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Directions to the Middletown APPEALS OFFICE (for Hamden, Hartford and Norwich areas)
645 South Main Street
Middletown, CT 06457
Fax # (860) 754-5059
Telephone Numbers:
  • Hartford area: (860) 566-5262

  • Hamden area: (203) 230-3700

  • Norwich area: (860) 892-2253

  • From I-91 South:
    Merge onto CT-9 S, via EXIT 22S on the left toward Middletown/Old Saybrook.  In approximately 6.3 miles, take EXIT 13 for CT-17 S. (Keep to the left).  Take a left at the light at the end of the exit ramp.  Keep to the left and continue to follow CT-17 S for approximately 1.3 miles (3 traffic lights).  At the third traffic there is a McDonald’s on the right.  Continue for a few yards past the traffic light and take a RIGHT into the main entrance of the parking lot (Denny’s).  Go to the far right of the parking lot.  The Appeals Division entrance is located on the right front of the building.  Parking is in the front of the building.
     
  • From the Southeast (i.e. Old Saybrook)
    Take CT-9 N to EXIT 11 (Route 155 and Randolph Rd).  Take a left at the end of the ramp onto CT-155/ Randolph Road.  Continue on CT-155/Randolph Road for approximately 2.2 miles to a traffic light at the intersection of Randolph Road and CT-17 (S. Main St.).  Turn right at the traffic light onto S Main St. / CT-17 heading north.   In approximately one half mile, take a LEFT into the parking lot (Denny’s).   Go to the far right of the parking lot.  The Appeals Division entrance is located on the right front of the building.  Parking is in the front of the building.
     
  • From the Southwest (i.e. New Haven, Stamford (From I-95 or CT-15N/Wilbur Cross Pkwy)
    From I-95 N merge onto I-91 N via EXIT 48 towards Hartford.  Take CT-66E via EXIT 18 toward Middlefield/Middletown. [From CT-15N/Wilbur Cross Pkwy: Merge onto I-91N via EXIT 68N-E toward CT 66-E/Hartford/Middletown]

    Follow CT-66 E to the traffic light at the intersection of Main Street, Middletown.  Take a RIGHT onto Main Street.  Take a RIGHT at the light where Main Street narrows (the YMCA is on the left and a church on the right).  Keep to the left at the next light (this is South Main Street).  At the fourth traffic light there is a McDonald’s on the right.  Continue for a few yards past the traffic light and take a RIGHT into the main entrance of the parking lot (Denny’s).  Go to the far right of the parking lot.  The Appeals Division entrance is located on the right front of the building.  Parking is in the front of the building.
     
  • From East
    Take CT-66 W over the Arrigoni Bridge and continue south on Main Street, Middletown.  Take a RIGHT at the light where Main Street narrows (the YMCA is on the left and a church on the right).  Keep to the left at the next light (this is South Main Street).  At the fourth traffic light there is a McDonald’s on the right.  Continue for a few yards past the traffic light and take a RIGHT into the main entrance of the parking lot (Denny’s).  Go to the far right of the parking lot.  The Appeals Division entrance is located on the right front of the building.  Parking is in the front of the building.
     
  • From West
    Take CT-66 E.  Follow CT-66 E to the traffic light at the intersection of Main Street, Middletown.  Take a right onto Main Street.  Take a RIGHT at the light where Main Street narrows (the YMCA is on the left and a church on the right).  Keep to the left at the next light (this is South Main Street).  At the fourth traffic light there is a McDonald’s on the right.  Continue for a few yards past the traffic light and take a RIGHT into the main entrance of the parking lot (Denny’s).  Go to the far right of the parking lot.  The Appeals Division entrance is located on the right front of the building.  Parking is in the front of the building.


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