Connecticut Color 127 Pomeroy Ave, Meriden, CT06450 Connecticut Color is a printing company that also provides direct mail services, including off-line finishing.…More Nearly all processes are handled in-house. In business since 2003, the company offers both full and half web presses, and specializes in direct mail, newspaper inserts, posters and brochures.
Relocated from its previous location on Colony Street, The United States Post Office is now the main and only…More post office in Meriden. Services provided include window service, passport applications, bulk and business mail and delivery, weighing and carrier services, change of address, mail hold, track & confirm and P.O. Boxes. There is a FedEx box located outside and stamps and shipping supplies are available.
Located in the Blockbuster Plaza on South Broad Street, ASG Information Technologies provides computer repair…More and installation services and support for small and medium-size businesses within the state. Professional businesses should have one to 40 workstations, which use e-mail and the Internet for communication. Examples of typical customers include accounting firms, housing authorities and credit unions.
ASG offers a variety of services such as business networking solutions, e-mail and web hosting, real-time monitoring, proactive maintenance, virus/spyware/spam solutions and computer sales and service. On-site and in-house services are also offered, which can be arranged for nights and weekends, if preferred.
Cop-Eze is a private printing company located on the first floor of a large brick office building on Research…More Parkway between Pomeroy Avenue and Murdock Avenue. Services offered include digital printing and plotting, copying including color and large format, scanning, graphic design, dry mounting and mailing services. Various types of binding are also available such as GBC, Velo and Screwpost. Work can be delivered free or picked up within 24 hours.
The Meriden Police Department houses 120 full time officers, along with 10 reserve officers and office staff in its…More brick headquarters in downtown Meriden, where it flanks the conveniently located city courthouse.
Public information officer Sgt. Leonard Caponigro particularly credits the force's popular long-running neighborhood initiative – in which beat officers patrol at-risk areas and hold monthly meetings with residents to work together to make them safer – for a recent sharp decline in crime.
Residents can sign up for e-mailed crime reports pertaining to their area by sending their information to COMMSRVBURU@ci.meriden.ct.us and also email the department with crime tips at CRMTIPSPUB@ci.meriden.ct.us.