Thanks to NBC 30 for covering our recent meeting and highlighting our downtown mural project!
Susmitha Attota of the City Plan Department went to many
community management teams this year talking about New Haven’s
Comprehensive Plan. It guides the city’s priorities for the next 10 years.
Based on the feedback received from all CMTs regarding the planning issues
pertaining to the City’s Comprehensive Plan update, the City Plan
Department developed an online survey. This survey helps to prioritize the
diverse issues heard from residents and also to better understand the
missing links at present with respect to transportation, jobs, land use,
The links to take the survey in both English and Spanish languages are
This survey will remain open from now until Aug 19.
Ass. Dir. Comprehensive Planning
New Haven City Plan Department
165 Church Street,5th Floor
New Haven, CT 06510
Just one of many scenes from New Haven’s International Festival of Arts and Ideas. Now that the festival is over the New Haven Green might be a little less crowded, but it won’t be any less beautiful.
In 1974, a group of students banded together to form the Yale Summer Cabaret and performed, in one summer season, seventeen plays that included Molière, Shakespeare, and then-current students Wendy Wasserstein and Christopher Durang.
The 2013 Yale Cabaret’s SUMMER OF GIANTS embraces the spirit of those first years by offering an ambitious variety of different theatrical offerings written by some of the greatest playwrights of our time.
Check out show descriptions and times on the Yale Summer Cabaret website: summercabaret.com.
If you live in the Wooster Square area, there are several greenspace groups
to choose from. These groups provide a great opportunity to meet your
neighbors and help care for our beautiful park spaces. See below:
*Friends of Wooster Square Meeting*
Thursday June 20, 6:30-7:30PM, at St. Paul and St. James Church, Olive and
Mission of FOWS: “Friends of Wooster Square Parks is a community group
created for the purpose of organizing people to care for the parks and
public areas in the Wooster Square neighborhood.”
Please bring your ideas and enthusiasm for our parks. FOWS needs YOU!
*Friends of Lenzi Park* (on Jefferson & St. John St.)
Friends of Lenzi Park gather every Thursday from 5pm to 7pm during the
season, from May 30 to early August to work on the park, which was a major
URI project from 2001 to 2003, funded by the US Forest Service. The small
band of regular volunteers would like to invite everyone who is interested
to join them. The park is heavily used by neighbors, dog walkers, and
sometimes LEAP. Please give a few hours to this beautiful space!
*Resurfacing of Union St Dog Park*
Saturday, June 22, from 9am to 11:30am
The short-term resurfacing project will include fine pea-stone under the
trees, and wood chips in the sloped area where grass doesn’t grow. The
gravel will take 3-5 sessions, and the wood chips 2-4 (roughly). The more
people commit to the project, the more material we can request at a time,
and finish sooner.
*Planting Cherry Trees on Court Street*
Saturday, June 22 from 2-4pm. Meet at the corner of Court and Olive if you
*Hill-to-Downtown Community Meeting*****
Date: Tuesday, June 25, 2013****
Time: 6:00 – 8:30 pm****
Location: Hill Central School, 140 DeWitt Street, New Haven****
The City of New Haven Economic Development Administration and Economic
Development Corporation invite you to the next Hill-to-Downtown community
meeting. Join us as our project team presents alternative concepts for the
future of the district based on community input from last month’s design
This meeting is free and open to the public – please help us spread the
word to your neighbors and colleagues. Spanish translation services will be
available. Light refreshments will be provided. For questions, please
contact the EDC at (203) 785-1000. We hope to see you on June 25.****
PLEASE NOTE: There is no Downtown Wooster Square Management Team tonight.
Please watch for details for our next meeting on July18th.
LiveWorkLearnPlay, the City’s preferred developer for the former Coliseum
Site, is hosting a Community Meeting at Hill Central School on June 6th at
6:30pm. Please attend to provide input and feedback on their proposed plans
for the site and to learn more about this exciting development in New
Stenciling on roadways is a fun and effective traffic-calming measure. Join
members of DWSCMT as we do creative stenciling in the Medical district on
We will begin at 8:30 am. Meet at the corner of York and Cedar streets.
Please let Abigail Roth (firstname.lastname@example.org) know if you can make it.