Lymes’ Senior Center Announces “Summer Sounds” Concert Series

June 25th, 2018

In July, the Lymes’ Senior Center is presenting a free, four-week musical concert series called “Summer Sounds” that’s open to all Lyme residents.  The performances will be held outside on the lawn (weather permitting) or inside if the weather is inclement.  Each concert will be followed by a free ice cream social.

  • July 5, 7 p.m. – The Airborne Jazz Band
  • July 12, 7 p.m. – Doo-Wop DeVille
  • July 19, 7 p.m. – The Cartells
  • July 26, 7 p.m. – The United States 102ndArmy Pop Band

For full details click here.

“Lyme in the Great War” Exhibit Opens in July

June 22nd, 2018

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War I, the Lyme Public Hall Association will open a new exhibit in July called “Lyme in the Great War,” which tells the stories of the 28 Lyme residents who served during WWI.

 The exhibit – a culmination of two years’ worth of research – features letters, photos and documents pulled from the Lyme Local History Archives, the Connecticut State Library’s WWI collection and local families. 

The exhibit will be on view Wednesday, July 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and Saturday, July 7, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.  Admission is free. 

For more information, visit

BBQ & Dance To Benefit Lyme Ambulance Association on Friday, July 6

June 20th, 2018

Join your neighbors on Friday, July 6, from 5:30 p.m. till 7:30 p.m., at the Hamburg Firehouse in Lyme for an old-fashioned fund raiser for the Lyme Ambulance Association.  There will be BBQ, line dancing and square dancing, a teacup raffle and more. Tickets are $20 for adults and teens; kids 12 and under are free.  For more information, go to


Retire Your American Flags at Lyme Town Hall

June 14th, 2018

When your American flag becomes worn, faded, torn or soiled, it should be retired properly and replaced with a new one. Lyme residents can now retire their American flags in a special repository box at Lyme Town Hall, thanks to Theodore Wayland, a Life Scout from Troop 26 Boy Scouts.

For his Scout Eagle project, Wayland arranged to place repository boxes at our Town Hall, Old Lyme Town Hall and the Lymes’ Senior Center where townspeople can retire their U.S. flags. Wayland’s Scout troop, which hosts an annual flag-retirement ceremony at its local campsite each spring, will collect the flags and ensure they are retired respectfully and properly.

The goal of his Eagle project, which was sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1467, is to help local residents better understand and facilitate the respectful retirement of U.S. flags. If you have an American flag you would like to retire, please place it in the repository box at Town Hall, which is located on the left in the vestibule as you enter the building.

Agenda for June 14 LLHD Board of Directors Finance Committee Special Meeting

June 13th, 2018

Click here to read or download the agenda for the June 14, 2018, Special Meeting of the Ledge Light Health District Board of Director’s Finance Committee.

Agenda for June 14 LLHD Board Meeting

June 13th, 2018

Click here to read or download the agenda of the June 14, 2018, meeting of the Board of Directors of the Ledge Light Health District.

Rogers Lake Herbicide Treatment Scheduled for June 11

June 9th, 2018

Rogers Lake Authority Patrol Boat in Operation

June 5th, 2018

The Rogers Lake Authority patrol boat will be out on Rogers Lake on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and Saturdays and Sundays during the summer.  If you observe anything that should be checked out, you can contact the patrol boat at 860-227-4285.  If it is an emergency, please dial 911.



Preparing for Emergencies

June 5th, 2018

The recent malfunction of the emergency-notification siren served as a reminder that the Town of Lyme resides within the 10-mile Emergency Planning Zone for the Millstone nuclear power plant. To help prepare our community to better respond to a real emergency, the Board of Selectmen would like to encourage all Lyme residents to take the following steps:

The following information may also be useful to know:

  • Millstone’s warning sirens may be activated for situations other than nuclear power plant emergencies, including incidents involving hazardous materials or weather-related emergencies.
  • The sirens are not a signal to evacuate; they are a signal for residents to turn on their TVs or radios, and listen for information from the state’s Emergency Alert System (EAS).  A list of stations that participate in broadcasting emergency alerts can be found in the Dominion Energy manual listed above.
  • As possible secondary sources of information, residents can also look for emergency notifications from the CT Alert system (see above); or on the Town of Lyme’s website or Facebook page.

Important Reminder on Dog Licenses

June 1st, 2018

An important reminder for all dog owners in Lyme:  Renew your dog license by June 30.  

(Click on the link above for a poster you can print out and display, or email to friends and family.)