164 Main Street, Hampton, CT 06247                                                                 Mailing: P. O. Box 143, Hampton, CT 06247

Phone: (860) 455-9132
Fax: (860) 455-0517

Town Hall Hours: Tuesdays: 9:00a-4:00p
Thursdays: 10:00a-7:00p;  Bldg Dept: 6:00p-8:00p Thursdays Only




Hampton Congregational Church, 263 Main Street, Hampton, CT has announced this year's gala Silent Film event to be held at the Church on Saturday, February 25th. This year is pure comedy featuring Harold Lloyd in one of his funniest features: Shy Girl! Download for more information.


Hampton Antiquarian and Historical Society is having a program Random Recollections on Feb. 9, Feb. 23 and March 9 from 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM Random Recollections


Hampton Hoot an old fashioned sing-along. 2nd Wednesday of month from 6:30-7:45 at Flectcher Memorial Library.  Hampton Hoot


Legal Notice Town of Hampton Taxes Due  DownloadLegal Notice Town of Hampton Taxes Due
Harry Baum, Jr  CCMC
Tax Collector


Hampton Yoga will be in Hibernation for the winter after the 12/7/2016 class


How to Register

  • In Person: Voters in Connecticut may submit a registration form in person at their local town hall or voter registration agency.
  • By Mail: Voters may download a printable registration form and mail it to their local town hall or voter registration agency.
  • Online: Voters in Connecticut may register online. Applications are available in English and Spanish.

The deadline to register in person, by mail, or online to vote in the 2016 Presidential Election on November 8th is November 1, 2016.

For Hampton's Sample Ballot Click HERE.

Election Day Registration

Election Day Registration (EDR) permits anyone to register and vote in person on Election day who meets the eligibility requirements for voting in Connecticut and is not already registered, OR is registered in one town but has moved to another town.

EDR is not available at your polling place (Community Room in the Town Hall), but is available at a designated EDR location in town (Registrar's Office), beginning at 6am.  You will need to provide proof of identity and residency.

Where do I Vote?

Eligible Hampton voters can cast ballots in person at the Hampton Town Hall from 6am to 8pm on November 8, 2016. An IVS option is available at the polling place for voters with disabilities or any voter who prefers this option.

Do I have to show a photo ID to vote?
The short answer is no, but for more information on when and if you have to show photo ID at the polls, please visit the Secretary of State's site HERE.

Absentee Voting

Absentee Voting Privileges are available to residents who are: military members stationed outside of their voting jurisdiction; living and working overseas; or unable to attend polling stations due to physical disability, illness, religious beliefs, or work/ family obligations. For more information about absentee voting, click HERE.

Application for Absentee Ballot

Application for Absentee Ballot - Emergency- within 6 days of Election


Attenion Voters in Chaplin, Hampton and Scotland.

By now, each eligible voter in Chaplin, Hampton and Scotland should have received a survey mailed from the Board of Education for school district in each town and Regional District 11. The completed surveys will help make decision about the future education in the towns for students in grades PreK-12

The completed survey may be returrned anonymously by using the provided return envelope or by bringing it to the Town Clerk in any of the three towns. Though the request to return the survey by October 14 is found at the end of the survey, they will be accepted at ny time until all responses are entered into a database. Watch your town website for posting of data entry sessions and the final deadline for return of completed surveys.

The mailing list for the survey entitiled Survey for the Chaplin, Hampton, Scoland and Regional District Eleven Boards of Education was compiled from the voting lists and grand list of each town. If any person did not receive a survey but is entited to vote in one of the towns, please contact your town clerk.


The Hampton Board of Education has a vacancy. If you are interested in serving on the board, please contact Rose Bisson at rbisson@hamptonschool.org. Please respond by October 25, 2016


Transfer Station Stickers will be available st the transfer station October 8, 15 and 29


See Event Calendar for Vendor Forms and Schedule of Events



Transfer Station will close at 2:00 on Sept. 17, 2016


Dirt Road but passable on Cedar Swamp starting 8/22. Chip Sealing but passable on Potter Rd and 11th Section 8/22 & 8/23.


Tuesday, July 26th, 5:30-7:30 pm - 125 Putnam Pike, Dayville - NECCOG Conference Room

NECCOG is pleased to partner with the Governor’s Council on Climate Change (GC3) in coordinating a stakeholder engagement event on Tuesday, July 26th, 5:30-7:30pm (refreshments available at 5:00pm).

Participants at 9 satellite locations - including NECCOG in Dayville - will view the video broadcast of a presentation at the primary location in Hartford before engaging in locally-facilitated dialogue. Nearly 200 people across the state participated in the first round of dialogue in May to help shape the GC3’s effort to develop a plan to achieve the state’s mandated goal of an 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions below 2001 levels by the year 2050.

Since the state’s climate action strategy will address everything from transportation policies to energy production and storage, it will have an impact on towns in our region, and we encourage you to have at least one town official participate in the stakeholder process. We also ask that you share this information with other local groups who may have an interest in this concern.

Online registration and further details are available at: bit.ly/GC3-July26. For more information, you may contact GC3 member John Humphries at john.humphries1664@gmail.com or 860-216-7972. Please contact John Filchak, NECCOG Executive Director for NECCOG location information/questions.



The Board of Selectmen's Meeting scheduled for July 5th has been canceled.


Hampton:  Yes - 227    No - 211

Chaplin:    Yes - 155    No - 179

Scotland:   Yes - 209   No - 136

Total:         Yes - 591   No - 526




A Referendum will be held on Thursday, June 23, 2016 between the hours of 12:00 noon and 8:00 P.M. at the Town Hall, 164 Main Street, for the purpose of voting on the following question:


Absentee ballots shall be available as provided by law to persons applying in person at the office of the Town Clerk during its regular business hours.


June is the month to license dogs without penalty.  Cost is $8.00 if spayed or neutered and $19.00 if not.  Kennel fee is $51.00.  There is $1.00 penalty for each month after June.  Please visit the Town Clerk on Tuesdays from 9-4 or Thursdays from 10-7.  Call 860-455-9132 ext. 1 for more information.


As of July1, 2016, Hampton residents will be able to use the bus services provided by the Northeastern Connecticut Transit District.  This service will take the place of the bus transportation formerly provided by Windham Regional Transit District.  Please print and fill out this application or call the Selectmen's Office at 860-455-9132 for more information.


Town of Hampton

Tax Notice


Legal Notice is hereby given to all persons liable for payment of property tax to the Town of Hampton on the Grand List of October 1, 2015.  The first installment is due and payable July 1, 2016 and the last day to pay without penalty is August 1, 2016.

Interest will be charged 1.5 % per month, with a minimum interest charge of $2.00 on all delinquent payments postmarked after August 1st or later. If not paid by August 1st, interest will be charged for the month of July and August and every month thereafter until the bill is paid.

If you do not receive a bill please contact the Tax Office at 860-455-7624 ext3 or look up the bill online.

Taxes may be paid Tuesdays 9am-4pm and Thursdays 10am-7pm at the Tax Office, 164 Main St, Hampton. Payments by check can be mailed to PO Box 94, Hampton CT 06247.   If a receipt is desired, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope with the entire tax bill and your payment.   Credit and debit cards are also accepted for a fee, online through our website at www.hamptonct.org.

Harry Baum JR. CCMC

Hampton Tax Collector


"Shall the Town of Hampton appropriate $1,610,712.00 for the General Government for the 2016-2017 fiscal year?"

# YES - 153      # NO - 44

"Shall the Town of Hampton appropriate $2,161,750.00 for the Hampton Elementary School for the 2016-2017 fiscal year?"

# YES - 128      # NO - 72

Total number checked as having voted:  194  Machine

                                                              6  Absentee

                                                           200  Total


Hampton:  YES - 148   NO - 110

Chaplin:     YES - 111  NO -   35

Scotland:    YES -  64  NO -   91

TOTAL:       YES - 323  NO - 236


On Saturday and Sunday (May 28-29, 2016) of Memorial Day Weekend, Angel Charities, Inc. will hold the 13thannual AngelRide. Angel Charities, Inc. is a 501-C-3 non-profit organization and has organized this this 130+ mile bicycle ride across Connecticut to raise money for a Hospital Outreach Program administered by the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp in Ashford, founded by Paul Newman, for children with cancer and other serious illnesses.  The event will bring approx. 200 bicyclists through town on Sunday morning.  



Hampton:  Yes -  83   No - 120

Chaplin:    Yes -  71   No -   28

Scotland:  Yes -  33   No -  185

TOTAL:     Yes - 187  No -   333


Please see letter from Commissioner Melody Currey, Department of Administrative Services:

Letter from Commissioner Currey


The Town of Hampton Board of Finance will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, May 10, 2016 at 7:00 p.m., at the Hampton Town Hall, 164 Main Street, for the purpose of reviewing the proposed Town Government and Hampton Elementary School budgets for the Fiscal Year 2016-2017.  Citizens shall have the opportunity to provide comments on the budget proposals.

Submitted by Jeff Clermont, Chairman, Board of Finance

Dated at Hampton, the 3rd day of May 2016

Legal Notice


Hampton Agriculture Commission is looking for new members to serve as alternates on the Board. We are looking for people interested in participating in the process of local government in regards to the Agricultural community of Hampton.  No direct connection with farming necessary, just interest and desire. Bi-monthly meeting held 6 times per year. Contact the Selectmens' Office, Town Hall 860-455-9132.

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