Upcoming Public Events  

Upcoming Public Events

Please join us to share your ideas.

GBRCTOD at Stratford Festival
SAT June 7 | 10 AM - 5 PM
TOD Table at Main Street Festival, in front of Milford Bank, near flag pole

Find out about transit-oriented development (TOD) in the region and it’s impact of economic development, housing, and accessibility to transit. We’d love to hear your ideas! Come visit our table at the Main Street Festival in Stratford. We’ll be in front of Milford Bank near the flag pole.
 

Reconnect - A Comprehensive Plan for the Greater Bridgeport RegionRECONNECT Community Meeting #2
MON June 9 | 6:30 PM
Fairchild Wheeler High School
 
Join the Greater Bridgeport Regional Council for a public meeting to share your ideas about what you think about the future of our community. 
 
We’ll talk about housing, transportation, water, and other infrastructure investments to make neighborhoods more prosperous, allow people to live closer to jobs, save households time and money, and reduce pollution. Everyone’s input will be used to help us create a Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) for the Greater Bridgeport Region.
 

Urban Land Use Institute - Westchester/Fairfield County Chapter

Growing Greater Bridgeport
TUE June 24 | 8:30 AM - 11 AM | Brigeport City Hall Annex
 
Join us for an interactive, moderated-panel discussion about ongoing development efforts in the Greater Bridgeport Region. The presentation will highlight ongoing development efforts including downtown revitalization, Steelpointe, a new commuter rail station and regional TOD planning efforts.
 
 

GBRCTOD Community Meeting #2 - POSTPONED
THU June 26 | 6:30 PM - To Be Rescheduled in September
Margaret E. Morton Government Center (formerly City Hall Annex)
Conference Rooms A & B - 999 Broad Street, Bridgeport, CT 06604
 
Please join Greater Bridgeport Transit and the Greater Bridgeport Regional Council to share your ideas about what our transportation system could look like in the future—from bike and walking paths to buses and train connections. Everyone’s input will be used to help us create a Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Plan for the Region.