Upcoming  Events/Deadlines

Deadlines for Party to Party Changes

In Connecticut, in order to vote in a Primary, you must be enrolled in the Party holding the Primary. The deadline for enrolled party members to transfer enrollment from one party to the other, for voting their “new” party’s Presidential Primary is 90 days prior to a Primary date.  You may change your party status by utilizing the online registration site: voterregistration.ct.gov and follow the prompts to register to vote using your CT License number.  Or you may update your registration at the Registrar’s Office or by printing a registration form (Click on Mail-In Voter Registration) and mailing it to the Registrars at the Town Hall, 18 Church Street, Memorial Town Hall.


Tuesday, May 18, 2021 – Town Budget Referendum

Polls are open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Covid precautions will be in place.  Face mask required at polling place.

ALL REFERENDA voting takes place at the M. Wakeley Recreation Center gymnasium, 7 Linsley Street.

Locations of Polling Places – please click on ‘Polling Places’ on menu
Where you vote: please click on ‘Voting Districts by Street’ on menu

Registration Sessions for the Town Budget Referendum

In order to be registered to vote in the May 18, 2021 Town Budget Referendum, your registration form must be received on or before May 17, 2021.

Who may Vote in a Town Budget Referendum:

You may vote in a referendum if you are a registered voter in North Haven.

However, if you are not a registered voter in North Haven, you MAY VOTE in the Referendum if you meet all of the following conditions:

  • You own property in North Haven with an assessed value of at least $1000.00 on the latest Grand List, excluding any exemption
  • You must be 18 years of age
  • You must be a United States Citizen
  • If you intend to vote off the Grand List, the Registrars recommend, for a speedy verification process, you bring your most recent tax bill and a form of ID with you to the polling place.
  • The current Grand List is as of October 1, 2020.  This means if you are not registered voter, and you acquired property with an assessed value of at least $1000.00 after October 1, 2020, you are not eligible to vote in the May 18, 2021 Budget Referendum.

Voter Parking at the Recreation Center:  There are handicap parking spots in the semi-circle next to the entrance of the polling place.  Parking is available on Linsley Street, in the lot adjacent to the pool entrance as well as the Library lot.