Historic District Commission
LAST CHANCE TO TAKE OUR SURVEY FOR ENFIELD’S FUTURE - DEADLINE FEBRUARY 28, 2021
HELP US PLAN ENFIELD’S FUTURE
The Town of Enfield and the Planning and Zoning Commission have started the comprehensive planning process to update the Town’s Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD). The POCD is a strategic plan that will guide land use, development, and decision making for the next 10 years. As part of the planning process, we are seeking input from the community to inform our effort and the Plan. This Community Survey offers you an opportunity to provide your thoughts and perspectives on Enfield today and the Enfield you want to be part of in the future.
The survey only takes 10 to 15 minutes to complete—time well spent to participate in the planning of Enfield’s future. We thank you for your interest in our community and taking the time to assist with the Town’s planning process.
- 4th Wednesday of every month except for August (no meetings).
Town of Enfield Historic District Commission Handbook Kickoff Meeting - 2/17/2021 @ 7PM (Remote)
How To Join the Next Historic District Commission Meeting - Regular Meeting on 2/24/2021
Instructions for Land Use Meetings
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are prepared prior to every meeting, minutes are available following approval.
Notice of Action
Applications to be Heard at the 2/24/2021 Regular Meeting:
HDC# 468 – 1275 Enfield Street – Application for a Certificate of Appropriateness to replace a window at 1275 Enfield Street as referenced by the materials submitted with this application; Sean Crane, Owner/Applicant; Map 019 / Lot 0239; HR-33.
Previous Meeting Documentation
Notice of Actions
The commission is comprised of 5 regular members, not less than 3 of these shall be residents within the historic district. In addition, the ordinance provides for the appointment of 3 alternate members. The term of office is for 5 years.
The Historic District Commission was established by ordinance adopted by the Enfield Town Council on July 17, 1972 and revised on June 6, 1983 (Section 4B-3 through 4B-14 of the Town Code). The powers and duties of the commission are as provided for in the CT General Statutes. In its deliberations, the commission shall not consider interior arrangement or use and shall take no action except for the purpose of preventing the erection, reconstruction, restoration, alteration or razing of buildings in the historic district obviously incongruous with the historic aspects of the district.