By charter, Manchester is organized under a Council-Manager form of local government, meaning the Town Manager…More – Manchester refers to the position as General Manager – oversees the day-to-day operations of the town's various departments to ensure that all municipal services are provided as effectively and efficiently as possible. The General Manager is appointed by, and answerable, to Manchester's Board of Directors. The nine-member board is elected biennially by the town's electorate for two-year terms. </p>
<p>Scott Shanley has served as Manchester's General Manager since January of 2006.</p>
Manchester Housing Authority 24 Bluefield Dr, Manchester, CT06040 Consisting of more than 400 low and moderate income subsidized housing units located throughout town, the main offices…More of the Housing Authority of the Town of Manchester are located at 24 Bluefield Drive.
The Manchester Republican Town Committee is a nonprofit organization that provides local Republicans running for…More elective office fundraisers and party endorsements. The committee additionally helps organize and direct general election campaigns and endeavors to make improvements to the local government and community. </p>
<p>This listing is paid for by the Manchester Republican Town Committee, Donna Roberto, Treasurer.</p>
Town of Manchester Office of the Town Clerk 41 Center St, Manchester, CT06040 Located in Town Hall, the Town Clerk's Office is one of the busiest municipal offices in Manchester, serving more than…More 80,000 customers per year. Town Clerk Joseph V. Camposeo, who has held the position since 1996, is responsible for preserving the town's vital records (births, deaths and marriages) but information about home sales, voter registration or how to apply for a marriage or dog license can also be obtained through the office.
The Connecticut Golf Academy 460 Hillstown Rd, Manchester, CT06040 The Connecticut Golf Academy in Manchester is one of the premier golf instruction schools in the state. The experienced…More staff provides years of knowledge in the sport. Connecticut Golf Academy also offers a full driving range for the public. It is located near the Manchester and East Hartford town line.
Marc, Inc. of Manchester 376 Middle Tpke W, Manchester, CT06040 Marc, Inc. of Manchester is a not-for-profit agency that supports children and adults with disabilities in…More Manchester and surrounding towns. Helping families with support, knowledge and understanding through supportive staff and programs, it provides access to employment, work, housing and welfare. It is helping more than 200 clients lead full lives.
Town of Manchester Senior Center 549 Middle Tpke E, Manchester, CT06040 The town's Senior Center offers transportation, trips, lunches and evening activities that are open to residents of…More Manchester 55 and older, although some restrictions do apply to members ages 55 - 59. Eligible residents can purchase an annual activity card at the center or Town Hall, 41 Center Street, for $5. Non-resdient retired town of Manchester employees 55 and over are also eligible to purchase an activity card for a $12 annual fee, and out-of-town seniors 60 and over can purchase an annual activity card for $12, if they are members of the Red Hat Society, but are restricted to only being able to participate in Red Hat Society events.
Town of Manchester Eighth Utilities District Fire Department 32 S Main St, Manchester, CT06040 An autonomous, volunteer fire department servicing the northern section of Manchester, the Eighth Utilities District…More Fire Department consists of about 100 volunteer firefighters. Residents in the district pay an adjusted tax rate and a separate fee for fire services. Paul Litrico is the chief.
Town of Manchester Fire Department Station 4 105 Highland St, Manchester, CT06040 Located on the south side of town and responsible for covering the south and southeastern portions of the Manchester…More community, Station 4 has one of the largest geographical coverage areas of the town's five full-time fire and emergency response stations. This round-the-clock station is typically staffed by a paramedic and two emergency medical technicians; all are trained firefighters. The station, located at 105 Highland Street, receives more than 1,400 calls a year.