Official websites from the United States Federal Government and the State of Connecticut.
United States Federal Government
Your online guide to all US government websites, information, departments, and services.
The official website of the White House, containing information about the President, the Vice President, their families, press releases, proclamations, executive orders, and some speeches by White House officials.
Connecticut State Government
Connecticut’s official state website.
Town of Berlin
Information for visitors and residents of Berlin.
Connecticut State Agency Databases
A list of databases produced by Connecticut state agencies.
Find Your Legislators
A database from the Connecticut General Assembly that shows the currently serving state legislators and members of Congress for the address entered.
State Agency Public Meeting Calendar
Displays public meetings on a calendar grid or in a list; meetings can be filtered by agency or searched by keyword.
State Employee Directory
Can be searched by employee name or agency. Lists phone numbers and email addresses for individual employees. Also lists all employees in each agency, and gives general contact information for each agency.
U.S. Department of Education
Student loans, grants, laws and guidance, and more.
U.S. Department of Education
Federal Student Aid
Preparing for college and applying for student aid (FAFSA) and loans.
Health and Services
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
HHS programs, services, grants, laws, and regulations.
Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Business and consumer protection resources.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Information on diseases, conditions, heathy living, and more.
USDA Food and Nutrition Service
Nutrition information and assistance (SNAP, WIC ,etc.).
Research health topics and find health services near you.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Safety and health information, regulations, complaints, and more.
Social Security Administration
Social Security information, statement, benefits, online services, and more.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Health care, benefits, burials and memorial, and more.
Libraries and Information Databases
Library of Congress
Search the Library of Congress catalog, as well as digital collections of photos, historical documents, papers, and more..
Historical records, veterans’ service records, educator resources, and more.
Connecticut State Library
Archives, records, museums, and services provided by the Connecticut State Library.
U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics
Statistics on the U.S. economy, employment and unemployment, productivity, and more.
United States Census Bureau
Information and statistics on a wide range of topics.
Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles
DMV online services, including drivers licenses, registration, address change, tickets, and more.
Connecticut Department of Transportation
DOT online services, information, and projects.
Connecticut public transportation services, schedules, alerts, information, tickets, and more.
Travel and Leisure
The U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs website for travel.
Find things to do, places to eat, ideas, and events.
National Parks Service
Plan your visit and learn about national parks.
Results for local, state, and national elections from November 2016 to the present, including primaries. Start by choosing an election from the drop-down menu at the top of the page. From the Secretary of the State.
Polling Place Locator
Enter your town, name, and date of birth to retrieve the address of your polling location.
Voter registration and information.
Connecticut Voter Registration
Register online to vote in Connecticut.
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Town of Berlin Registrar of Voters
Local voter news and information.
Find your polling location, verify that you’re registered to vote, see your ballot, and research issues/candidates.
Register to vote and find information on your voting process.
Research politicians’ bios, voting history, positions, ratings, speeches, and funding. Answer questions to “find your political soulmate.”
Address Confidentiality Program
The goal of Connecticut’s Address Confidentiality Program is to help crime victims (family violence, sexual assault, injury or risk of injury to a minor, or stalking) keep their new address confidential.
The ACP offers its participants two services each of which helps keep the victim’s new location secret. One part is the participant’s use of an ACP substitute mailing address. The ACP provides cost-free mail forwarding services. The Office of the Secretary of the State serves as each program participant’s legal agent for service of process and receipt of first class mail. The second part of the program prevents public access to a participant’s actual address on government records including voter registry lists and keeps marriage records confidential.