Community News

Coronavirus Update-Case Data

June 4th – On May 4th,  CT DPH reported 23% of tests performed were positive for the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Update-Recreating the Way We Do Things & Case Data

June 3rd –Today the Governor released the ... more ››

Coronavirus Update-Suffrage Centennial Essay, Clergy Event & Case Data

June 2nd – You may remember Wilton had planned six months of activities to mark the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment... more ››

Coronavirus Update-Questions regarding Wilton Clergy Event, Final FY2021 Budget & Case Data

June 1st – Tomorrow Wilton clergy are sponsoring a Walk for Peace and an End to Racism.

Coronavirus Update-FY2021 Budget, Winners, Shop Local/Win Local & Case Data

May 31st -Tomorrow night, the Board of Finance will meet to set the FY2021 budget and the FY2021 mill rate.  During the last 7+ weeks, the... more ››

Coronavirus Update-Changes to Gatherings as of MONDAY, June 1st, Hair Salons and Barbershops & Case Data

May 29th-This evening the Governor issued Executive... more ››

Coronavirus Update-Testing Sites, State Reopening Plan, BOS Budget Savings & Case Data

May 28th-As previously shared, getting tested for the virus has become increasingly easier.  To find the location that works best for you,... more ››

Coronavirus Update-Flower Baskets, June 6th Release, Unemployment Data, Data Corrections & Wilton Deaths

May 27th –Tomorrow, flower baskets will adorn the lampposts in Wilton Center.  The baskets are made possible by the generosity of Wilton... more ››

Coronavirus Update-Fields and Youth Sports, Senior Photos on Lilly, Car Thefts & Case Data

May 26th -Youth sports are able to resume in Phase 2, currently scheduled to begin on June 20th.  We have been in touch with many of the... more ››

Coronavirus Update-Eat Local, Win Local Winners & Case Data

May 25th– Congratulations to Ann Dorman, Gail Latone, Ernie Ricco and Cindy Waters, Sunday’s winners of Eat Local, Win Local in Wilton.  My... more ››

Coronavirus Update-Memorial Day Honors & Case Data

May 24th– Tomorrow is Memorial Day.  Although the traditional community events are not being held, members of the James B. Whipple American... more ››

Coronavirus Update-Case Data

May 23rd–Cases in Fairfield County continue to grow by more than 100 cases per day, but at a declining rate, as shown in the table below.  ... more ››

Coronavirus Update-Testing Details and Availability, Phase 2, Graduation & Case Data

May 22nd–As promised, CT DPH has provided municipalities with information about the number of residents tested.  As of this morning, a... more ››

Wilton Town Hall to return to regular hours with service by drop box, email or phone only. Transfer Station to resume collecting bulky waste, appliances and electronics.

Wilton Town Hall and Town Hall Annex will be returning to regular hours effective Tuesday, May 26th.  Town Hall hours are Monday-Friday... more ››

Coronavirus Update-Changes to Town Buildings and Transfer Station, DMV Extension, Tax Deferment Application & Case Data

May 21st–Two Town announcements. You can read more in tomorrow’s news or in the related press releases:

Coronavirus Update-Gatherings Under Phase 2 and 3, Tennis Sign-Up, Merwin Meadows & Case Data

May 20th–Today is the first day of Phase 1, though at today’s press conference the Governor talked about Phase 2, causing confusion for... more ››

Coronavirus Update-Reopening EO 7PP, Comment Period on Proposed Budget, Baseball & Softball Field Access & Case Data

May 19th–Late last night, the Governor issued Executive Order... more ››

Coronavirus Update- Recognizing First Responders, Dogs and Trails, Most Common Resident Question, Reopening Guide for Small Business & Case Data

May 18th–Today, Wilton’s Police, Fire and EMS first responders were delighted to find hand-painted rocks with inspirational messages from... more ››

Coronavirus Update-What’s Next, Tax Deferment, Summer Camp and After School Childcare Questions, Eat Local/Win Local Winners & Case Data

May 17th–Wednesday, May 20th begins the official start of Phase 1 of the State’s four-phase plan towards reopening a somewhat different... more ››