Timothy M. Herbst, First Selectman

203-452-5005 • Fax: 203-452-5038
Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Chief of Staff • Lynn Arnow

Trumbull Town Hall

5866 Main St. • Trumbull, CT 06611
203-452.5000 • www.trumbull-ct.gov
Town Hall Annex—Recreation Department
Judge Aram Tellalian Building
5892 Main St. • Trumbull 06611

Trumbull Senior Center

Director • Michele Jakab
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The Center at Priscilla Place
23 Priscilla Place 06611 • 203-452-5199
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Hours: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The Trumbull Senior Center programs include: education and recreation; travel; and a daily nutrition program. Free income tax assistance is provided through AARP. A safe driving course (AARP) enables seniors to receive a reduced insurance rate. Activities include dancing, crafts, games, exercise programs, socials, movies, bingo and computer lessons. C&W Resources provides daily hot lunches at the Center for a nominal fee. Box lunches are also available for take-home and weekends. Monthly newsletters are mailed to senior residents upon request and are available on the Town of Trumbull Web site: www.trumbull-ct.gov.

Transportation Services

The Senior Center Transportation Department
enables residents 60 years of age and older without transportation to attend Center programs, doctor appointments, shopping and special town activities.

Senior Center - Transit: 203-452-5137
Hours: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

DEPARTMENT OF Social Services

Director • Michele Jakab • 203-452-5198

The Department provides information and referrals such as assistance with applications for: Title 19/Medicaid; Renters Rebate; Tax Relief; Energy Assistance; Medicare Counseling; Home Health Care; and Extended Care Planning/Placement. The Department also manages the Trumbull Food Pantry located in the Senior Center. Other services include counseling for senior citizens and others in need of assistance with financial, emotional or family programs. Home visits may be available.

Nursing Department

Lynn Steinbrick, Nursing Director
The Center at Priscilla Place
23 Priscilla Place 06611 • Trumbull, CT 06611
203-452-5090 • Fax: 203-452-3853

A Geriatric Wellness Nurse, Teresa Cryan, is available at the Senior Center on Wednesdays and Thursdays to: provide health screenings, conduct educational program on health-related topics for Trumbull seniors; assist in making doctor appointments; lead seated exercise programs; coordinate guest speakers on senior wellness topics; consult on common geriatric health concerns. She is also available at Stern Village Elderly Housing site to offer these services on Mondays.


121 Old Mine Rd. • Trumbull, CT 06611
203-261-5110 • 203-452-5193 • www.trumbull-ct.gov

The Mary J. Sherlach Counseling Center provides a clinical setting for individuals and family group therapy and crisis intervention services for individuals and families who are residents of Trumbull and for Town employees. The Center offers support services provided by Licensed Family Therapists, a Social Worker, and Drug and Alcohol Counselor. The Center assists in all stages of family transition, including: adolescent, family and couples therapy: positive parenting: youth leadership programs: and support for seniors.

Tax Relief Programs

The Tax Assessor is responsible for implementing State and Town senior citizen and veteran tax
relief programs.

Town Hall, Main Floor 06611 • 203-452-5016
Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tax Assessor • Mark DeVestern
Trumbull Library System
Director • Stefan Lyhne
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• Main Library
33 Quality St. 06611
203-452-5197 • Fax: 203-452-5125

• Fairchild-Nichols Memorial Branch Library
1718 Huntington Tpke. 06611
203-452-5196 • Fax: 203-452-5178

The Trumbull Library System offers a wide range of items and services for senior citizens: large-print books in all genres and a large collection of CDs and downloadable audiobooks. Most of its extensive DVD collection is closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Homebound Delivery Service is available for those who are unable to come into the library buildings. Special services include: Librarian by Appointment (individualized reference help from a professional librarian); computer classes and eBook download demonstrations; book discussions; online databases and helpful resources that can be accessed from home computer with library card; and a wide range of other programs of interest to seniors

Call 911 for all emergencies.

Trumbull Police Department

Chief Michael Lombardo, Sr.
158 Edison Rd. 06611 • 203-261-3665 (non-emergency)
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Report suspicious activity to the Police Department.

Fire Departments/Emergency Medical Services
Trumbull Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1
Station One • 860 White Plains Rd. • 203-452-0465
Station Two • 1000 Daniels Farm Rd.

Long Hill Fire Department
Station One • 6315 Main St. • 203-459-0159
Station Two • 5404 Main St.
Station Three • 4229 Madison Ave.

Nichols Fire Department
Station One • 100 Shelton Rd. • 203-378-1875
• www.nicholsfire.com
Station Two • 582 Booth Hill Rd.
Trumbull Emergency Medical Services
250 Middlebrooks Ave. • 203-452-5146

Probate Court

Judge T.R. Rowe • Town Hall 06611
203-452-5068 • Fax: 203-452-5092

Other Important Phone Numbers

Animal Control/Shelter • 203-452-5088
Arts Coordinator • 203-452-5065
Trumbull-Monroe Health District • 203-452-1030
Highway Garage • 203-452-5070
Parks • 203-452-5075
Public Works • 203-452-5045
Recreation • 203-452-5060
Registrars of Voters • 203-452-5059/5058
Sewer Dept. - WPCA • 203-452-5048
Tax Collector • 203-452-5024
Town Clerk • 203-452-5035

Trumbull’s Population by Age

(Source: Latest Decennial U.S. Census)
60-64 1,956
65-74 2,869
75-84 2,357
85+ 1,361
Total 60+ 7,182
Total population of the Town of Trumbull: 36,018
Percentage 60 years of age or over: 23.6%
Land area: 23.29 sq. mi.

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