I invite you to browse the various pages of this site and learn more about our City’s history, departments and the many services that are available to our residents. As citizens, I encourage you to be informed on the issues facing our community, ask questions, and share your thoughts on how your city leaders can best serve Meriden.
While it is important that the City use this website to share information with residents, it is equally important that you, our residents, utilize this tool to know the business and happenings of the City. There is a wealth of information provided on this site, including the organizational structure, the budget of the City, the programs and services we offer, and the City history and attractions. I ask that you would take advantage of the information and use it to communicate your ideas and recommendations for improving our community.
This website provides a lot of information, but we also have a very capable staff that can help you with inquiries that are more specific. Contact information is available throughout this site for various City departments and your City Council.
If you are looking for a new home for your business, there is no better location than Meriden. We are located in the middle of Connecticut, less than two hours from New York and Boston, at the crossroads of four major expressways. Home to world renowned Hubbard Park, which was designed in consultation with the sons of Fredrick Law Olmsted, who also designed New York’s Central Park, our City features 24 municipal parks, Hunter Memorial Golf Club, which is ranked in the top 10 public golf courses in the state of Connecticut, and a wonderful linear trail system. With thriving cultural and civic organizations that are important parts of our community, our City is worth considering as your business home. Contact us and understand what we have to offer.