Who Do I See for...?

First Selectman - a complaint, a compliment, a request to be put on the agenda for a
Selectmen’s meeting, a mailbox shortened by a snow plow, a dead animal on a Town road or for
any number of things that might involve our public works department
 
Assessor - a copy of a street card or assessor’s tax map, information on Real Estate, personal
property or motor vehicle assessments, info and applications for elderly benefits, veteran’s
exemptions, farm or forest land requests, and exempt organizations.
 
Tax Collector - to pay your Real Estate or Property taxes, to get information on back taxes
 
Probate Court - anything to do with an adoption, a change of name, a will or the handling of
an estate, conservatorship, getting a passport. We are now a part of the 32nd Probate District.
The Honorable Jeffrey A. McNamara is the Probate Judge.  Our Probate Court is now located at 118 Pennsylvania Avenue, Niantic, CT 06357, Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
(860)739-6052.
 
Finance Office and Treasurer - to get payroll information, billing information, budget data and all financial information, town finances, budgets and appropriations.
 
Planning & Zoning - to subdivide a property, to get invaluable data on land use, info on  
zoning usage, what’s allowed and what is not, what can be located on a particular piece of
property and what cannot
 
Zoning Board of Appeals - handles disputes brought in regarding zoning, such as variances
and special uses/exceptions
 
Inland - Wetlands Conservation - matters concerning wetlands
 
Building Official - inspects new construction and remodeling for compliance, issues
building permits
 
Public Works - all town roadways, drainage, snowplowing, dead animals etc., street signs
 
Registrar of Voters - here to assist you in registering to vote, keeper of voting lists for the
entire town and election officials charged with procuring poll workers and all those affiliated
with the voting machines and for the maintenance of the machines, etc.
 
Recreation Commission - handles recreation programs for the Town and various playing
fields, walking trails, Christmas tree lighting ceremonies and town field trips
 
Library - books, videos, CD’s, reference materials, reading programs, musical concerts et.al.
 
Municipal Agent for the Elderly - Pamela Henry handles all programs for the elderly, maintains  
buses and transportation availability for seniors.  A coordinator sets up trips for seniors, which
the agent usually makes available to the public.
 
Animal Control Officer - Please call Montville Animal Control Officer, Christian Swanson, at 860-848-3529.