Glastonbury is recognized as one of the best-managed and desirable towns in Connecticut.
Our quality of life and public safety are top-notch, and our school system is nationally renowned. Moreover, Glastonbury is a leader in conservation, “green initiatives” and land preservation, and our AAA Bond rating is an acknowledgment of our years of skillful and responsible fiscal planning.
Glastonbury is a remarkable blend of early American history and 21st Century prosperity. The Town features abundant orchards and farm stands, a diverse housing stock that includes dozens of Colonial-era structures alongside modern and efficient homes, and nearly ten miles of shoreline along the gorgeous Connecticut River. In our Town, you may take a ride on the oldest continuously operating ferry in the United States, walk through a quaint, picturesque downtown, find entertainment in well-maintained parks, exercise on state-of-the-art athletic facilities and a broad network of bicycle and jogging paths, and enjoy a variety of restaurants that offer many unique dining experiences.
Glastonbury Republicans take great pride in the job performance of our dedicated elected and appointed Republican officials who have persistently striven to preserve, protect and enhance our local treasures.
If you would like to become involved and volunteer your time, please visit the Contact tab above, or reach out to our leadership directly by visiting the GRTC tab above.
If you would like to make a contribution to the Glastonbury Republicans, please visit the Contribute tab above. Any support that you may provide will be greatly appreciated.
During these extraordinary times the Glastonbury Republican Town Committee is partnering with town resources to assist our neighbors who may be struggling with limited resources. Please view the contacts, below, to access directions to assistance provided through a variety of social services:
Contact Glastonbury Senior and Social Services at 860-652-7638 or Grocery Orders and Delivery Options — for assistance #GoodNeighbor