Public Works

Independence Day: Monday, July 4, is a holiday for Paine’s. All trash pickups will be delayed by one day for that week.

Youth Services Bureau: Summer break, it’s a great time to talk!

The Granby Youth Service Bureau is proud to be working in cooperation with SAMSA’s Talk: They Hear You campaign to help parents begin and sustain conversations with their children that will help significantly reduce underage substance abuse. From elementary to high school, these conversations can make a powerful difference in our children’s long-term health and wellbeing.

Town of Granby Meeting Calendar

Check Town of Granby website or call Town Manager’s office to verify date, time, location, and get information on how to participate on Zoom, if needed.

Taking the mystery out of revaluation

The revaluation of property values is done every five years per state law. The “reval” being done effective for the Oct. 1, 2022 Grand List will affect tax bills issued for next fiscal year—July 2023.


Multiple candidates vied for their party’s nomination at the May State Conventions of both Democrats and Republicans that chose their nominees for the Nov. 8 ballot.

Public Works

Hazardous Waste: a household hazardous waste collection will be held Saturday, June 11, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Simsbury DPW facility, 66 Town Forest Road, Simsbury.

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 in person, on the website or by phone.

Focusing on Granby youth

This month, as the school year is winding down, I’ll highlight youth programs offered by the town. In addition to its fantastic school district, Granby provides programs and services for youth through the Recreation Department, the Granby Public Library and Youth Services.