An online survey to obtain input on important issues related to Norwalk’s transportation, mobility, and parking. Residents, employees, students, and travelers should visit the survey webpage. Your input will help shape Norwalk’s Transportation Master Plan.
CIRCA has just released the Vulnerability Assessment Report for public review and comment. This report is a culmination of the tools and analysis presented over the past few months. To view the report, please follow the link below:
In addition, CIRCA will be hosting a short webinar this Friday, October 8 at noon. The webinar will provide a high level introduction of the report and the resilience opportunity areas. Registration link below:
An online survey to obtain input on important issues related to Danbury’s growth and to help shape its vision for the future. Residents, employees, students, and travelers should visit the survey webpage. Your input will help shape the Plan of Conservation and Development for Danbury CT.
The POCD will cover topics in:
- Economic development,
- Open space and environmental resources,
- Historic and cultural resources,
- Transportation and infrastructure,
- City facilities and services, and
More information on the POCD process can be found on www.danburypocd.com.
🍂Huge grants to claim from the EDA, new data tools, new plans, it’s all here in the September newsletter.
The Western Connecticut Council of Governments (WestCOG) seeks a qualified person to serve as a Project Manager, providing services to the region’s 18 municipalities (“members”) to develop projects and funding plans that comply with the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). See the job post for more details.
Applications can be emailed to:
WestCOG is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Metropolitan Area Planning (MAP) Forum announces the next meeting of its Multi-State Freight Working Group on September 14, 2021 at 10:00 am.
This meeting will be available as a webinar: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/179378989.Continue reading PUBLIC NOTICE FOR THE 9/14/2021 MULTI-STATE FREIGHT WORKING GROUP
WestCOG is pleased to release a report titled “The Case for Riparian Corridor Protections: Zoning Strategies to Reduce Pollution of Inland Waters and Resultant Hypoxia of Long Island Sound.”
Public Act 21-29 (passed in June 2021) expands the responsibility of zoning commissions in protecting the water quality of Long Island Sound from 24 coastal municipalities to all 169 municipalities of the state.
This report provides history protecting riparian corridors along with model regulations for implementing Public Act 21-29.
The WCEDD 2020 Annual Report is available. The report lists the relevant work completed between July 2020 to June 2021 as it pertains to WCEDD’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for 2017-2021. The report, previous reports and the CEDS can all be found for download at the WCEDD web page.