***8/1/2022 – All zoning permits must be submitted online via the OpenGov Portal***
For Commission approvals, paper applications must be submitted
**7/1/2022 – All building permits must be submitted online via the OpenGov Portal**
Paper applications will no longer be accepted.
There is a public computer station in the lobby of the Town Hall for applicants to use if necessary
Click Here to Access the Portal
The Town Hall Offices are OPEN to the public: Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm.
Town Hall Closes DAILY 12:30 to 1:30pm for lunch.
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The Town of Salisbury, incorporated in October of 1741, is located in the very Northwest corner of the State of Connecticut. Nestled in the bucolic wonder of the northwest corner of Connecticut. Salisbury and its villages of Lakeville, Taconic, Lime Rock and Amesville are convenient to the Appalachian Trail, mountains for hiking and skiing, lakes for fishing and canoeing, and numerous art and music venues. Even with the myriad of activities available in the town and surrounding areas, Salisbury has managed to maintain its rural feel as is immediately apparent when traveling its scenic roads among beautiful vistas of New England homes, rolling hills, pristine lakes, and babbling brooks.
Visitors are welcome to stay at a choice of attractive inns and B&Bs, attend one of many beautiful churches, wander down the streets to visit shops, galleries and eateries and take advantage of swimming at the town beach or boating on Lake Wononscopomuc or Twin Lakes. One may also indulge in a vast history, including that of the 1800s iron ore industry, by enjoying several historic sites. From international vintage car races to ski jumping competitions, the area offers an array of activities for all seasons. For those interested in a longer “visit”, the town offers an outstanding public school system as well as several renowned private schools. Welcome to Salisbury!
Town of Salisbury
27 Main Street
P.O. Box 548
Salisbury, CT 06068