Town of Stratford Housing Authority 295 Everett St, Stratford, CT06615 The mission of the Stratford Housing Authority is to provide affordable housing to low and moderate income residents and…More to senior citizens of Stratford. The local Authority was founded in 1943 as a quasi-public corporation overseen by a board of commissions appointed by the Stratford Town Council. The Stratford Housing Authority currently manages more than 500 housing units within the town of Stratford and another 600+ apartments in greater Bridgeport in conjunction with the state of Connecticut.
Birdseye Municipal Complex, formerly Birdseye School, is the home of Stratford Community Services, which offers…More programs for residents including children, youth and families. Among the offices located in the complex are the Youth Service Bureau, Stratford Youth and Family Advisory Board and the School Readiness & Child Care Advisory Council. Stratford Community Services is open Monday through Friday from 8am - 4:30pm and evening hours are available by appointment.</p>
<p>Other offices and programs located in the complex include Stratford Youth Sports Association, CT Energy Assistance Program, Counseling and Social Services, CARE and the Stopping Underage Drinking in Stratford Coalition.</p>
Boy Scouts of America 60 Wellington St, Stratford, CT06615 The Connecticut Yankee Council creates opportunities for youth to participate in scouting by following the mission of…More the Boy Scouts of America. The organization cultivates a sense of community while instilling life-long values among its members. There are various programs available and numerous packs in each town served. Stratford is part of the Pomperaug district.
State of Connecticut 122nd District 60 Peace Acre Ln, Stratford, CT06614 State Representative Lawrence G. Miller of Stratford represents the 122nd state legislative district that…More includes a portion of Stratford and Shelton. He was first elected to the General Assembly in 1991 and has served 10 terms. Representative Miller is a former member of the Stratford Town Council, Stratford Planning and Zoning Commission, and the separate Zoning Commission. In Hartford, he is a member of the Select Committee on Housing and the Environment, and Energy & Technology committees. Representative Miller was formerly affiliated with the Stratford Chamber of Commerce, United Way, Bridgeport YMCA, Stratford YMCA and American Red Cross. He is currently affiliated as a member of the Catholic Sokols and the Knights of Columbus. Representative Miller received his bachelor of science degree in business from the University of Bridgeport. He has three children with his wife, Mildred.
Stratford's Town Hall at the heart of town on Main Street is the hub of local government. From the mayor's office on…More the second floor to the information systems department on the basement floor, Town Hall is where visitors will find everything from official meeting minutes to dog licenses. The following town offices can be found at Stratford Town Hall:</p>
<p>Mayor<br />Tax Assessor<br />Tax Collector<br />Economic & Community Development<br />Town Clerk<br />Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator<br />Engineering & Building Departments<br />Planning & Zoning<br />Registrar of Voters<br />Town Planner<br />Conservation<br />Finance<br />Chief Administrative Officer<br />Purchasing<br />Human Resources<br />Town Council Chambers and Clerk<br />Town Attorney<br />Computer, MIS Services</p>
Longbrook Park 240 Hurd Ave, Stratford, CT06614 Longbrook Park is a 34-acre multiuse park that includes playground, swimming pool, football and baseball facilities. The…More park was created through the Works Project Administration program administered by the federal government during the Depression in the 1930s. The former swamp was once the site of the first Army air exercises, according to the town of Stratford's website. Today, the park features a winding brook, scenic walkways, abundant wildlife and scenic waterfalls and stone walls. The park was listed on the State Register of Historic Places by the Connecticut Historic Preservation Council in May 2010. It is also a home field for the Stratford High athletic program.