Please click here for Household Hazardous Waste collection information. East Lyme residents can go to any of the locations listed. On-site paper shredding is also a part of this service. Click here for other recycling resources.
Attached are the policies and regulations set forth by the Parks and Recreation Commission as of March of 2016. If you have questions after reading through these guidelines, please contact the parks and recreation office at 860-739-5828.
The house and grounds will be open to the public on Sundays from Memorial Day to Labor Day from 12:00PM to 3:00PM to offer visitors the opportunity to tour the inside of the house and take walking tours of the… Read more >
Leaves will be collected during the following weeks on your regular collection day: Week of May 8, 2017 Week of June 5, 2017 Week of July 10, 2017 October 10 through December 15, 2017 (No collection Thanksgiving week.) Leaves must… Read more >
The regional track meet this spring will be held on May 19th at Fitch High School. Registration will begin promptly at 5:00 PM and events will begin at 6:00 PM. Please complete the attached registration form and bring it with… Read more >
The Transfer Station is located at 93 Roxbury Road, Niantic 06357 Transfer Station For questions regarding Transfer Station operations call 860-691-4118. Hours are Monday thru Friday 7:30AMto 3:00PM and Saturdays 8:00AM to 12:00PM Proof of residency is required at the… Read more >
East Lyme Auxiliary of Child and Family Agency – Calling All Vehicles! Calling all vehicles – trucks (big, small, antique, brand new, or unique), boats, helicopters, go-carts, etc. We welcome you all. Now is the time for Vehicle Owners to… Read more >
The East Lyme Fire Marshal and the East Lyme 911 Dispatch Center offer the following to help you be prepared for Spring: For some residents your spring cleaning lists already include yard work and while there are restrictions on what… Read more >
MESSAGE FROM THE EL PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Since the last snowstorm and subsequent warm spell, there appears to be many areas where the plows and/or or sidewalk clearing machines may have dug up lawns. We have received calls from residents asking… Read more >