Thompsonville Revitalization Action Plan
The Town of Enfield is committed to excellence and economic growth, and has multiple programs, boards, and committees dedicated to doing so. One such committee is the Enfield Revitalization Strategy Committee. Please check out what they've put together as the vision for the future of Thompsonville in the Thompsonville Revitalization Action Plan (PDF).
Connecticut Main Street Center
The Connecticut Main Street Center is the state's leading, non-profit resource for cities and towns seeking to revitalize their "Main Street" districts. A member of the National Main Street network, Connecticut Main Street Center offers solutions and suggestions to make Connecticut's "Main Streets" thriving centers of economic and social activity. Please check out their website, Connecticut Main Street Association.
Plan of Conservation & Development
The Planning and Zoning Commission for the Town of Enfield also has drafted future plans for the Town. To view this document please visit, Plan of Conservation and Development 2009 Draft.
The Town of Enfield hired Abeles Phillips Preiss and Shapiro, Inc. of New York, an outside consultant, for ideas and suggestions of how to make the Thompsonville section of Enfield, Connecticut a walkable, more beautiful downtown area where people want to buy homes, and spend their free time. To see this report and its suggestions visit, Shapiro Report (PDF).
Residents with questions concerning housing conditions, please visit Housing Code Enforcement.
Residents interested in home repair or prospective business owners should check Zoning Districts, as Enfield has several different districts, like the Historic District, that may have strict requirements or need review.
If you live in Enfield, especially Thompsonville, you are probably familiar with the Freshwater Pond located in the Village. It wasn't always this way, and is one of the many revitalization projects Enfield is committed to. Please view our Freshwater Pond Restoration Project for more info and history of the project.
For more information about these sort of projects going on in throughout the state, please visit the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (Connecticut DECD) website.