Old News Postings

Bulk Trash Pick-Up - September 12, 2019
There will be a bulk trash pick-up for Heritage Village Residents on October 15th,16th, and 17th.
Click here for full schedule and items accepted and not accepted
Town Hall Meeting with Governor Ned Lamont- September 5, 2019
HVMA/HVF President, Gerry Leventhal has announced that Governor Ned Lamont will be visiting Heritage Village on Monday, 9/9 at 11:00 am in Sarah Cooke Hall to conduct a Town Hall meeting for HV residents.There has not been a sitting Governor that visited HV in recent memory, and this will be an opportunity to hear directly from your Governor, but also a chance to voice your questions and concerns. If you have a question for the Governor that might impact Heritage Village, please ask at this meeting or if you’re unable to attend, forward your question to  the Executive Office. 
Please share this message with your neighbors.  We encourage you to attend and support beautiful Heritage Village.
Republican Primary Debate- August 27, 2019
The Heritage Village Republican Club will be sponsoring a debate between current First Selectman Jeff Manville and opponent Jennifer Naylor. The debate is scheduled to be in the Music Room of the Meeting House on September 4 from 10 a.m. until noon.
Voting locations for September 10th Primary 
Please Conserve Your Water - August 14, 2019
As the Pomperaug River has reached its second trigger point of the low-flow plan this week, Heritage Village Water Company, the Pomperaug River Watershed Coalition and the town of Southbury are asking residents in the Pomperaug River Basin to voluntarily reduce their water use. 
For tips on conserving water please go to the Heritage Village Water website at www.heritagevillagewater.com/conservation.                                                                                            
President & CEO Gerry Leventhal's Letter to Trustees and Staff- August 8, 2019
Click here to view letter
Meter Replacement Project - July 23, 2019
Eversource Energy has reported that Heritage Village will be one of the first large scale meter replacement projects in Connecticut given the high number of homes within close proximity of one another. Approximately 4,000 meters will be replaced.
Click here for more information & updated schedule
2019 Community Gathering and Jane Krukowski Awards- June 13, 2019
Betty Valentino and her team, pictured below, always put their everything into making sure that a good time is had by all at the annual Community Gathering and Jane Krukowski Awards.This year was no exception. 
Things were done a little differently this year with lunch being served to the employees and a dedicated raffle for the employees.Residents were invited afterwards to join the employees for dessert and the announcement of the two Jane Krukowski Award winners, Regina Hamel and Joe Martins.
Regina Hamel, the Village’s Manager of Finance has been with the Village for twenty-six years.She works tirelessly to assist residents and staff always with a smile on her face while taking on added responsibilities without hesitation.  Congratulations, Regina!!
Carpenter Joe Martins has worked in Heritage Village for 30 years!  He goes above and beyond to make sure the job gets done and the residents are happy.His co-workers look up to him as a patient respectful boss and feel lucky to be working with him.Congratulations, Joe!  
Pool Schedule Chart 2019 - May 30, 1019
Resident Shows Appreciation to Employees- May 30,2019
Donna Spano of Condo 6, Cluster 6 has for the past four years brought in lunch and dessert for the dedicated, extremely hard working and talented landscaping crew that she feels she is very fortunate to have at Heritage Village. She said this has been by far the best job she has seen, and that Cluster 6 looks beautiful. Prior to moving here, Donna was a former owner of a condo in Monroe and before that Stamford, CT. She has never lived in a place more beautiful than here. She has always felt very safe here and that everything is managed very carefully. It was not like that in previous condos she owned. She thanks, Roger Giordano, for all that he and his staff do every day to make living here wonderful. They had delicious pizza from Hometown Pizza, and Donna made a big salad and cookies for dessert. Submitted by Donna Gardiner-Spano.