Located on the seventh floor of the Stamford Government Center, the Planning Board Office plans and coordinate the…More city's development according to the Master Plan, which is the general land use plan for the physical development of Stamford.
The Board prepares, adopts and amends the Master Plan, adopts and amends subdivision regulations, reviews and acts on subdivision applications, prepares the capital budget and capital program, reviews and acts on referrals from the Zoning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals, and prepares and adopts neighborhood plans.
Community Cats P.O. Box 4380, Stamford, CT06907 Community Cats is a volunteer-operated non-profit dedicated to fostering and caring for feral and stray cats in…More Stamford and Norwalk. The organization spays and neuters cats and works to find homes for these animals, hosting adoption events at the South Wilton Veterinary Group for volunteer and adoption information.
Stamford Animal Care & Control Shelter 201 Magee Ave, Stamford, CT06902 The Stamford Animal Care & Control Shelter provides a home for neglected and abused animals, as well as spay,…More neutering and adoption services. The facility can be found on Magee Avenue between Jefferson Street and Shippan Avenue in Stamford's Harbour Point area. The highly successful shelter has remained a no-kill facility under the guidance of director, Laurie Hollywood and has maintained the highest adoption rate of all similar shelters in the state of Connecticut.