River of Life Christian Fellowship 384 Merrow Rd, Tolland, CT06084 River of Life Christian Fellowship is a non-denominational Christian church lead by Pastor Weston Brooks, who was…More called to pastor the church in 2003. Located at the Twin Ponds office complex on Route 195, it has served the community for nearly ten years. In addition to its local missions and programs, the church's outreach has extended to Haiti and Mozambique.
FirstNiagara Bank 215 Merrow Rd, Tolland, CT06084 The Tolland branch of the FirstNiagara Bank is set at an angle to the busy intersection of Route 195 and Rhodes Rd.…More Customers enjoy the variety of financial services offered and the intimate, local access. The friendly staff greet the regulars warmly by name.
United States Government Agricultural Department 344 Merrow Rd, Tolland, CT06084 The United States Government Agricultural Department: Farm Service Agency is tucked behind the state office for the…More USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service off Route 195. The outside of the office immediately draws the eye, giving the impression of a greenhouse, with a warm entrance filled with lush, green plants.
Tolland Fire Department 191 Merrow Rd, Tolland, CT06084 The Tolland Fire Department, conveniently located on Route 195, within half a mile of I-84, has a rich history of…More serving this town since 1933. Currently, the department consists of 54 members: a combination of EMTs, volunteer firefighters and six career firefighters. A training center was opened in 1998 to house administrative offices and to be a place to train firefighters and EMTs, as well as function as an emergency operations center for all department heads during an emergency.
U.S. Government Natural Resources Conservation Service 344 Merrow Rd, Tolland, CT06084 This is home to the state office of the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). Quietly nestled off Route…More 195, the agency's mission is to conserve and sustain the state's natural resources. The NRCS is an agency of the Department of Agriculture. For nearly 70 years, the NRCS has worked cooperatively with landowners, conservation districts, federal, state, and local governments, and citizens from urban and rural communities to restore and enhance the landscape and to promote land stewardship.