Your Chance to Be Heard About the Changes You Want For Greenwich—Please Attend These Meetings
The Greenwich Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) will create a blueprint for our future – a new blueprint that will guide the Town in its decision making for the next 10 years. A Plan of Conservation and Development is a community vision
that is intended to guide the Town’s physical and economic development for the next 10 years.
The POCD will result in a set of policies that direct future growth and development. Additionally, the Plan can lead to potential strategies that will help effectively guide Town leaders with making substantive and thoughtful decisions for the community. It is critical that all of Greenwich’s stakeholders are involved in the development of the POCD.
The Town is committed to involving residents and business owners and operators in the process in order to craft a community vision for Greenwich’s future. Ultimately, the POCD will be approved by the Planning & Zoning Commission and presented for adoption at the Representative Town Meeting.
The Town of Greenwich has begun the process of gathering information for the Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD). These meetings are specific to the business community to spend some time discussing your thoughts about Greenwich today and your ideas for our community’s future. Every citizen is welcome! No need to sign up—just show up.
There are three meetings that you should consider attending:
- Wednesday, January 17th from 7-9 p.m. - Held at Cole Auditorium, Greenwich Library. The focus of this meeting is to begin the process of gathering information for the POCD.
- Thursday, January 18th from 8-9:30 a.m. – Held at Town Hall Meeting Room. The focus will be on Greenwich Avenue and the Village Centers.
- Friday, January 19th from 8-9:30 a.m. – Held at Town Hall Meeting Room. The focus will be on the Post Road corridor.
Please come to one or all and please spread the word for all to get involved in YOUR town!