City of Stamford Environmental Protection Board 184 Bedford St, Stamford, CT06901 Founded in 1974, the city of Stamford's Environmental Protection Board was formed to combine the local Inland Wetlands…More Agency, Conservation Commission and Flood and Erosion Control Board. Since then, the Board has also taken on the added responsibility of regulating development within designated flood hazard areas in cooperation with the city's Zoning Board. The Board also serves as advisor for city agencies, business owners and citizens looking for land-use process information.
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.</p>
<p>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.</p>
Stamford Board of Realtors 35 6th St, Stamford, CT06905 The Stamford Board of Realtors is a non-profit professional organization welcoming Stamford realtors since 1919. It…More offers classes and professional development for its members and is active in various community outreach efforts. Its website serves as a resource for anyone looking for a realtor in Stamford with a list of active members. A blog is also featured with the purpose of providing up-to-date information about the happenings of the Stamford Board of Realtors.
City of Stamford Zoning Board of Appeals Office 184 Bedford St, Stamford, CT06901 Located on the 7th floor of the Stamford Government Center, the Zoning Board of Appeals Office consider variances of…More the zoning regulations where there is an unusual hardship with the land. The Board is permitted to rule on appeals from the decisions of the Zoning Enforcement Office, as well as consider motor vehicle certificates of approval for dealer and repairer licenses and retail gasoline station permits.
The Stamford Board of Representatives 184 Bedford St, Stamford, CT06901 The Stamford Board of Representatives is comprised of forty elected volunteer members who are divided into twelve…More committees. These committees meet about once per month (more often if necessary) to discuss agenda issues. During these meetings, committees hear testimony from invited speakers, department heads and, during public hearings, Stamford citizens. Most agenda items are decided over the course of one month, but some, especially ordinances, can take longer. All committee and full board meetings are open to the public; minutes and votes are published after each session.
Rosett Realty 60 6th St, Stamford, CT06905 Rosett Realty is run by Edward Rosett, who is currently listed under the Stamford Board of Realtors as a licensed…More realtor. The Stamford Board of Realtors keeps its list of members updated and current. Please call for an appointment.