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Dog Licenses Required By July 1
The Rocky Hill Town Clerk's office is reminding people that it is time to license your dogs.
Applications for dog licenses are available at the Town Clerk's office. According to a release from the town, it is suggested that the application is made by mail.
The fees are as follows:
- Male or Female dog - $19
- Neutered male or spayed female dog - $8
New licenses must be procured on or before June 30, or a penalty will be collected pursuant to Connecticut general statutes.
All dogs six months or over must be licensed and wear collar and tag at all times, the release said. If not the dog is not wearing a tag, it is presumed to be unlicensed and is not protected by law, which means the owner is liable by prosecution.
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If application is made by mail, check must be made payable to the Rocky Hill Town Clerk enclosed in a self-addressed stamped envelope. The letter must be sent to the following address:
- Town Clerk
- 761 Old Main Street
- Rocky Hill, Ct, 06067
For more information, call 860-258-2705 or visit the office at the . Additional information has been attached as a PDF.
Chamber Golf Tournament
Members of the and small business owners will hit links to raise money for Rocky Hill students.
The annual will be held at Gillette Ridge Golf Club in Bloomfield Thursday morning. The proceeds from the tournament will be used toward scholarships for seniors.
About 80 golfers are expected to attend the tournament this year.
For more information about the , call 860-258-7633 or visit their website.
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Historical Society Opens For Summer Nights
If Rocky Hill residents are interested in learning about the town's history, they can stop by the once a month on Thursday nights.
The Rocky Hill Historical Society will be on the fourth Thursday of each month during the summer from 7 to 9 p.m. The first night of the summer program is tonight.
Each night, the society will offer a special program for residents, however at this time, no events have been announced. Stay tuned for updates.
For more information, visit the society's website, http://rockyhillhistory.wordpress.com/ or call 860-563-6704.
Concerts Rock Veterans Memorial Amphitheater Tonight
The kicks off tonight with a motown, funk and blues band performing covers of Rocky Hill residents' favorites.
All the concerts, which are sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Department, will be held on Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the in back of .
There is ample parking at the venue and all the concerts are free of charge. Food will be available for purchase at 6:30 p.m.
A complete list of the bands performing is provided as a PDF. For more information about Parks and Recreation Department events, contact its office at 860-258-2726 or visit its website.