PLAN OF CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT
Over the past year, local efforts have been underway to draft updates to Ellington’s Plan of Conservation and Development (Plan) - a policy document that guides land use, development patterns, preservation strategies, and capital investments for certain infrastructure and community facilities for the next decade.
Hardcopies of draft Plan updates will be available for pick-up at the Town Planner’s Office (57 Main Street), Ellington First Selectman’s Office (55 Main Street), and Hall Memorial Library (93 Main Street) as of April 15, 2019. An electronic copy of draft Plan updates will be posted on the Planning Department’s webpage after April 15th.
Please direct questions to:
Ellington Planning Department
57 Main Street, PO Box 187
Ellington, CT 06029
The Planning Department assists a number of volunteer land use boards, which are the Conservation Commission, the Design Review Board, the Economic Development Commission, the Inland Wetlands Agency, the Planning and Zoning Commission, and the Zoning Board of Appeals.
View online Ellington interactive maps.
A Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) is an advisory document that is intended to provide a framework of consistent decision making in conservation and development activities over the next 10 years.
Use this link to find regulations, application forms, guides, and other helpful information for the Planning Department and its boards and commissions.
If you have any questions, please contact the Ellington Planning Department at 860-870-3120.