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Budget Referendum April 27, 2017

 

FY 2017-2018 Recommended Budget

Historic Walks

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Unionvilleʼs Historic Center - A 1.6 mile walk through the heart of the “Ville” with a focus on structures built before 1930. There are structures listed on the World, National, Connecticut, and Unionville database for historic properties or markers. Parking location

Unionvilleʼs Power Walk - A 2.2 mile walk through Unionvilleʼs industrial past with a focus on water power. There are properties listed on the Connecticut and Unionville database for historic properties. Parking location

Farmington 19th Century Walk - A 2.4 mile walk that focuses on the Farmington Canal (1828-1847), homes built in the 1800ʼs, and 4 structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Farmington Colonial Walk, Northern Loop -  A 1.5 mile walk that focuses on Farmingtonʼs history from 1640-1799. There is an optional 0.7 mile extension to the Hill-Stead Museum (1901), which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Parking location

Farmington Colonial Walk,Southern Loop -  A 2.2 mile walk that focuses on Farmingtonʼs history from 1640-1799. All the homes are listed with the Connecticut Historical Commission. Parking location

Farmingtonʼs Freedom Trail -  A 2.7 mile walk that focuses on Farmingtonʼs role in the Underground Railroad during 1841. All the homes are listed with the Connecticut Historical Commission and 2 of the structures are on the National Register of Historic Places. Parking location