This dataset includes Information Technology projects reported to the Office of Policy and Management by each state agency. The dataset is updated on a quarterly basis minimally and includes active projects as well as completed projects (Post-Implementation).
Dataset last updated in March 2015
Changes in the manner in which this data were collected starting in 2016 reduced some of the variables collected in the most current version. This dataset is being retained as n archive for historical purposes.
Approximately $4.3 million of federal funds was distributed to 159 police departments/municipalities with the primary purpose to assist towns with participating in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) distribution of criminal justice grant funds. Data fields include: (1) Town Name; (2) Total Award; (3) Total Expenditures; and (4) Summary description of goods and services procured.
The Office of Policy and Management maintains a listing of all real estate sales with a sales price of $2,000 or greater that occur between October 1 and September 30 of each year. For each sale record, the file includes: town, property address, date of sale, property type (residential, apartment, commercial, industrial or vacant land), sales price, and property assessment.
A mill is equal to $1.00 of tax for each $1,000 of assessment. To calculate the property tax, multiply the assessment of the property by the mill rate and divide by 1,000. For example, a property with a assessed value of $50,000 located in a municipality with a mill rate of 20 mills would have a property tax bill of $1,000 per year.
Local property tax mill rates have been set for individual Connecticut municipalities for fiscal year 2013-2014. These rates are based upon the 2012 grand list and are available below. These are the most current mill rates and are reflected in each municipality's July 2013 tax bills
Priority Funding Areas are delineated based on conditions that exist at the Census Block level, which is the smallest geographical unit delineated by the U.S. Census Bureau. Census Blocks are statistical areas which in Connecticut are typically bounded by visible features, such as streets, roads, streams, and railroad lines. Generally, Census Blocks in denser urban communities are small in area, such as a block in a city that is bounded on all sides by streets. However, Census Blocks in suburban and rural areas may be large, or irregular, and bounded by a variety of features, such as roads or streams. For example, a specific Census Block may be partially served by public water and/or sewer, and thus the entire block would appear to be served by these utilities. There were several instances during the public comment period where municipalities requested that certain Census Blocks be removed from this classification, and such requests were granted. Any limitations in the use of Census Blocks in this LGM should not be construed as influencing local land use and zoning decisions or municipal plans of conservation and development; nor should it create any expectation for future utility service where none currently exists.
Priority Funding Areas are classified by Census Blocks that include: Designation as an Urban Area or Urban Cluster in the 2010 Census Boundaries that intersect a ½ mile buffer surrounding existing or planned mass-transit stations Existing or planned sewer service from an adopted Wastewater Facility Plan Existing or planned water service from an adopted Public Drinking Water Supply Plan Local bus service provided 7 days a week
The Grand List is the aggregate valuation of taxable property within a given town. The Total Net Grand Lists by Town Data includes a breakdown for taxable categories and exemptions under the following column headings:
Town Name, Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Public Utility, Vacant, Land Use, 10 Mill Forest, Apartments, Total Real, Real Exemptions, Total Net Real, Motor Vehicles, MV Exemptions, Total Net MV, Personal Property, Personal Property Exemptions, Total Net Personal Property, Total Net Grand List
Approximately $2.6 million of federal funds was distributed to nine police departments/municipalities with the primary purpose to assist towns in complying with Public Act 11-174 AAC Electronic Recording of Interrogations. Data fields include: (1) Town Name; (2) Total Award; (3) Total Expenditures; and (4) Summary description of goods and services procured.