UPDATE (May 11, 2018): The City of Norwalk has scheduled four upcoming topic workshops regarding the citywide plan. Please click the “Upcoming Workshops” link below for more information.
UPDATE (March 8, 2018): the West Norwalk Plan of Conservation and Development meeting has been rescheduled. Please see below for the new date, time, and location.
UPDATE (March 6, 2018): the West Norwalk Plan of Conservation and Development meeting scheduled for March 7th has been postponed due to forecasted inclement weather. Stay tuned for information regarding the new date and time for the meeting!
UPDATE (February 4, 2018): please note the new start time!
According to the City of Norwalk’s website, “The POCD is a ten-year, state-mandated, planning document, meant to guide growth and development in our city. It also identifies strategies to protect important resources and attributes of Norwalk. The plan sets the table for many initiatives the city will undertake.” (Visit the 2018 Plan of Conservation & Development webpage for more information.)
As part of this effort, neighborhood associations have been asked to hold meetings to help gather input from resident and to formulate a neighborhood mini master plan which they are calling district profiles. The West Norwalk Association dedicated their February 2018 board meeting to this topic.
There are four upcoming workshops scheduled by the City of Norwalk, each being two hours long. Residents of Norwalk are encouraged to attend these meetings to provide feedback that will impact the growth of Norwalk over the next 10 years. Please see the “Additional Resources” section for more information.