OUR NEXT MEETING IS TBA
CITY HALL ROOM 101
(Our meetings are held the 4th Monday of the month, unless noted here due to holidays....)
NOVEMBER MEETING is our first monthly meeting following the City's community-wide MASTER PLAN COMMUNITY FORUM ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18TH -
REMINDER- SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18TH IS COMMUNITY VISIONING WORKSHOP DAY IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PLAN OF CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT...... GO TO http://www.tomorrow.norwalkct.org/ FOR MORE INFO!
COMMUNITY VISIONING WORKSHOP SATURDAY NOV 18TH!
MAKE YOUR MARK ON
Saturday, November 18, 2017
Center for Global Studies at
Brien McMahon High School
300 Highland Ave.
RAFFLE PRIZES! FAMILIES WELCOME!
Check in on the Facebook event at:
View and take a survey: Tomorrow.norwalkct.org
Join residents from across
the city to plan for
The City of Norwalk is updating its
citywide plan, working on
neighborhood plans for Wall Street
and West Avenue, and doing a
citywide parking study.
We need you—and your family,
friends, and neighbors—to help
plan for Norwalk’s future.
Norwalk is a great place to live,
work, play, and raise a family. How
can we make it even better? Bring
your hopes and ideas for the
whole city and ask questions
about the neighborhood plans
and the citywide Parking Study.
Raffle prizes! Families welcome!
Refreshments will be served.
More information: Steve Kleppin,
Please click HERE to visit the Coalition of Norwalk Neighborhood Associations web site.
OCTOBER meeting will focus on the next steps for neighborhoods to coordinate their work for the 2018 Master Plan and establishing/confirming Neighborhood Association's Master Plan Community Forums. NOTE: Special time 6pm to allow members to attend the Common Council debates beginning at 7pm in the City Hall Community Room (co-sponsored by LWV, CNNA, NAACP, PTO)
IT'S MASTER PLANNING TIME
IT'S COMING! The city is about to embark on the development of the 2018 Plan of Conservation and Development (master plan) which will guide future development, amenities, governance for the next 10 years.
The plan must include development guidelines covering essential elements, such as:
Open Space, Parks & Recreation
Cultural and Community Amenities
Environment and Infrastructure
Governance, Zoning, Urban Design
Start thinking about your vision for Norwalk: what you like, what needs improvement, how Norwalk residents can enjoy a better quality of life while preserving the character of our neighborhoods....
CNNA will send email updates to keep members informed on this important project.
If you are interested in serving on the CNNA sub-committee, please send a note using the Contact Us link on our main menu.
ATTENTION ALL ASSOCIATIONS & RESIDENTS
BE A PART OF DECIDING THE FUTURE OF NORWALK.... CNNA MEETS MONDAY
The monthly meeting of the Coalition of Norwalk Neighborhood Associations (CNNA) is on Monday, March 27th, 7pm in Room 101 at City Hall.
The primary topic will be the city's creation of the 2018 Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) or often referred to as the "Master Plan", with an overview of the project process, followed by a discussion to agree on CNNA action steps to ensure extensive input from Neighborhood Associations and residents.
The state requires that the POCD is reviewed and updated every 10 years - it is the guiding document for development in the city, including consideration for housing, environment, transportation, recreation & open space, infrastructure, governance, schools, public safety services, historical preservation, conservation and sustainability. CNNA believes the POCD should be the blueprint for the vision, development and growth of the city and we are seeking members to participate on the CNNA POCD development sub-committee.
A copy of the 2008 plan can be found at this link: http://norwalkct.org/DocumentCenter/View/389
All residents of Norwalk are always welcome, and CNNA Member Associations are each urged to send at least one representative to our monthly meetings.
- NOTE: For complete Operating Budget process calendar, click here : http://norwalkct.org/DocumentCenter/View/10810
NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS: Please submit news and items of interest/concern no later than the Wednesday prior to each meeting.
To provide a common voice on larger Norwalk issues.
To inform members of important issues, meetings, events, etc.
To solicit fair and equal participation of each association.
Membership is open to all Norwalk neighborhood associations. Neighborhood associations with membership outside and including Norwalk shall be represented by the Norwalk portion of their membership.
Voting on issues before the coalition is limited to one vote per association. Decisions will be decided by a majority of those present and voting.
The Coalition meets the 4th Monday of the month, unless otherwise noted due to holidays...
Broad River- Cranbury - East Norwalk - Flax Hill - France St - Glasser St - Golden Hill -
Kendall Court - Knollwood/Deepwood St. - North Taylor
Norwalk Association of Silvermine Homeowners(NASH) - Norwalk Green Association- Rowayton Advocates for Zoning - Rowayton Civic - Silvermine Community Association - Silvermine Crossing - South Main St. - Spring Hill/ Hospital Area - Washington Village - West Norwalk - Woods Pond
South Norwalk Waterfront Communities - Shorefront Park - Harbor Shores - Harbor View - Village Creek - Wilson Point
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