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State of Connecticut Juvenile Matters Court
978 Hartford Tpke, Waterford, CT 06385
The State of Connecticut Juvenile Matters Court in Waterford is a regional court that handles only juvenile cases.More Unlike a court for adults, all proceedings and documentation at the court is strictly confidential. The court is one of 13 juvenile courts in Connecticut and handles most cases in New London County.
Liberty Bank
165 Boston Post Rd, Waterford, CT 06385
Liberty Bank is the oldest mutual bank in Connecticut. It has a Waterford location with a number of offices and a large,More well-staffed teller area. This branch has a drive-up window and drive-up ATM, but a walk-in ATM is not available. It is across from Waterford Town Hall and conveniently located within the downtown area.
Rotary Club of Waterford
262 Boston Post Rd, Waterford, CT 06385

The Waterford Rotary Club dates back to 1973.  It ia a small club of 30 members that meets every Monday atMore 12:15 at Filomena's restaurant to enjoy lunch, good company and an interesting speaker as well as discussion on service projects.

Rotary is a service organization comprised of over 1.2 million members and more than 33,000 clubs in over 200 countries. The Waterford Rotary consists of business and professional leaders who volunteer their time and work to take an active role in improving local and international communities under the Rotary motto "Service Above Self".

All mail for the rotary should be sent to P.O. Box 42,  Waterford, Connecticut.

Waterford-East Lyme Animal Control
41 Avery Ln, Waterford, CT 06385

Waterford's animal control office is a regional facility in Waterford that serves the town of East Lyme as well.More Waterford police can handle animal disturbances, but the department recommends calling animal control during regular business hours. Police officers will handle animal complaints when the office is closed.

The animal control officer also detains lost dogs at the animal shelter. The office requires all residents that find a lost dog to call animal control, which will hold the animal in the pound. If nobody claims the dog, the person who found the animal will get first priority in adopting the dog.

The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection handles all wild animal calls at 860-424-3333.