Join Norwalk Planning & Zoning and Utile Architecture & Planning for their first public engagement meeting for an opportunity to share your opinions on land use scenarios for industrial and commercial properties along the upper- to mid-landward areas around the Norwalk Harbor! Norwalk's Planning & Zoning Department has teamed up with Utile, an Architecture & Planning firm from Boston to help guide future land use around the Norwalk Harbor.
As an extension of the Norwalk Industrial Zones Study, the City of Norwalk is developing an urban waterfront land use plan. This study will focus on existing and future land use along the waterfront, taking public access and recreation into consideration. The plan will also take a look at information about the water itself and environmental issues, including navigation channels, water quality, and flood hazards.
The final plan will be used to inform future rezoning efforts, among other things, and include:
- Prioritize land use policy which encourages water dependent uses
- Economic development recommendations
- Identified capital projects, paired with suggested timelines and funding sources
Seminar will be conducted via Zoom. Visit their website here to find the appropriate download instructions and download link for your device.