REGISTRARS: Sept. 14 primary, maybe

The Republican and Democratic Town Committees will meet in July to nominate candidates to stand for office in the Nov. 2 municipal election. The Republican caucus is scheduled for Thursday, July 22 at 7 p.m. in the Granby Senior Center Community Room.


Word was received from the State Department of Education that remote learning will not be mandated in the 2021-2022 school year. All families have been notified.

Browse & Borrow

Registration is required for many of the library’s programs. To register, follow the links on the library’s website or call the library. To learn more about upcoming programs, sign up for the library’s monthly eNewsletter on the website or by phone.

Registrars Calendar Review

Absentee Ballot Applications are being collected now by the Town Clerk for those who know they will be away from home on Sept. 14 and/or Nov. 2. The form is available at Town Hall or on the web at

Summer Celebration!

Granby Public Library welcomes library patrons of all ages to participate in a series of fun-filled events this summer that will get you excited about reading, learning and growing together. This year’s theme, Tails and Tales, invites patrons to explore stories and events that feature animals, as well as opportunities to gather with friends and neighbors in a safe, distanced way.

Granby Food Bank

Donations can be dropped off at the VNA office on Salmon Brook Street

Social Services

The focus of the Social Services Department is to coordinate existing federal, state, regional and local services, to increase community awareness of these services and to develop new programs to meet the needs of Granby residents. For more information about any of the following programs, contact Director Sandy Yost at 860-844-5351.


Kuhnly stated the purpose was for the Neighborhood Assistance Act Program and the submission of proposals. He asked the Vice Chairman to read the Legal Notice.