Town of Bethany Public Works 755 Amity Rd, Bethany, CT06524 Town of Bethany Public Works is responsible for most of the public property maintenance in Bethany. It handles…More recycling, plowing, roadside mowing, landscaping, drainage and more.
Bethany Historical Society 512 Amity Rd, Bethany, CT06524 The Bethany Historical Society is located in the Stanley Downs Memorial Building, formerly the Old Town Hall (until…More 1977). It is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the heritage of the town. Regular meetings are held and presentations have included The History of Bethany's Roads, Tales Tombstones Tell and The Barns of Bethany. The building houses a collection of Bethany memorabilia and historical articles.
Connecticut State Police, Bethany 631 Amity Rd, Bethany, CT06524 Since 2004, Bethany Resident State Trooper David Merriam has been responsible for coordinating police protection for the…More town. Merriam is involved in all community activities and events and serves as the liaison between State Police and the town. His office is located in Bethany Town Hall at 40 Peck Road. The State Police Barracks Troop I are at 631 Amity Road.
Bethany Driving Range (of Fore Seasons Golf Club) 667 Amity Rd, Bethany, CT06524 Bethany Driving Range is located on Amity Road in Bethany. It offers a driving range as well as a small miniature golf…More course. Soda machines are available and there is an honor system when the range is unattended. A porta-potty is also available.
Bethany Judge of Probate 40 Peck Rd, Bethany, CT06524 Guy D. Yale has been Bethany Probate Judge for 32 years. As of January 5, however, the Bethany court will be combined…More with Hamden's according to an edict from the Governor's office. Probate Court is responsible for estates of the deceased, contested wills, guardianships, conservatorships, termination of parental rights and adoptions.