Slow the Flow


The Bristol Water Department announced the City’s reservoirs have declined to below 60 percent capacity from the lack of rain and that the Water Department has issued Mandatory Water Restrictions effective immediately. “Although we were hoping for some rainfall over the past few weeks, we have ...Read More

Get to Know Bristol’s Pagan Church


Curious about that little church on Chippens Hill right on the Burlington line? Well it’s one of the three original churches in Bristol. It began as a schoolhouse which was built in 1884 by Miss Hattie O. Utter, a day school teacher in the North Chippens Hill district of Bristol. A year later ...Read More

Columbus Day Service Schedule For Bristol


City Hall and the Bristol Transfer Station will be closed on Monday, October 12th, 2015 in honor of Columbus Day. There will be no curbside collections on Monday. Rubbish, recycling and yard waste collection will be one day later than normal during the week of the Columbus Day Holiday. Friday ...Read More

Be bear aware!


A Master Wildlife Conservationist with the DEEP will present a lecture on CT bears at the Barnes Nature Center. The lecture will address these fascinating creatures and how to be bear aware! The event is on Saturday – October 10, 2015 from 1:00pm – 2:00 pm Click here for more ...Read More

2015 council debate is now available on Nutmeg TV


When choosing a candidate for public office it is imperative to see and hear the candidate in action. While most state and national elections are televised, municipal elections do not get that type of coverage is so deserves. Residents are stuck with social media posts, blog posts and reports from ...Read More
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