Welcome to Candlewood Shores
Candlewood Shores is a private community located on beautiful Candlewood Lake in Brookfield, CT. It is a community of just over 500 homes, ranging in style and price from original cottages from the 1950’s to large multistory lakefront homes. The neighborhood consists of both full time and part time residents. The location is convenient to major highways and shopping of all types, only 90 minutes from NYC, 45 minutes from Stamford, CT and White Plains, NY.
Candlewood Shore’s homeowners enjoy the beach, boating, playground facilities and a variety of planned activities. Many families agree our beach is one of the prettiest and well maintained on the lake. Given the many varied activities and events, the neighborhood offers something for everyone.
55 Longview Dr
Brookfield, CT 06804-1414 CSTDOffice@candlewoodshores.com
Phone: (203) 775-1172
Fax: (203) 775-5919
203-790-6888 ext. 683
Emergencies: In the event of an emergency, and the office is not open, please call the Brookfield Police Department at 203.775.2575
News & Announcements
Clink on the link for the fall newsletter providing leaf and brush pick up dates, activities, and much more.Fall Newsletter 2017
Winter Parking Reminders: All Candlewood Shores Roads – No parking on the roads is permitted during a snow emergency. Please park your car(s) in the driveway or at the recreation parking area if a storm is predicted. Clearview Drive South (1 – 53) – A Winter Parking Ban is in effect from November 15th through April 15th. No parking is allowed on the even-number side of the street.
Adult/Senior Events Coordinator : CSTD Recreation Committee is looking for someone who would be interested in volunteering to coordinate different events for adults/seniors (yoga classes, wine & cheese tastings, shuffle board tournaments, age-appropriate move nights, etc.). If you are interested, please contact Melanie Shapiro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reminder about Golf Cart Usage in CSTD: All unregistered golf carts must be operated by a driver with a valid driver’s license. The vehicle being operated is limited to daylight hours only and must be equipped with an operable horn and flag to assist operators of motor vehicles in observing your location. Also, the vehicle may not transport more passengers than is recommended.