- Laura Regan - Land Use Supervisor/Zoning Enforcement Officer/Town Planner
- Sharon Millard - Assistant Land Use Enforcement Officer
- Becky Passero - Land Use Administrator
The Zoning Commission meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM in the Loretta Brickley Conference Room, lower level of Town Hall (unless otherwise noted).
2024 Zoning Commission Regular Meeting Schedule
For inquiries regarding a property and/or the Zoning Regulations, please send a detailed email to email@example.com specifically stating your questions and/or what information you are requesting. Please provide as much information as possible as the information will aid staff during the review process to accurately access and answer your questions.
Pending Zoning Special Permit and Site Plan applications can be viewed, either by application number or address, on the ViewPoint Cloud Online Permitting System.
As of 1/5/23 - Zoning Regulation Amendment Applications and Zone Change (Map Amendment) Applications are now available on the Town of New Milford's online permitting system.
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS INFORMATION
The Zoning Board of Appeals meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM in the Loretta Brickley Conference Room, lower level of Town Hall (unless otherwise noted).
2024 Zoning Board of Appeals Regular Meeting Schedule
As of 1/5/23 - Zoning Board of Appeals Variance Application are now available on the Town of New Milford's online permitting system.
Pending Zoning Board of Appeals Variance Applications can be viewed under the property application number or address on the ViewPoint Cloud Online Permitting System.
Agendas & Minutes
The agendas and minutes on this site are for informational purposes only. Official agendas & minutes are on file in the Town Clerks Office.
Online agendas and minutes can also be accessed on the main page of the Town website under "Government".
The purpose of the Zoning Regulations is to guide the growth and development of the Town so as to promote beneficial and convenient relationships among residential, commercial, industrial and public areas within the town, considering the suitability of each area for such uses, as indicated by existing conditions, trends in population and mode of living, and future needs for various types of development.