Swallow. Picture by Michael Moschen

Information and Application for the Cornwall Facade Improvement Program III

Public Notice: Rabid kitten at Southbury Town Wide Tag Sale - June 3, 2017 

Waste water management study West Cornwall, January 20, 2017 

Read the 2015-2016 Annual Report with the CHC Addendum

The New Cornwall/Goshen Van 

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Rep. Ohler testifies with Cornwall First Selectman on Herbicide Spray


The Cornwall Association's forum on the Great Flat Rocks Fire, May 20, 2017. Video by Richard Griggs.

Video of Cornwall Historical Society's Foreign Mission School bicentennial celebration Forum "Whose Mission", filmed by Jeff Jacobson, June 18, 2017

Videos from Cornwall Historical Society's Foreign Mission School Bicentennial, June 17, 2017

Videos from Cornwall Historical Society Opening Exhibit and Park & Rec Town Beach Party, June 16, 2017

Flag Day Ceremony at Cornwall Consolidated School video, June 14, 2017

Housatonic Camera Club Opening at Souterrain Gallery, June 10, 2017 View the video here

Videos of the Morris Dancers, June 10, 2017

Press Release  regarding your taxes from Office of the Assessor, Town of Cornwall


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A very short history of Cornwall

Cornwall, in Litchfield County, is located on the Housatonic River in northwestern Connecticut and contains a portion of Mohawk State Forest. The town was incorporated in May of 1740 which means that the town was celebrating the 275th anniversary in 2015.  The early economy was based on farming, but iron furnaces, including two blast furnaces, gained importance in the nineteenth century, along with the supporting charcoal making industries. Famous as the site of the Cornwall’s Foreign Mission School and the Cream Hill Agricultural School, Cornwall has also been called the “Home of the Covered Bridge,” in reference to the 1864 West Cornwall Covered Bridge that is still in service today. One of Connecticut’s smallest towns, Cornwall has remained a rural community. (From the  ConnecticutHistory.org website )
Some videos of Cornwall events

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