Proprietors from Hartford, those whose names appeared on the tax lists of 1720 were originally given the western land grants called Hart(ford)land,now known as the Town of Hartland. The Town of Hartland was incorporated in 1761.
On behalf of the residents of the Town of Hartland and all of its officials, please accept our warmest of welcomes. We hope that you will come to know and love this community as much as we all do. Hartland offers the very best of small town living: an excellent school system, strong church and community organizations and a friendly neighborhood atmosphere.
HARTLAND REVALUATION HAS BEGUN. REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TOWN AND THE COMPANY WORKING FOR THE TOWN WILL HAVE IDENTIFICATION. EAST HARTLAND IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING DONE NOW – WEST HARTLAND WILL BE NEXT. ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS, FEEL FREE TO CALL THE TOWN HALL AND/OR THE ASSESSOR’S OFFICE 860 653-6800. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE!!!!
BARKHAMSTED – State Representative Bill Simanski (R-62) and State Senator Kevin Witkos (R-8) will be hosting a fraud prevention forum to help seniors learn how to avoid being victims of fraud and scams. Guest speakers from AARP will present The Con-Artist’s Playbook, a Deep Look into the Mind of Scam Artists.
The event will be held on Friday, November 6, from 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.., at the Barkhamsted Community Room, 33 New Hartford Road, Barkhamsted.
The Con-Artist’s Playbook presents an inside look at how scammers think and can help enable persons to protect themselves and their families against identity theft and fraud. This program was developed based on hundreds of undercover fraud tapes and hours of interviews with victims and con artists. It demonstrates common strategies scammers use and provides tools for use in defense of common con-artist tricks. Guests attending the event will receive a free copy.
This event is open to the public and free of charge.