100 Franklin Street, Torrington

  Project Type: (Completed) Cleanup Planning Activity: The Naugatuck Valley Council of Government’s Revolving Loan Fund Committee sub granted the City of Torrington $44,000 from its Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) to help aid with cleanup planning at 100 Franklin Street. Status: PennRose has completed construction of “The Riverfront”. The new mixed-income, mixed-use

226 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck

Project Type: Cleanup Planning  Activities: The Borough of Naugatuck was sub-granted $45,000 for assessment activities at 226 Rubber Ave. Environmental data collected on site will help the Borough determine redevelopment options for future reuse.   Project Status: Environmental site assessment activities are complete. Reports are currently under review by the Borough. 

28 Glen Road, Newtown

Type of Project: Clean up Activities: The Town of Newtown was granted $45,000 through NVCOG’s Revolving Loan Fund program to aid with the removal of hazardous waste at 28 Glen Road. The property is currently vacant. Cleanup at the site is conducted with the goal of preparing the site for

909 Bank Street, Waterbury

Project Type: (Completed) Environmental Site Assessment and Remediation Activities: The Brooklyn neighborhood of  recently celebrated the opening of a new park. Click here to learn more.   The Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments conducted an environmental assessment in order to facilitate potential site transfer of the former vacant property. Assessment work was funded

Ansonia 35 North Main Street

Project Type: Cleanup Activities: Cleanup – Removal of Hazardous Waste The Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments has sub-granted the City of Ansonia $176,766 from its Revolving Loan Fund program to aid with remedial activities in Building 12 at 35 North Main Street. Project Status: Large quantities of hazardous waste have been removed from
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Berlin 1406 Chamberlain Highway

Project Type: Assessment Activities: Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments NVCOG has conducted an environmental assessment in order to facilitate potential site transfer. The property is improved by a 5-bay automotive service garage. Assessment is funded by petroleum funds through NVCOG’s FY2016 EPA Assessment grant, as approved by
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Berlin 161 Massirio Drive

Project Type: Assessment Activities: Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments NVCOG has conducted an environmental assessment in order to facilitate potential site transfer. The property is improved by an automotive service garage and auto-body shop. Assessment is funded by petroleum funds through NVCOG’s FY2016 EPA Assessment grant, as
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Mad River, Waterbury

Project Type: Cleanup NVCOG oversaw a $500,000 grant for assessment and remediation across multiple parcels on behalf of the Waterbury Development Corporation (WDC). The remaining funds were allocated to conduct clean-up activities at Lot 19, where Brass City Harvest has constructed a regional food hub for cleaning and preparing locally-grown foods
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Naugatuck 251 Rubber Ave

Project Type: Assessment  Activities: Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments NVCOG has conducted an environmental assessment in order to facilitate potential site transfer. The property is improved by a 2-bay service garage. Assessment is funded by petroleum funds through NVCOG’s FY2016 EPA Assessment grant, as approved by the
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Naugatuck Parcels A&B

Project Type: Clean-up The NVCOG Revolving Loan Fund Committee awarded the Borough of Naugatuck $100,000 toward remediation. The Borough will primarily abate asbestos at Parcel B. Project Status: Remediation has been completed. Documents:Naugatuck Parcels A&B Analysis of Brownfield Clean-up AlternativesNaugatuck Parcels A&B Community Relations Plan

O’Sullivan’s Island Fishing and Viewing Platform

Previous Next Grand Opening in 2023 On July 13, 2023, NVCOG joined Derby Mayor Richard Dziekan; Rick Jacobson; Assistant Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Deputy Commissioner Mason Trumble; Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection, to celebrate the opening of the handicapped-accessible fishing and viewing platform. The
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Waterbury Industrial Commons

Project Type: Clean-up and Assessment Activities: Phase II Environmental Site Assessment and Hazardous Building Materials Assessment at former Jo-Vek portion. Clean-up funding awarded at Lots 10 and 11. NVCOG’s Revolving Loan Fund Committee awarded the City of Waterbury $173,000 to continue project work at Waterbury Industrial Commons (WIC). WIC is