Trust Welcomes Two New Trustees

The Board of Directors of The Greater Litchfield Preservation Trust, Inc. are proud to announce the addition of two new Trustees: Mr. Richard Quay and Mr. Jeffrey Zullo. These two gentlemen have exhibited a profound sense of respect for Litchfield’s architectural heritage as well as the history and the future of our town.

Thank you Litchfield

The Board of Directors of the Greater Litchfield Preservation Trust, Inc. thanks the 830 people who visited the courthouse and made positive comments about its re-use as our town hall, the many folks who wrote letters in support of the Courthouse, the 148 who signed petitions requesting a referendum, and the 847 citizens who voted […]

2018 Preservation Awards

The Greater Litchfield Preservation Trust presented two Preservation Awards for 2018 during its annual meeting at the Litchfield Historical Society on Dec. 3. Jim Katzin received an award for overhauling the 1930 Seth Thomas 30-day clock in the first floor of the former Litchfield County courthouse, which is owned by the GLPT. The award was also […]

Application for Absentee Ballots Available at Town Clerk’s Office

The referendum voting is Wednesday, December 19 from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Please vote “yes” on question #1 to accept the courthouse as your new town hall. Applications for Absentee Ballots are available at the Town Clerk’s office from now until Tuesday, December 18th. If you are out of town now, email your signed […]

Litchfield’s Landmark Town Hall

With the history and architectural legacy of the Town of Litchfield in mind the Greater Litchfield Preservation Trust last year purchased the Litchfield Courthouse for one reason: to donate it to the townspeople so that they once again could have it as their town hall.  The 1888 plaque mounted in the courthouse entrance reads: “Erected by […]