State Parks & Boat Launches Will Provide Full Services for 2021

Posted on April 14, 2021


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The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) announced that Connecticut’s State Parks system and boat launches will return to providing full services to visitors during the 2021 season, with some state campgrounds already accepting reservations.

There is still a current 200-person limit for outdoor group activities in Connecticut, which may be further adjusted throughout the recreation season. Most park buildings, museums, nature centers, and other enclosed structures, including restrooms,

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Reminder: Residents Ages 16+ Eligible to Register for COVID Vaccine Tomorrow!

Posted on April 1, 2021


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Beginning tomorrow, April 1, Connecticut residents ages 16+ will be able to register for the COVID-19 vaccination.

Visit the state’s COVID-19 Vaccine Portal to view scheduling options.

Those currently eligible to receive a vaccination will continue to be eligible. This includes:

  • All individuals over the age of 45;
  • Healthcare personnel;
  • Medical first responders;
  • Residents and staff of long-term care facilities;
  • Residents and staff of select congregate settings; and
  • PreK-12 school staff and professional

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WRL Caucus, Governor Lamont Pledge Bipartisan Support for Continued Investment in the Waterbury Branch Line

Posted on March 25, 2021


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WATERBURY – The co-chairs of Connecticut’s Waterbury Rail Line (WRL) Caucus – State Senator Joan Hartley (D-Waterbury, Middlebury, and Naugatuck), and State Representatives Rosa C. Rebimbas (R-Naugatuck) and Geraldo Reyes (D-Waterbury) – joined Governor Lamont at the Waterbury Train Station to pledge ongoing, bipartisan support for investment in the line, citing its crucial role in the region’s economic development. Also present at yesterday’s press event were Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz, CT Transportation

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