Current Issues

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On or after June 15, the Westbrook Harbormaster will begin removing unregistered moorings which are deemed dangerous or with nonconforming tackle.  If the owner would like to retrieve the tackle from the Harbormaster, he must provide a check in the amount of $145 made out to the Town of Westbrook, That fee includes the $20 fee for registering the mooring for the current season.  Please note that in person mooring registration will be available in Town Hall on June 13 from 5:30 to 7 PM.​Click here for more information

​Candidates' Forum

October 7th  7pm

Town Hall 

Multi Purpose Room

Also on VSTV  channel 19

Stuff a Cruiser Event

December 7th  10:00 am -3:00pm

Westbrook Outlets

Please Donate : Clothing primarily for Teens and Adults


Candidates' Forum Oct 1, 2018 - To view video click here.


Hurricane Preparedness -  A Message from Westbrook Emergency Management.  Click here.

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From the town:  Regarding Public (not private) Beaches: Policies and Rules for Dogs, Alcohol, Smoking, Etc. 

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Town review of Westbrook Zoning Regulations

Westbrook is reviewing its zoning regulations, expected to take about 18 months. The Council heard a presentation on June 6, 2016  from the town's consultant.

Planning Commission 

Westbrook Hazardous Mitigation Plan

Meeting September 16, 2019--7pm Multi Media Room Town Hall

This is final Public Hearing for 

FEMA compliance before all findings are sent to the State of Ct.

This will deal in Emergency Planning, Floods and Flood insurance

7pm. If possible we will upload a slide show from their last presentation or send a link. In meantime contact Eric Knapp Zoning Official at Town Hall







NEW​s & Important Dates



All meetings are at 7pm in the

Teresa Mulvey Municipal Building 866 Boston Post Road
Westbrook, CT 06498

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Next meetings:                  

Candidates Forum:
​Oct. 7, 2019

​1st and 2nd Selectperson

Multi Purpose Room


 ​​*See Archives for Agendas and Minutes of Meetings

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President- Pat Marcarelli
Vice-President - Mary Jane Monahan
Treasurer - Steve Smith
Secretary - Pauline Peterson



2019 Meeting NOTICES


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From the Alleviating

Hunger Committee: 2019

Westbrook has a large percentage of

households that are struggling to make ends meet. These include those below the poverty level and those above the poverty level but below the basic cost of living threshold. In August 2016, the Westbrook Council of Beaches established the Alleviating Hunger Committee to devise strategies to assist in alleviating this situation. Initiatives that have been undertaken or are in the planning stages include:

Food collection for local food pantries. If you happen to be free on a Tuesday between 1: 30 and 2:30, go to St. Marks to get an appreciation of what happens. We will continue our food collection. Options for contributing food.

  1. Bring to St. Marks between 9 am and 12 noon any Monday. Many of you have been doing this.
  2. Bring food to our meetings and we will make sure it gets to one of the food pantries.
  3. Get in touch with the Alleviating Hunger Committee and a pick up can be arranged. 
  4. Stuff a Police cruiser event coming up this Thanksgiving season. Stay tuned for more info.

(Note: we are finalizing a program to include fruits and vegetables from our gardens with food donations).

Working with Valley Shore YMCA assisting once again with their Vegetable garden.

Please come help out Tuesday mornings at the Y garden. Harvesting season is here. 9:am.

Support of Westbrook Friday night meals at the Congregational Church- COB has seven volunteers assisting.

A system has been set up with the Town and Schools to identify needy families and children that the Council of Beaches members can make monetary or gift card donations to assist these individuals. If you would like to contribute please contact Elizabeth Carpenter, Westbrook Social Services Coordinator at Her office is in Town Hall, next to the First Selectman’s Office. Her phone number is 860-399-3090.
Summer lunches for students and take-home Backpack Program- We will again be assisting 

Westbrook Public Schools by providing programs during lunches that are given out Monday-thru Thursday at the Daisy Ingham Elementary School during July and August.

Updates will be provided on People of Westbrook Facebook page and at COB meetings.
As the Committee progresses it will be requiring additional volunteers to assist in these and other initiatives. If you have interest in doing so or would like further information please contact us at    Our members are Mary Polchaninoff, Barbara Alessio, Kit Bishop,Tony Cozza Andy Schatz and Jim Crawford  All have been great resources for us. Our student members are Juliana Frabreizi, Gavin Lebrec, Jackie Grace and Seth Caslin.