Plan of Conservation and Development

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The Planning process in Stonington involves a variety of tasks, all of which are under the Plan of Conservation and Development process.

  • Stormwater Management Study Group
  • Open Space Plan
  • Signage Study Group
  • Mill Redevelopment Study Group

Click Here to view the Final 2015 Plan of Conservation and Development

2014 Plan of Conservation & Development Update

Connecticut General State Statute (Section 8-23) requires preparation and adoption of The Plan of Conservation and Development, underscoring the critical function that such a plan fills.  Every ten years the existing Plan of Conservation and Development must be revised, amended and adopted.  Stonington’s Plan of Conservation and Development was adopted in 2004 and must be revisited and adopted by 2014.  The Plan of Conservation and Development is a blueprint for how the Town wants to develop over the next 10 – 20 years and is a guide to local decision making in areas such as natural resources preservation, economic development, housing, land use and public services. 

Links from 2014/2015:

Links from 2004: