Useful Websites

Below are links to other websites we think you might find useful. These sites are created and maintened outside the control of the Town of South Windsor. The site authors ar solely responsibe for any content or problems with these sites. If you have questions, concerns, or comments about a site please direct them to the webmaster of the site in question.

Local Non-Profit & Community Websites

2-1-1 United Way of Connecticut
2-1-1 is Connecticut's statewide information and referral service. It is free and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by dialing 2-1-1 or by searching the online database, linked above.

American Legion Post 133
Post 133 meets at 7:00 pm every third Tuesday of the month, September - June in the Madden Room at SW Town Hall. All Veterans are welcome!

Boy Scout Troop 62
Our troop welcomes all boys, ages 11-17, who want to follow the Eagle Trail!

Boy Scout Troop 186
Troop 186 balances the fun and excitement of traditional Scouting activities, such as camping and hiking, with the spirit of learning and achievement reflected in merit badges and rank advancement.

Boy Scout Troop 880
Our mission as a chartered Troop of the Boy Scouts of America is to provide an educational program for boys and young adults to build character, to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and to develop personal fitness.

Central CT Chapter of Breastfeeding USA
The Central CT Chapter of Breastfeeding USA provides monthly mother-to-mother support meetings on the 3rd Monday of each month at 7:30 pm. Breastfeeding Counselors are available for one-on-one help. See our Facebook page for details and meeting location.

Cheney Technical Vocational High School
Cheney Tech enrolls students from a diverse twenty-six-town region that includes the urban areas of East Hartford, Hartford, and Bloomfield to the suburban and rural towns of Manchester, Glastonbury, Vernon, Ellington, and Coventry.

Our students can select a major program of study from a catalog of eleven different technologies.

Community Child Guidance Clinic
The Community Child Guidance Clinic is a private, non-profit mental health agency offering diagnostic, treatment, and consultation services to children up to the age of 18 and their families. The Clinic serves families whose children or adolescents are experiencing emotional, social, behavior, or academic problems.

Connecticut Conference of Municipalities
The Voice of Local Government

Connecticut Licensing Info Center
The Connecticut Licensing Info Center at link above provides direct access to official State of Connecticut licensing information and resources 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Find your business or consumer licensing needs in one convenient, well-organized place: (a) determine your eligibility, fees, and how to register, (b) download forms and instructions, (c) find answers and agency contacts.

CTTRANSIT provides local and express service seven days a week in the Metro Hartford, New Haven, and Stamford areas. Each year, we help over 35 million people reach their destinations dependably and economically. We offer money saving multi-ride passes and easy-to-use, convenient service. For more information, please visit our website at the link above.

Connecticut’s website to help you travel less and experience more with ideas for exploring what to do, where to stay, what to eat, and events searchable by region or season. For more information, please visit our website at the link above.

Discover South Windsor
Discover South Windsor is a tourism website, including a calendar of events within the Town of South Windsor.

Down to Earth Garden Club
The Down to Earth Garden Club was founded in September 1973 and two of the original founding members are still active with the club. Club members include both men and women, with ages ranging from the 20's to the 80's. Gardening expertise among members ranges from beginner to life-long gardener and from flower gardening to vegetable growing. There are a number of Certified Master Gardeners and Advanced Master Gardeners in our club who willingly share their knowledge in helping us solve problems in our own gardens.

Hartford Marathon
The Hartford Marathon is run in October each year. The 26.2 mile course includes the length of South Windsor's picturesque Main Street. Visit this site for in-depth race information.

Knights of Columbus of South Windsor
The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic fraternal service organization. South Windsor's Council 5779 has members from St. Francis of Assisi and St. Margaret Mary's parishes.

My Friend's Place of South Windsor
A committed group of town residents and employees banded together in March 2003 to initiate the Boundless Playground project. This grassroots committee continues to lead the effort, joined by an ever-growing list of volunteers who are working in many areas to ensure its success.

Smart Start
Smart Start: The first step for business start-ups. This efficient, timesaving State of Connecticut program is designed to bring your business into full compliance with Connecticut law quickly and easily. Smart Start helps business owners to identify their registration and licensing requirements with appropriate state agencies, helps you to complete your forms, and registers your business with the right agencies.

South Windsor Chamber of Commerce

South Windsor Community Band   
The South Windsor Community Band of South Windsor, CT first began playing in 1995 when about 15 people dusted off their clarinets in the attic, borrowed a tuba and some drums, and started playing again...some people after more than 35 years since their high school band days! Today the band is some 50 strong and rehearses every Thursday night.

South Windsor Community Chorus
The South Windsor Community Chorus originally began in 1971 as "Friends of Music." Bobbi Reeves (Director) and Karen Krinjak (Accompanist) volunteered their services to help raise money for uniforms for the South Windsor (CT) High School Band.

From then, we have grown into a well-organized community-based organization that has a Board of Directors that include a President, Vice President, Business Manager, Secretary, Treasurer, Librarian, Fundraising Chairperson, Membership Chairperson, as well as a Music Director and Pianist.

For our performances, we have many volunteers from the membership that help coordinate the many details necessary to produce a well-run concert. Each major performance has a reception following the program. The reception is an opportunity for us to meet our audience, friends, and supporters

South Windsor Community Foundation
The South Windsor Community Foundation, Inc. seeks to improve the quality of life in South Windsor for all residents of all ages by furthering the development of community based programs and projects.

South Windsor Community Toastmasters Club
This is a local chapter of a non-profit organization dedicated to improved public speaking and leadership skills. We meet at the Rockville Bank on Ellington Road in South Windsor on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month

South Windsor Historical Society
The purpose of the South Windsor Historical Society is to seek, acquire, maintain, research, and display objects pertaining to local history such as, but not limited to, artifacts, relics, books, manuscripts, oral histories, and genealogical data in order to preserve these for future generations and also utilize these for educational purposes; to provide information when possible for the preservation and marking of historic sites and buildings; to acquire by gift, purchase, or otherwise, real and personal property; to use and/or manage such property in any legal manner as the Society deems appropriate; to provide educational programs of general historical interest for the public; and to carry on all activities appropriate for a historical society.

South Windsor Jaycees
Since 1990, the South Windsor Jaycees have been bringing young people together to make a difference not only in the community, but also in the lives of their members. Our goal is to teach leadership skills through community service. The chapter coordinates a wide variety of events throughout the year to meet the needs of both the community and our members.

South Windsor Junior Women's Club
SW Junior Women's Club is a charitable organization providing community service programs in many areas including families and children, the arts, education, and conservation. Participation in SWJWC provides all women, ages 18 and older, with the opportunity to contribute to their community and to create lasting friendships. New members are welcome!

SW Little League

SW Public Library

South Windsor Soccer Club
South Windsor Soccer Club was started in 1987 to offer soccer programs to the youth of South Windsor. That first year had over 300 players registered. Today there are over one thousand youths of all abilities playing in a variety of soccer programs including recreation soccer, “rec travel,” TOPSoccer, and Travel.

South Windsor Square Dance Club

Wapping Fair

Wood Memorial Library
In 1926 William Wood chose Hartford architect William Marchant to design a Library as a memorial to his parents, Dr. William Wood and Mary Ellsworth Wood. From its dedication in 1928 until the early 70s, Wood served as the Town's Public Library. In 1971, the Friends of Wood Memorial Library incorporated to oversee its operation as a privately funded library. Now, with the help of part-time staff members and a corps of dedicated volunteers, the library serves the public throughout the year.