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At Large: Mike Ludwick – Lori Unghire – Marie Pyznar – Jim Nasuta
District 1: Ken Nelson – District 2: Kelly Hemmeler – District 3: Doug Finger – District 4: Bob Hendrickson
Strong Municipal Leadership:
We are fiercely loyal to Enfield! Employing budget restraints, common sense solutions and steadfast leadership, our goal is to make Enfield the most attractive community in the region for families to live, learn and thrive.
Skilled and Experienced Professionals:
We recognize the importance and the privilege of serving on the council. We are long-time residents, business owners, and active members of the community. We understand the needs of our citizens first hand and together will serve to restore good government to our town.
Peter Jonaitis – Charlotte Riley – Jean Acree – Janet Cushman – Phil Kober
This Republican slate of candidates will focus on present opportunities in the school system for children to excel as well as identify opportunities within the district and work collaboratively with all stakeholders to address these issues and plan for future success.
Why it Matters:
Local control. Times are tough for families with prices skyrocketing. The budget for schools is large. We as your BOE need to ensure that every single tax dollar is spent wisely and used to its fullest potential so our children, teachers and staff have what they need to be successful and safe.
We pledge to listen to parents, to understand the needs of teachers and students, and to restore pride in achievement throughout the Enfield Public School system.
Understand how your local government is established and the rules under which it operates.
Board of Education Members
Registrar of Voters
All Boards & Commissions
ERfC is a private, community-based, non-profit agency that provides academic, enrichment, recreational, and cultural arts activities for students during out-of-school-time hours.
How-to, forms, codes and regulations.
Provides social, educational, and recreational opportunities.
The Enfield Child Development Center provides a comfortable, positive, and family-supportive environment where children feel safe and secure.
Located at 1010 Enfield St. Youth Center phone: 860-253-6426. Youth Services phone: 860-253-6380
Located at 124 North Maple St
These are town-owned parks and facilities.
784 acre park with birding, fishing, hiking and hunting. Location 1: Powder Hollow Block (2010 S Dust Rd). Location 2: West (464 Hazard Ave). Location 3: Bailey Rd (13-101 Bailey Rd).
Enfield has two libraries: Central Library (104 Middle Rd) and Pearl St. Library (159 Pearl St).
The National Neighborhood Watch program empowers citizens to become active in community efforts through participation in Neighborhood Watch groups.
Try the Digital Business Assistant
Starting a business in Enfield
Search CT SiteFinder Connecticut’s most comprehensive online database of available commercial properties.
Variety of tips for business owners by the CT SBDC (Small Business Development Center)
Resources for business permits, environmental license or professional certifications.
Visit the CT Secretary of the State website. FAQs regarding Business Entities.
Information for small business capital from the SBA.
No-cost business advising provided by the Connecticut Small Business Development Center.
Connecticut grants and small business tools.
A private, non-profit organization located in North central Connecticut. Our agency, including subsidiaries Allied Rehabilitation Centers and Allied Community Resources, has been serving individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities, and individuals with acquired brain injuries since the early 1960s.
A private, community-based, non-profit agency that provides academic, enrichment, recreational, and cultural arts activities for students during out-of-school-time hours.
They rely on volunteers to help us run the park. The dog park cannot remain open without volunteers! Email them if you can lend a hand: EnfieldDogPark@gmail.com
From its inception in 1968 to the present, the Enfield Food Shelf volunteers have collected, prepared, and distributed food to thousands of needy families. Located at 786 Enfield St.
Enfield Loaves & Fishes is a local area Soup Kitchen providing hospitality to all those in need by offering meals, aid, and companionship at no charge. Located at 23 N Main St. Mailing address: P.O. Box 544, Enfield, CT 06083-0544
The mission of the center is to serve and engage the hard to reach and underserved homeless population by assisting to meet their immediate basic needs and to be a conduit for them to connect to area resources, agencies and organization for their housing needs. The center is at St. Patrick’s Church, 64 Pearl St, Thompsonville, CT.
As Little Sisters of the Poor, we care for the elderly poor in the same spirit of humble service that we have received from our Foundress, Saint Jeanne Jugan. We welcome the elderly as we would Jesus Christ himself and serve them with love and respect until God calls them home.
Yappy Tails aims to match as many dogs with great homes as possible. Multiple volunteer opportunties!
Mailing Address: 54 Hazard Ave, Box #135, Enfield, CT 06082