Tax Collector Notice


All persons liable to pay taxes in the Town of Preston are hereby warned that the second and final installment on Real Estate and Personal Property, including the SUPPLEMENTAL MOTOR VEHICLES TAXES on the Grand List of October 1, 2014 are due and payable on January 1, 2016.


The Story of Two WWII Pilots Killed Over Preston in 1944

forgotten create space cover1January 26, 2016 @ 6:30 PM at the Preston Public Library

The Preston Historical Society is sponsoring a free program


Preston Community Fund ~ Grant Application

applicationEstablished with funds given by the former American Ref-Fuel Company of Southeastern Connecticut, The Preston Community Fund helps support the varied non-profit and civic organizations in the town of Preston. The Fund supports projects, civic groups and non-profit organizations such as the Preston Pipeline, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and the community food bank as long as they benefit the community in some way.

Click here to download a copy of the Preston Community Fund Grant Application.  Applications are also available at the Preston Public Library located at 389 Route 2.

Amos Lake Watershed-Based Plan

ECCD Amos Lake Final WBP 8.18This document provides a summary of the Amos Lake Abbreviated Watershed-Based Plan (the). The purpose of the Plan is to identify sources of nutrients that have degraded water quality in Amos Lake, and to provide management recommendations to improve water quality.  Amos Lake is located in Preston, Connecticut. Amos Lake has been listed for several cycles, most recently in 2014, in the State of Connecticut Integrated Water Quality Report to Congress as impaired for recreation due to high levels of chlorophyll-a, excess algal growth, and nutrient/eutrophication biological indicators believed to be associated with nutrient enrichment from potential sources including stormwater and other unidentified upstream sources.


World War II Memorial

hellcat cover SMThe Norwich Veterans Council is raising funds for a Memorial to honor the memory of Ensign George Kraus and Ensign Merle Longnecker who were killed on October 19, 1944 in a training flight over Preston.

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