Online Voter Registration.  You may also register to vote in person (with valid identification) in the Town Clerk’s office or in the office of the Registrars of Voters, or by mail with the form on the Voter Registrar page.

How do I get a Transfer Station sticker?2022-06-28T08:46:44-04:00

Each Killingworth household is eligible for 2 passes for the Transfer Station.  Simply bring the vehicle registration to either the Tax Collector’s office, the First Selectman’s Office or the Transfer Station, to obtain your stickers.  To save time, fill out this form in advance:

How do I sign up for town email alerts?2022-06-28T08:49:29-04:00

To sign up for town email alerts, please click on here and follow the prompts.  You can also enroll in the State of Connecticut’s reverse 911 alert system by visiting .

Is Town Hall open for business/Do I need an appointment?2022-06-28T08:49:57-04:00

The town office building is open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.  You may want to call ahead to the specific department as some positions are part time and staffing issues can arise but, in general, no appointments are necessary.

Can I get a document notarized at Town Hall?2022-06-28T08:50:23-04:00

Yes, most documents can be notarized in the Town Clerk’s office or the Tax Collector’s office with valid identification – no appointment necessary.  However, wills, living wills, heath care directives or any document that will be recorded in Killingworth’s land records cannot be notarized at Town Hall.

How do I get a pass to the Clinton Beach?2023-05-26T09:36:15-04:00

As a Killingworth resident you are entitled to purchase a pass for use of the Clinton Town Beach at the resident price.  Simply go to the guard house at the beach or Clinton Town Hall with proof of residency and they will issue you a pass.

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