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DERBY--The 17th Annual Derby All-Class Reunions will be Saturday Sept. 3, 2016.

ALL CLASSES can meet at the Derby Elks Lodge located on Elizabeth Street but everyone is “FREE TO MOVE ABOUT THE CITY.”

“Suggested” meeting time is 7 p.m. but all are welcome downtown earlier to socialize, dine and dance.

Facebook users can search Derby (CT) Memories and Reunions to make contacts with classmates.

This is not meant to take the place of each class’ reunion but if in the area the chances of meeting someone you know is greater on Labor Day Saturday.

Phone number for Derby Elks Lodge (203-735-1142)

On the same night, Class of 1971 will hold their 45th   reunion at THC Derby and Class of 1976 will hold their 40th reunion at Catholic War Veterans in Derby.


Registration now open for the 2016 Commodore Hull Thanksgiving Day 5K Road Race
Summer concert series on the Green
Karen Marrone is Derby Teacher of the Year

Three were added to Derby Hall of Fame

Planning under way to restore historic monument
DHS Class of '76 planning 40th reunion
National Humane Fountains like Derby's found all over the United States.
Elise Campbell named Derby Paraeducator of the Year
GIS Mapping of Derby now includes Property Listing Reports

Your first call if you need help or information

The Derby Greenway

Find legal notices

Valley Heritage Driving Tour - begins & ends in Derby

The City of Derby has developed an official and informative City of Derby website which will be paid for and maintained by the City. You can visit the site at http://www.derbyct.gov/.

This current website was developed back in 1995 as part of the Electronic Valley project which helped launch the Internet age for almost all of the Valley towns. Derby becomes the last of the Valley communities to launch sites operated by the city governments. You can read more about that history here.

We will be adjusting links on this site to reflect the evolving content of the new website as it develops.


The Electronic Valley Entire Web

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