The NVCOG and participating municipalities will sponsor a Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and Paint Collection event on Saturday, April 27, 2024 at Ansonia Public Works.

Federal funding will bolster local transit, road & pedestrian safety projects, and more!

The pressing concern surrounding the condition of Coe Pond Dam has sparked attention from various news outlets.

The report has identified deficiencies at the Coe Pond Dam that, if not addressed, pose an immediate threat to public safety with the potential for loss of human life and property damage.

The Active Transportation Microgrant Program is a non-infrastructure initiative to provide eligible organizations with up to $5,000 in funding for resources that advance safe, accessible, sustainable, and equitable walking, biking and rolling in Connecticut, including to and from schools.

The final Priority Climate Action Plan (PCAP) has been released for New Haven County as part of the national Climate Pollution Reduction Grant program (CPRG). The planning document is accessible at and on .

Join us for an informational session to learn about our current community liaison openings.

If your organization or municipality is looking to improve mobility for seniors and individuals with disabilities, you can apply for funding.

The Town of Seymour shares a land use best practice to encourage interdepartmental coordination and transparency in its permit application process.

The public meeting will provide an opportunity for community members, stakeholders, and decision-makers to learn about the proposed projects in the TIP and provide feedback on the prioritization and funding of these projects

Driven by a passion for sustainable development and community-driven approaches, Emely Ricci is a dedicated Community Planner at NVCOG. Read on for a glimpse into Emely’s background and commitment to creating positive change in the region. 

Learn how to leverage subdivision regulations to secure valuable open space.

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