State of Connecticut Appellate Court 97 Hammer Mill Rd, Rocky Hill, CT06067 In 1983, residents of Connecticut voted to establish the Connecticut Appellate Court in Hartford. Chief Justice William…More Laury has been leading the court since 2000. The court rules on appeals and houses its warehouse and record-keeping department at this Rocky Hill location.
State of Connecticut Department of Transportation 660 Brook St, Rocky Hill, CT06067 The State of Connecticut Department of Transportation is responsible for the development and operation of highways,…More railroads, mass transit systems, ports, waterways and aviation facilities in the state of Connecticut. It also enforces safety programs. A warehouse and supply depot are at this location.
Connecticut Innovations 200 Corporate Pl, Rocky Hill, CT06067 Connecticut Innovations specializes in strategic capital and operational support for clients in the energy,…More biotechnology, information technology and photonics fields. The organization was created by the Connecticut State Legislature and is led by a 15-member board of directors appointed by the state governor. The executive director of Connecticut Innovations is Lynn Sedlak.
United States Post Office 32 Church St, Rocky Hill, CT06067 This post office is located across the street from the town hall. A federal agency, the United States Postal Service…More employs nearly 600,000 people and has more than 33,000 postal-operated outlets nationwide. Its operations are completely funded by fees and services, not tax dollars. The postal service delivers to more than 150 million homes, businesses and to post office boxes in every state, city, town and borough in the country. Everyone living in the U.S. and its territories has access to postal services and pays the same postage regardless of location.
Connecticut Lottery Corporation 777 Brook St, Rocky Hill, CT06067 Established in 1972, this Brook Street office services as Connecticut Lottery Corporation's headquarters. In fiscal…More year 2010, the Connecticut Lottery Corporation provided a record $285.5 million to support the valuable services and programs funded by the state's General Fund including public health, libraries, public safety, education and more. Since the start of operation, the Lottery has returned more than $6.9 billion to the General Fund. The Lottery Corporation spends millions of dollars on educating consumers on underage and responsible gambling.
The Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped is a network library of the Library of Congress National…More Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. This service lends books and magazines in Braille or recorded formats along with the necessary playback equipment, free of charge, for any Connecticut adult or child unable to read regular print due to a visual or physical disability. All materials are mailed to and from library patrons by postage-free mail.</p>
<p>An application for service must be completed and signed by an appropriate certifying authority. You can call or write to request an application or program information. An application can also be downloaded from the library’s <a href="http://www.cslib.org/lbph.htm">website</a>.</p>
The Connecticut Department of Veterans' Affairs is a state agency that provides general medical care for veterans…More honorably discharged from the Armed Forces. According to its website, a health care facility with approximately 180 beds provides health care to veterans in numerous ways. There is also a domicile with approximately 483 beds available. Its purpose is to provide residents with rehabilitation care. That care includes: substance abuse treatment, educational and vocational rehabilitation, job skills development, self-enhancement workshops, employment assistance and transitional living opportunities.</p>
<p>The current home opened in 1940 and has since gone through numerous changes. The land first sold to the state by the Gilbert Family of Rocky Hill consisted of approximately 150 acres. Now, 71 years later, there are approximately 90 acres left of the original purchase. The Town of Rocky Hill was given more than 60 acres by the General Assembly to use for a park. Currently, there are 40 buildings on the campus.</p>
<p>A complete history of the Connecticut veterans' home can be found <a href="http://www.ct.gov/ctva/cwp/view.asp?a=2005&q=290842">here.</a></p>
Destiny Corp. 2075 Silas Deane Hwy, Rocky Hill, CT06067 Destiny Corp. is a consulting firm that specializes in business and technology consulting, business process…More reengineering, business intelligence and management, and information technology consulting. The firm serves both government and private clients, including Fortune 500 companies. These include Spring, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Core States Bank , EMI Music Distribution, National Exchange Carrier Association, Pfizer, PNC Bank, Progressive Insurance and the RAND Corp.
Dinosaur State Park 400 West St, Rocky Hill, CT06067 Discovered in 1966 and opened to the public two years later, Dinosaur State Park is one of the largest dinosaur track…More sites in North America. The park offers both indoor and outdoor experiences year round. A geodesic dome covers the museum area where early Jurassic fossil tracks made 200 million years ago are on display. Just outside the museum are more than two miles of nature trails and the Dinosaur State Park Arboretum, which contains more than 250 species of plant families that appeared during the dinosaur age. The museum also displays a bird’s-eye view of the preserved Mesozoic floodplain. Dinosaur tracks, dioramas of Triassic and Jurassic environments, fossil collections and interactive exhibits can all be found here. The Friends of Dinosaur Park and Arboretum (FDPA), established in 1976 and governed by a board of directors, operates as a nonprofit organization devoted to promoting a better knowledge of the area's natural history. The FDPA also funds educational programs at the park and is always looking for volunteers. Dinosaur State Park is also part of the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. Pets are allowed in the picnic area of the park, but not on the trails or in the museum.