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2016-17 Municipal Salary Survey

2016-17 Municipal Salary Survey

The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM) is excited to announce our partnership with the Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) for the development of this year's Municipal Salary Survey. Our organizations have collaborated over the past several months to develop an online survey that is more in-depth and comprehensive. The 2016-2017 Municipal Salary Survey will feature an online data-entry system and robust reporting capabilities, and will allow towns to benchmark themselves against neighboring and peer communities. Over the next few months, we will be rolling out this new survey tool to all municipalities across the state and will host training sessions covering inputting and extracting salary information.

Salary Survey Data Entry back to top

In order to enter your 2016-2017 salary information, please visit the Salary Survey website at, www.ctmunicipaldata.org, to register / log in.

Our webinar trainings for the 2016-2017 Salary survey have now concluded, please click below for a copy of the powerpoint and materials used in the training. Additonally, for those who were unable to attend the webinar training, or would like to review the training they attended, please click below on, "2016-2017 Salary Survey: Webinar Training Replay."

2016-2017 Salary Survey: Webinar Training Powerpoint

2016-2017 Salary Survey: Data Fields Guide for Posting

2016-2017 Salary Survey: Webinar Training Replay

Implementation Schedule and Next Steps back to top

During the initial data entry phase, which will run from September 12th through October 31st, municipal officials will only have the ability to input, review and submit their salary information. Access to statewide data and the system’s reporting functionality will be rolled out in late fall, once all communities have completed their data entry activities and specific report-generating training sessions have been held (dates TBD).

If you have any questions, or concerns, please contact either A.J. Birmingham at 203-498-3055, or by email at abirmingham@ccm-ct.org, or Hedy Ayers at 860-522-2217 x234. or hayers@crcog.org.