Streetlight outages can be reported by clicking Tanko Lighting to be repaired. To report a streetlight problem or outage the following information will be required: Street name Nearest house number Pole number Streetlight poles are numbered. The number is located on… Read more >
There will not be an open scallop season for 2017-2018. The Waterford East Lyme Shellfish Commission voted at it’s October 19th meeting to NOT have a scallop season for 2017-2018. The reason for the vote was the modest population and… Read more >
Recently, I appeared on the Murray Renshaw show to talk about the Town of East Lyme.
In this edition, topics include the former Mobil Station property, Celebrate East Lyme and beach passes. My guest is East Lyme’s first Police Chief, Michael Finkelstein.
The Transfer Station is now open Tuesday thru Saturday 7:30 – 3:00. Closed Sunday & Monday.
Click here and enter an item to find out how to dispose of it.
Town of East Lyme Stormwater Management Plan July 2017 In accordance with the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4 General Permit) Issued January 20,… Read more >
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.
The Transfer Station is located at 91 Roxbury Road, Niantic 06357 Transfer Station For questions regarding Transfer Station operations call 860-691-4118. Hours are Tuesday thru Saturday 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM Closed Sunday & Monday Proof of residency is required at… Read more >
Click here to view the Board of Education full site! The Regional Counseling Support Initiative is a cooperative agreement among area schools. This agreement, based on a signed Memorandum of Understanding, provides clarity to participating schools. Each school agrees to make every… Read more >
Nar-Anon is a 12 step program to help friends and relatives affected by the disease of addiction. Meetings are Tuesdays 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Oceanside Recovery, LLC, 30 West Main Street, Niantic. For more information contact Erin at… Read more >
There is a serious issue that is plaguing East Lyme and threatens our quality of life. While some of this negative force comes from visitors to our town or people passing through, most of this problem comes from within. This… Read more >
Please be aware that numerous residents in our community as well as residents in surrounding towns of Eastern Connecticut have been receiving harassing phone calls by individuals claiming to be the Internal Revenue Service and demanding money. Please do not… Read more >
What a gem Niantic has become. It was not too long ago that our Main Street Village district was a tired, half empty, sleepy place. Read more