The Town of North Branford Planning and Zoning Commission is updating its 2009-2019
Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD)
The Town of North Branford Planning and Zoning Commission is
preparing an update to the Plan of Conservation and Development, or POCD. The
POCD is a guidance document that will provide a long term vision for the Town
of North Branford and guide decision making relating to growth, development,
conservation, and capital improvements over the next decade. The State of
Connecticut requires municipalities to update their POCD every ten years.
As a comprehensive plan, the POCD will look at a
range of topics that will influence the Town over the coming decade, including
demographics, housing, land use, community facilities, economic development,
open space, recreation, transportation, and sustainability. While it is
important to understand data and trends, it is equally important to understand
the priorities of the community. There are several ways for the public to get
The feedback received from the survey and workshops will shape the goals,
objectives, recommendations, and actions of the final document.
- A community survey was completed during the month of November through the first week of December 2018.
Over 800 people completed the survey! Click here to see the survey results.
- The public can also provide feedback at a public workshops. The first workshop was held in on January 29 at 7 pm in the NBIS cafeteria. Click here for the workshop presentation. Click here for the workshop results. A second workshop will be held on Thursday April 11,
2019 from 6:30pm-8pm in the cafeteria at NBIS.
- We've gathered your comments and feedback regarding a Town Center. Based on the results from the first survey the development of a Town Center was cited as the second most significant policy or program that respondents would like to see the Town invest in over the next decade. A snapshot of the results are posted under Town Center Survey Results.