In our first June meeting, the Norwich City Council took the bold step — unanimously — to provide significant tax relief to the developers of the former Hale Mill, who are willing to make a long-term commitment to our city.
During the January meeting of its Board of Commissioners, Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) announced that it has contributed $148,848 to three local organizations through the State of Connecticut’s Neighborhood Assistance Act (NAA) program.
With Spring finally upon us, it’s time to start planning for personal and commercial construction projects. Be sure to notify Call Before You Dig (CBYD) as part of your plans.
What is a heat pump? It’s an all-in-one heating and air conditioning system that works year-round to keep your home or business comfortable. During the winter, it collects heat from outdoor air and transfer it inside. During the summer, it doubles as an air conditioner by extracting heat from inside and transferring it outside.
As the weather starts to turn warmer and with everyone spending more time outdoors, it is the time of year when most of us start to think about Spring Cleaning – both inside and outside of our homes. And as this important work gets under way, the City of Norwich is ready to help with our annual refuse and waste collection services.
Despite the ongoing challenges of the pandemic, the employees of Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) completed another successful fundraising campaign for the United Way of Southeastern Connecticut, raising $20,319. When combined with NPU’s corporate contribution, a total of $25,319 will be contributed to the United Way in 2022.
The Cultural Coalition is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Norwich, and helps to improve the economy, vitality, and quality of life in Eastern Connecticut by supporting the arts, cultural, and creative community. They are helping manage and administer $500,000 of Norwich’s ARPA funding for arts and culture to support economic recovery and address the impact of the pandemic.