North Branch Park River Watershed Management Plan

public outreach


Community Input

North Branch Park River Watershed Management Plan project teamwork officially concluded on July 31, 2010. The approved final document resides with the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, along with other watershed management plans and documents on the Ct DEP website.

Watershed management plans are “living” documents that will evolve along with changes in the watershed – and knowledge gained through plan implementation.Contact project team members, or Ct Department of Environmental Protection if you are interested in the plan implementation process.

Below is a listing of community information sessions held during the North Branch Park River Watershed Management Planning process in 2008 – 2010:

July 13 Public Presentation (pdf of presentation)
a summary of the plan findings and recommendations

PAST PRESENTATIONS AND COMMUNITY MEETINGS:
Public Presentation of the Watershed Management Plan

July 13, 2010
Watkinson School, Toad Hall (7pm)
180 Bloomfield Avenue, Hartford

West Hartford Conservation Commission:
June 28, 2010
West Hartford Town HallĀ  (7 pm)
50 South Main St., West Hartford

West End:
West End Civic Association representatives have met to review how Watershed Management Plan recommendations fit within the City of Hartford Plan of Conservation and Development (currently underway). In addition, neighbors are meeting to discuss the current and future relationship of the river to adjacent properties.

Blue Hills Neighborhood Revitalization Zone meeting
September 23, 2009
Mt Sinai Hospital (6:30pm)
500 Blue Hills Avenue, Hartford

Asylum Hill Neighborhood Revitalization Zone meeting
September 14th 2009
Asylum Hill Congregational Church (6:30pm)
814 Asylum Avenue, Hartford

Bloomfield Town Council
March 9, 2009
The Bloomfield Town Council
Bloomfield Town Hall (7:30 pm)
- meeting was broadcast on the public cable access station

Bloomfield Energy and Environment Commission
December 11, 2008
Bloomfield Town Hall (7 pm)

if your neighborhood group, school or club is interested in learning more
contact the project team