Fill out this form to let us know you're interested in getting the safe, effective vaccine through Hartford's Health Department. All residents 16+ are now eligible. We will call you to schedule your appointment.
Between this Wednesday and next Monday, there are eight mobile vaccine clinics across Hartford that do not require appointments.
Curbside collection of LEAF BAGS, Tree limbs, branches and other brush debris, tied in 6 ft. sections will occur on normal trash days during the weeks of: April 19April 26May 3 THERE WILL BE NO CURBSIDE COLLECTION OF LOOSE LEAVES.
Fill out the City's survey on how to spend federal COVID-19 relief funding.
This Commission studies, makes policy recommendations, and advocates for the needs of residents living with HIV/AIDS. Commissioners study the needs and conditions of people living with HIV/AIDS; initiate public health media campaigns on HIV/AIDS and encourage the inclusion of HIV/AIDS in other health media campaigns; promote the availability of services needed by individuals living with HIV/AIDS outside of regular business hours; monitor legislative action concerning HIV/AIDS and advocate for administrative and legislative reforms before state and federal agencies; and seek and obtain community input on HIV/AIDS issues.
Supporting Department: Health and Human Services
Number of Members: 15
In 2017, the Hartford Court of Common Council voted unanimously to utilize a free platform known as www.meetinginfo.org for Boards & Commissions to easily post their meeting agendas and meeting minutes online.
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Hartford City Hall
550 Main St.
Hartford CT 06103