United States Post Office 175 Main St, East Haven, CT06512 The United States Post Office Trolley Square Branch is a post office complete with packaging material for sale. It is…More located in the Trolley Square Shopping Center facing Main Street with parking available in the shopping center parking lot.
East Haven Probate Court 250 Main St, East Haven, CT06512 Probate Judge Michael A. Albis oversees cases involving guardians, conservators and descedents of the state. Until 1955,…More East Haven was part of the New Haven District Probate Court. That year, the state broke the districts up into 117 local courts, and East Haven got its own. In 2011, due to economics, the state will consolidate the probate court system into 54 locations. East Haven will be joined with North Haven.
East Haven Civil Service Commission 250 Main St, East Haven, CT06512 This three-member commission serves to ensure state statutes and town regulations are followed during the hiring…More process. It is responsible for administering and certifying the results of civil service tests for new police officers, firefighters, custodians, public service workers and clerks.
East Haven Town Urban Renewal & Community Development Office 250 Main St, East Haven, CT06512 Community Development Coordinator James Albis and secretary Francine Gaglione run this office as a two-person team. The…More main purpose is to administer the town's Small Cities Block Grant. The grant money goes to housing rehab programs for low-income families, to tend to such matters as leaky roofs and broken furnaces. The office also takes blight complaints, and runs a summer-youth employment program funded by a state grant.