Legislative researchers Wednesday night released a town-by-town breakdown of how much municipal aid each city and town is expected to receive in the adopted state budget.

Almost every town saw at least a minor increase in their state aid, but some were flat funded, reports the legislature’s non-partisan Office of Fiscal Analysis. 

In total, municipal aid increased by $55.5 million, bringing total town and city aid to $2.5 billion.

See here for a town-by-town breakdown in funding for the Education Cost Sharing grant, the largest municipal grant that helps districts operate local school districts.

See here for a rundown of all other state grants.

Just want the bottom line? Here’s a town-by-town breakdown of total state aid.

“This session was a successful one for local governments — the new state budget continues to be a clear win for towns and cities and their local property taxpayers,” said Jim Finley, the executive director of the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities.

Jacqueline was CT Mirror’s Education and Housing Reporter, and an original member of the CT Mirror staff, joining shortly before our January 2010 launch. Her awards include the best-of-show Theodore A. Driscoll Investigative Award from the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists in 2019 for reporting on inadequate inmate health care, first-place for investigative reporting from the New England Newspaper and Press Association in 2020 for reporting on housing segregation, and two first-place awards from the National Education Writers Association in 2012. She was selected for a prestigious, year-long Propublica Local Reporting Network grant in 2019, exploring a range of affordable and low-income housing issues. Before joining CT Mirror, Jacqueline was a reporter, online editor and website developer for The Washington Post Co.’s Maryland newspaper chains. Jacqueline received an undergraduate degree in journalism from Bowling Green State University and a master’s in public policy from Trinity College.

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