• Tall ships docked at Fort Trumbull during OpSail 2012.

  • The Coast Guard Barque Eagle docked at its home port in New London.

  • The Thames Base Ball Club of New London plays vintage ball at Fort Trumbull.

  • Crowds enjoy the surf and Summer sun at Ocean Beach Park.

  • Art lovers enjoy work at the annual Salon des Independants at Hygienic Galleries.

  • A fish-eye's view of the majestically renovated Garde Arts Theater.

  • A community parade passes City Hall on State Street.

  • A bustling Waterfront Park during SailFest.

  • A lone tug passes Harbor Light on a foggy day on the Thames River.

  • The Reducers rock the boardwalk at Ocean Beach.


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Michael Passero

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New London is a diverse, business-friendly community with a rich arts and music scene, ample housing options, fine dining, public parks, and numerous recreational activities. We work diligently to support existing businesses and attract small enterprises and large corporations to our city. Our deep water port offers waterfront access and our intermodal transportation center provides easy transportation by rail, bus, and highway.

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New London City Hall
181 State Street
New London, CT 06320

PHONE (860) 447-5200
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8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

The Connecticut City and Town Development Act provides an incentive program to attract and support larger economic development projects to the City of New London.  It enables the City to grant property tax exemptions and provide financing in the form of notes and municipal bonds on a project by project basis.  The City Council is the governing authority for application of the Act and retains the right by resolution to control and stipulate the tax related conditions and restrictions on each individual project.  The resolution that is subject to approval by the electors at the November 4th election will, if approved, grant to the City of New London for the next five years from the time of approval all the powers contained in Chapter 114, Sections 7-480 through 7-503 of the Connecticut General Statutes.  To learn more about the process for adopting the Connecticut City and Town Development Act click on the links below.


Listing files in '2014 CT City & Town Development Act Renewal'