TOWN OF GRANBY
First Selectman B. Scott Kuhnly will be holding an informal session to discuss local items of concern with Granby residents. The next session will be held on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at the Town Hall Meeting Room.
Granby Planning and Zoning Commission voted to accept the final draft of the revised Plan of Conservation and Development, as prepared by the Plan of Conservation and Development Subcommittee. The Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the Plan on September 27, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Meeting Room. Click here: Plan of Conservation and Development Revised 2016
ANNOUNCEMENT - PUBLIC INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS
5 Corners Roundabout (Fomerly 5 Points)
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (Department) conducted a Public Informational Meeting concerning the proposed Intersection Improvements on Route 10/US 202 (Salmon Brook Street) at East Street and Notch Road.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (Department) conducted a Public Informational Meeting concerning the proposed Major Intersection Improvements on Route 10/US 202 (Salmon Brook Street) at Route 20/189 (North Granby Road/East Granby Road) and at Route 189 (Hartford Avenue)
Click to review the slide presentation by the CT Department of Transportation on March 16, 2016 regarding the roadway improvement for the Town Center.
Click to review the slide presentation by the CT Department of Transportation on March 23, 2016 regarding the roadway improvement fomerly known as 5 Points (5 Corners Roundabout).
The Town of Granby was incorporated in 1786 from Simsbury and covers 40.7 square miles on Connecticut's north central border with Massachusetts. Primarily a rural residential community, Granby is home for many white collar and professional workers in Greater Hartford's financial and insurance corporate headquarters and industries. Located 13.6 miles north of Hartford, the town is bordered on the east by the towns of Suffield and East Granby, on the south by Simsbury and Canton, and to the west by the towns of Barkhamsted and Hartland. Granby's estimated population: 11,000.
The Town is served by State Routes 10, 20, 189, 202, and 219. Interstate 91 is a limited access six lane interstate highway 8.6 miles to the east which provides north-south commercial and passenger motor transportation. Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks is six miles to the east on Route 20. While primarily residential in character with over 3,800 dwelling units, Granby also has more than 100 commercial and industrial buildings and almost 500 acres zoned for commercial and industrial use.
Form of Government
Granby is governed by a Charter, last revised in November of 2012, and operates under a Selectmen/Manager form of government established in 1960. A five member Board of Selectmen serves as the Town's legislative body and an appointed Town Manager serves as the Town's Chief Executive. Selectmen are elected biennially for two year terms. An elected Board of Finance serves as the Town's budget authority. A part-time Treasurer, the Town Manager, and the Finance Officer oversee the Town's finances.