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    COVID-19, CORONAVIRUS Emergency Outcall Sign-up – Click Here Available Mental Health Resources New Canaan OEM Facebook page The following is an update as to actions taken by the Town of New Canaan to educate, protect and prepare our community during the coronavirus outbreak. All residents are asked to take personal responsibility for their health and
  • Ward Off Holiday Isolation

    Ward Off Holiday Isolation Those who are feeling isolated during the holidays while they adhere to warnings and stay home to avoid COVID-19 are being urged to reach out to New Canaan Human Services. “Give us a call. Make an appointment. Come in. We will keep our distance. We will have our masks on. But
  • Going Pink – The Pink Patch Campaign

    For immediate release For more information, contact Chief Krolikowski at 203-594-3512 New Canaan, CT: NEW CANAAN POLICE DEPARTMENT PRESS RELEASE Date: September 30, 2020 Subject: “Going Pink – The Pink Patch Campaign” Narrative: The New Canaan Police Department is “Going Pink” and joining the nation-wide campaign called “Pink Patch” to raise awareness for breast cancer
  • Records Department Hours and Availability

    Please note the current RECORDS DEPARTMENT HOURS with availability in person at the Records window and via phone: 203 594 3518 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM Monday through Friday If you prefer to submit your request in writing, please email the Records Department at the following address:

“Please let us know how we are doing and ways we can improve community safety”.

Leon M. Krolikowski – Police Chief