Freedom of Information Overview

The Freedom of Information Commission was created by the General Assembly in 1975 with the passage of the Freedom of Information Act. The Act provides the public with rights of access to records and meetings of public agencies.

Most records or files of State and Local agencies, including minutes of all their meetings, are available to the public for inspection or copying. 

Resources to learn about FOI: Highlights of FOI and FOI Citizen’s Guide

You may obtain a copy of the Act without charge by contacting the FOI Commission at:

Freedom of Information Commission 
18–20 Trinity Street Hartford, Connecticut 06106 
Telephone: (860)566–5682; or TOLL FREE (CT ONLY): (866)374–3617 
EMAIL: Freedom of Information Commission

Download the free Adobe Reader to view, save and print the Town Charter and Annual report pdf files. 
To save PDF report files on your computer, click the link and open the report file. Then click Save icon (looks like a diskette) and save the file to a folder on your computer.