Ridgefield’s Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) Announces Public Input Ridgefield on Tuesday, June 18
The Ridgefield Planning and Zoning Commission wants to know what YOU think as they embark on updating our Town's conservation and development plan.
Public Input Ridgefield, a town-wide information conservation and development info session, will take place on Tuesday, June 18 from 7:30 p.m. to 9pm in the Town Hall Annex, 66 Prospect Street.
About POCD 2020
Ridgefield’s Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) is a document intended to establish a common vision for the future of Ridgefield and then determine policies and action steps that will help attain that vision. While the key purpose and function of the POCD is to address the physical conservation and development of Ridgefield, it may also address issues related to economic development and social development. The goals and recommendations of the Plan are intended to reflect an overall consensus of what is considered desirable for Ridgefield and its residents in the future.
The process of preparing the Plan of Conservation and Development for Ridgefield will be overseen and coordinated by the Planning and Zoning Commission with input from local boards and agencies and from Ridgefield residents Once adopted by the Planning and Zoning Commission, the POCD is used to:
• coordinate conservation activities,
• guide land use decisions and regulations,
• program public projects, and
• meet identified public needs.
Learn more here.