Bank of America ATM 256 Route 81, Killingworth, CT06419 This Bank of American ATM location is found just north of the Route 80/Route 81 roundabout on the left hand side heading…More north on Route 81. It allows users to check balances, make deposits, transfer and withdraw funds.
Killingworth Town Hall, Building Department 323 Route 81, Killingworth, CT06419 The building department is located in Killingworth Town Hall. The builing inspector is responsible for issuing building…More permits and conducting inspections. You can apply for a permit at Town Hall. To reach the office, dial ext. 504
Copper Skillet Restaurant 184 Route 81, Killingworth, CT06419 If the Cheers bar was a restaurant, it would be the Copper Skillet. Most customers of this 15 year old restaurant found…More in Killingworth Village are regulars. The Copper Skillet style is home cooking. American, Italian and Greek entrees are served in this small, casual and comfy restaurant but, unlike Cheers, there's no alcohol served.
Killingworth Town Hall, Health Department 323 Route 81, Killingworth, CT06419 The Health Department is located in Killingworth Town Hall. The department is responsible for notifying residents of…More health hazards and emergencies, as well as issuing permits and licenses to property and business owners. The Health Department also investigates complaints and/or violations.
Subway 184 Route 81, Killingworth, CT06419 This Subway in Killingworth Village has a brand-new look and is clean, comfortable and extremely spacious. It…More serves breakfast, soups, salads, sandwiches and cookies. Subway is famous for its $5 foot-long submarine sandwich and offers a wide variety of healthy options.
Country Cleaners 256 Route 81, Killingworth, CT06419 This family-run business offers dry cleaning with a two-day turnaround as well as alterations. The work is done by the…More sister business in Chester, Reliable Cleaners & Tailoring, which handles both the dry cleaning and alterations. Country Cleaners is known for excellent seamstresses.
Killingworth Elementary School 340 Route 81, Killingworth, CT06419 This public school is located in Killingworth and part of the Regional School District 17, for grades K-4. At…More Killingworth Elementary School, students are taught the core values of caring, respect and responsibility. The curriculum includes science, math, social studies, language arts and technology.
The major function of the Killingworth Historical Society is to "discover and collect any material which may help…More to establish or illustrate the history of the area its exploration, settlement, development and activities in peace and in war; its progress in population, wealth, education, arts, science, agriculture, manufacturers, trade and transportation."
The society collects printed material including biographies, catalogs, circulars, descriptions, directories, gazetteers, geneologies, handbills, histories, newspapers, pamphlets, posters, programs; manuscripts such as account books, charts, diaries, field books, journals, letters, reminiscences, rosters, service records, surveys, field books; and museum material such as aboriginal relics, paintings, photographs, pictures, portraits, scenes, and material objects illustrative of life, events, conditions, and activities of the present and past.
The society also undertakes the preservation of historic buildings, markers and monuments.
The Historical Society's headquarters is presently the Blackrock Schoolhouse on Recycle Way. A 99-year lease agreement was signed in 2010 between the town and the Society for the Parmelee Farmhouse, located at 465 Route 81. The farmhouse is currently undergoing restoration and will eventually be the new headquarters of the society as well as a museum open to the public.
Back Stage Dance Center 176 Route 81, Killingworth, CT06419 Back Stage Dance Center offers programs for everyone—ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, modern, musical…More theater, acrobatics and hip-hop. While Back Stage is recreational for the majority of dancers, many are involved in competitive teams. There are specialized teachers for each of the programs, and each instructor is either certified or has a BFA. Parents can observe classes through monitors in the waiting room.
Dogs to Dragons 184 Route 81, Killingworth, CT06419 Dogs to Dragons grooms all dogs big and small, but very few dragons. Owner, Terry Verni, is extremely tolerant of the…More more difficult dogs. Dogs to Dragons is not the typical groomer where dogs are crated. It's more of a play day for the dogs; provided they all get along. Dogs can "hang out," so it's kind of like a day care with the added benefit of the client leaving looking neat, clean, beautiful (or handsome) and adorable.
Killingworth Country Market 256 Route 81, Killingworth, CT06419 The Killingworth Country Market has been around since before 1970, and with its new owner, Ashok Patel, since early…More 2010. Patel finds the customers to be quite happy, regardless of whether they are picking up a sandwich from the market's deli, groceries, newspapers, DVDs, greeting cards, or baked goods prepared on site. The lion's share of customers come for the deli sandwiches. There is also a post office on-site.
Killingworth Feed 183 Route 81 Ste 1, Killingworth, CT06419 Killingworth Feed carries food for horses, chickens, dogs and cats. For chickens, there's pellets, feed, corn, bedding,…More netting, and feeders and waterers. While the purveyor of pet products is small, owner Terry Reilly will try to get anything the customer wants. One can find riding apparel, saddles and tack, all on consignment. Killingworth Feed also offers high-end dog and cat food, toys, treats, and gifts for humans.
Curves is designed for the busy woman, so the program is designed to be time-efficient. According to owner and…More manager Jade Papageorge, Curves offers the most heavily researched system in the world and, unlike many gyms, encourages clients to come in. Coaching is built in.
This Curves serves Killingworth, some of Clinton, North Madison, Higganum and Haddam. Curves is "quality, quality, quality at every level," says Papageorge.
ER Electric Motor Repair LLC 545 Route 81, Killingworth, CT06419 ER Electric Motor Repair, named after owner Ed Ryon, does business primarily with motor shops. ER does some work for the…More public, however, including pool pumps and fan motors. The self-taught motor repairman has more business than he can handle and doesn't foresee any changes in demand (except for maybe more business).
Cozy Corner Bake Shop carries a full line of baked goods and specializes in Scandinavian, European and American…More goods, all baked fresh on the premises. You'll find stuffed breads, a cookie case, breakfast pastries, muffins, Danish pastries, scones, turnovers, a case with cake slices and cupcakes, chocolate eclairs and Italian pastries.
Head baker Walter Stefanovics was trained at the Vienna Baking Institute in Austria. The bakery is family-run (Walter's daughter Wendy Clason owns the place and Mrs. Stefanovics works there too) and is exactly what you'd dream of in a real bakery -- cozy, comfortable, spotless, friendly and absolutely delicious!
The Killingworth Community Gardens provide residents with an opportunity to come together for the purpose of food…More production, environmental education and to encourage multi-generational gatherings. The gardens include 62 garden plots surrounded by a fence. Individuals and groups at all levels of gardening expertise are welcome. Guided tours are available by appointment.
The gardens are located at Parmelee Farm, just north of the HK Middle School. The 132-acre town-owned property is open to the public for recreation. The 19th century farmhouse as well as most the outdoor buildings are not open at this time. The small shed adjacent to the front garden is available for storage. Parking is available in front of the farmhouse as well as in front of the gardens.
The Community Gardens are administered by the Town Municipal Land Use Committee.
Robert L. Fair, V.M.D., Suzanne Alverez, D.V.M. and Suzette Ward, D.V.M., along with their supportive staff at…More Killingworth Animal Hospital, will care for customers' dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets and other small mammals. This family practice offers wellness exams, medical exams, surgery, dentistry, spays and neuters, digital radiology, pharmacy and both in-house and outside laboratory services as well as traveling specialists including Surgeon Dr. Heyman and Radiologist Dr. Hogan. Clients will find a comfortable, caring environment with plenty of attention given to pets and their people.
Credence Edge Farm offers horse boarding in a scenic and peaceful setting. This quiet seven stall barn is found on a…More property adjacent to a state forest used for trail riding. There is no better location for trail riding because of the access to both the forest and Chatfield Hollow State Park.
Credence Edge Farm offers full board, including stalls cleaned each morning, fresh bedding is provided, hay and water are fresh all day long, and grain is fed in the morning and evening.
The owner, Susan Flynn of Flynn Associates Real Estate, lives on site and has her real estate business in the barn. Flynn is willing to work with those who desire rough board or a combinations. Arrangements will be made if it means people can have a horse.