On Thursday, June 23rd, the City of Hartford will host a tax sale for properties across the city. The public auction will take place on Thursday, June 23rd, 9AM - 11AM at the Dunkin’ Donuts Park, 1214 Main Street, Hartford CT. Registration opens at 9:00 AM.
At-home COVID-19 tests and N95 masks provided by the City of Hartford will be available to city residents at six library locations during regular hours beginning Monday, April 11th.
See a list of upcoming covid vaccine and testing clinics near you.
The design of the Hartford Police Department patch depicts at its center the elements of the official seal of the City of Hartford. Adopted in 1852, the City Seal has a “hart” or stag standing in a “ford” or stream, symbolizing Hartford’s location on the Connecticut River. At the base of the shield is a grapevine symbolizing the state of Connecticut and at the top is an American Eagle, symbolizing our nation.
Oak leaves, symbolizing freedom, embellish the sides of the shield, and below is a streamer with the Latin words Post Nubila Phoebus, or “After the Clouds the Sun," the motto of Hartford’s founding fathers. Except for the addition of the word Connecticut during the early 1990s, our patch has remained unchanged for decades.