First Selectman: Roy A. Piper
Selectmen: Christopher Lippke and Michael Belmont
Assistant to the First Selectman: Patricia Fairies
1 Municipal Drive
Canterbury, CT 06331
Telephone: (860) 546-9693
Fax: (860) 546-7805
Monday - Wednesday: 9:00am to 4:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am to 6:30pm
Friday: 9:00am to 1:30pm
Applications are processed through the Selectmen's Office to reserve the Municipal Building Community Room and also to apply for a Connecticut Temporary Pistol Permit.
To reserve the Community Room, the applicant must be a Canterbury resident, 21 years of age, or older, and provide a $100.00 deposit when submitting the application. The Community Room can only be booked two months before the event. Please check with the Selectmen's Office for availability of the room prior to planning your event.
Temporary pistol permits are processed through the Selectmen's Office. The applicant must be a Canterbury resident, 21 years of age, or older, and must have completed an NRA certified course. The Pistol Permit Application and the State and FBI fingerprint cards can be picked up at the Selectmen's Office. The applicant must then be fingerprinted. The applicant brings back the completed fingerprint cards, copy of NRA certificate, copy of birth certificate or passport, the completed application and three checks: $14.75 to "Treasurer, State of CT", $50.00 to "Treasurer, State of CT" and $70.00 to the "Town of Canterbury" . This information is sent to the State Police. Historically, the background check takes approximately two weeks to come back from the State and up to eight weeks to come back from the FBI.
Visit The Board of Selectman page for meeting agendas and recordings
- Application for Employment - Town of Canterbury
- Best Neighborhood Program
- Canterbury "I Speak" Cards
- Canterbury Title VI and LEP Plans
- CT-ALIVE Book Recycling Bin
- EMT Application for Employment
- Housing Rehab Support letter
- Sand Bid 2016-2017
- Trunk-or-Treat 2016 - Event Flyer
- Trunk-or-Treat 2016 - Event Registration Form