Beautification of Putnam is a collaborative and continuous effort. Partnering with the Putnam Business Association (PBA) , the Beautification Committee coordinates not only clean street and landscapes, but also full-on Beautification events and programs like Adopt a Garden and Clean-Up Day. It takes a Community to keep a Community Clean.
Historic Mills are integrally woven within the physical fabric of Putnam’s Community. Constructed from the beginning of Connecticut’s industrial revolution in the early nineteenth century until 1965, these Mills stand strong, ready for transformation of underutilized spaces, creating a sense of place and community living back in the Downtown area.
The 171 acre Putnam Industrial Park is home to regional leaders in the plastics and medical device industry, aerospace as well as other distribution and manufacturing industries. Putnam has planned well for its economic future by offering the logistical amenities that are necessary for success such as municipal services including water, sewer, natural gas; easy access to the Interstate 395 corridor; one of the lowest tax rates in CT as well as offering growth opportunities and incentives in one of Connecticut’s Enterprise Zones.
In the true spirit of community, The Quinebaug Regionl Technology Park ( The Q) is a regional economic development initiative between the towns of Brooklyn, Pomfret, Putnam and Scotland and is stategically located in the Tri-State, including CT, MA and RI, The Q is a 267 - acre technology park in Putnam, CT and conveniently accessed directly off I-395 at exit 45.
The Q is being developed and sold in Phases with several lots in Phase I still available for sale. For more information call Delpha Very, Director of the Putnam Economic & Community Development Department at 860-963-6834.