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Housing Authority of the City of Willimantic 
John Naumec Chairman
Water Pollution Control Authority 
Rene Goss Chairman
The Windham Water Pollution Control Authority manages the Town of Windham Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF). The WPCF serves the Town of Windham, including the City of Willimantic, with a sanitary sewer system. It consists primarily of an underground network of piping fed by gravity to a treatment plant designed to effectively treat up to 5.5 million gallons per day (MGD) of average daily flow.
Willimantic Traffic Authority 
The Willimantic Traffic Authority operates under Connecticut State Statutes and is responsible for placing and maintaining traffic signals, signs and pavement markings on town roads within the Willimantic Service District. The Traffic Authority also has jurisdiction over municipal parking lots. Requests for signs and such should be directed to the Town Engineer. When three requests are received the Traffic Authority conducts a public meeting on the requests. The Town Engineer functions as the Chairman.


Board of Assessment Appeals 
The Board of Assessment Appeals is an elected board whose purpose is to hear appeals of property owners who disagree with the assessment of their property.
Board of Education 
Tracy Lambert Chairman
Board of Finance 
Lynne Ide Chairman
The Board of Finance is responsible for setting the budgets for the general town government and for the Willimantic Serivice District. The Board of Finance also is responsible for approving modifications to the budgets as it is implemented throughout the fiscal year.
North Central Health District 
The Town of Windham is a member of the North Central Health District whose responsibilities include: the inspections of restaurants, water systems, wells, health education, pandemic and bio-terrorism response.
Town Council 
Town Council - Willimantic Service District 
Town Council - Windham Service District 
Willimantic Public Library Board of Directors 
Judd Ayer Chairman
The Willimantic Public Library provides open access to materials, resources and technologies that support the diverse educational and information needs of the community.
Windham First Taxing District Board of Directors 
The Wiindham Taxing District Board of Directors conducts its annual election in April of any given year.
Windham First Taxing District Sub-Committee on Policing 
Windham Senior Center Advisory Board  
Zoning Board of Appeals 
Robert Coutu Chairman


Charter Revision Commission 
Conservation, Open Space & Agriculture Commission 
Economic Development Commission 
William Hettinger Jr. Chairman
The Economic Development Commission works to support and promote existing businesses and to market and promote the town for the purpose of attracting new businesses. The Commission works with town officials, town committees/commissions, and other agencies within the town by engaging in activities to enhance the image of the town as a place to live, work, and conduct business.
Energy Commission 
The Commission has been established for the promotion of energy efficiency, conservation and alternative engery in the Town of Windham, with the overall goal of planning and executing a path to a sustainable energy future.
Ethics Commission 
Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Commission 
Susan Johnson Chairman
The Zoning Commission is but one entity in the land use boards utilized by the Town of Windham. See general description of: ZBA, Zoning Commission, Planning Commission, and Inland Wetlands Commission.
Planning and Zoning Commission 
Paula Stahl Chairman
The Planning and Zoning Commission has authority under State Law, and Town Charter to adopt regulations governing the use, bulk, and density of land, subdivision of property, and the protection of property from flood damage.
Water Commission 
J. Michael Callahan Chairman
Windham Historic District Commission 
William McMunn Chairman
The Commission reviews each proposal for constructing, demolishing or altering exterior architectural features of buildings, structures, and signs in the Historic District and, after a public hearing, it determines whether to grant a Certificate of Appropriateness.


Ad Hoc Elementary School Building Committee Regarding Wells  
Ad Hoc Sweeney Elementary & Windham Middle School Micro-Grid Building Committee 
Historic District Study Committee 
The Committee will evaluate the appropriateness of establishing additional historic districts or historic properties in the Town of Windham consistent with Chapter 97a of the CGS. In consultation with the Windham Historic District Commission, sand Committee shall advise, educate and promote awareness of the Town's historic assets.
Housing Code Enforcement Committee 
Inter District Magnet School Building Committee 
A Building Committee established for the construction of an Inter District Magnet School
Mid Northeast Recycling Operating Committee 
Natchaug-Willimantic NRZ Steering Committee 
Police/Fire Pension Committee 
Windham High School Roof Building Committee 

Civic Services

Eastern CT Workforce Investment Board 
Justice of the Peace 
Windham Region Transit District