Active Transportation Plan – Public Meeting

The Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments (NVCOG) will be hosting a public meeting and charrette to gather input for the development of the Naugatuck Valley Active Transportation Plan (NVATP).  NVCOG invites residents, business owners, transportation advocates, and local officials to participate in this interactive event set to take place on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, at 6 PM in Waterbury City Hall’s Veterans Memorial Hall (235 Grand Street, Waterbury, CT). This marks the first of several meetings throughout the NVCOG region.

The charrette is an interactive workshop that allows participants to collaborate with professionals, share ideas, and explore innovative solutions for the development of an efficient and interconnected transportation system. During the session, NVCOG staff will provide an overview of the NVATP, and participants will have the chance to actively participate and contribute their ideas, suggestions, and concerns to help shape the Plan. Pizza and refreshments will be available.

For those unable to attend in-person, a zoom option is available at for virtual participation. Individuals with limited internet access can listen to the meeting by calling +1 929 205 6099 and entering the Participant Code when prompted: 814 8576 6007.

Language assistance is available to the public at no cost. For language assistance requests contact Desira Blanchard, Communications and Community Engagement Coordinator with the Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments, at or at 203-757-0535. Requests should be made at least 5 business days prior to the meeting.

NVision50: Public Information Meeting for the Metropolitan Transportation Plan

On Thursday, February 16, the NVCOG is excited to introduce residents and stakeholders to NVision50, the Metropolitan Transportation Plan for the Naugatuck Valley COG & Central Naugatuck Valley MPO. This plan establishes the vision for transportation in the region between now and 2050 and lays out strategies to achieve this vision.

Comments will be accepted on this plan between February 6, 2023, and March 17, 2023. The draft plan can be found on the NVCOG website here. Aside from this meeting, comments can be sent to

During this information meeting, NVCOG will provide an overview of the plan, answer questions, and accept comments and feedback. Attendees can join online via the link below or attend in person at the NVCOG office.

For additional information about attendance, please call the NVCOG at (203) 757-0535

Join Zoom Meeting

or dial in 929 205 6099

Meeting ID: 858 2656 0616

Route 229 Public Meeting

The NVCOG, along with Capital Region Council of Governments (CRCOG), City of Bristol, and Town of Southington will be hosting a hybrid meeting on Thursday, May 26th, to share recommendations for improvement along the CT Route 229 corridor. Following a presentation on the suggested future conditions, we will host an open forum for comments from the community. Comments will be accepted for 30 days following the meeting as well via email to To join remotely, please follow this link:

Event Information 

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Oxford Route 67 Alternative Transportation Plan Public Information Meeting

Come out to hear about and provide input on plans to improve bicycle, pedestrian and transit access in the Route 67 corridor.

An in-person meeting will be held at the Oxford High School auditorium.

A virtual option will be available for those unable to attend in person.  If you would like to attend the virtual meeting, please register HERE.

For more information, please see the Project Webpage or the meeting Press Release.