Pending Applications

Current Applications

ApplicantStatusDetails
Special Use Re-approval – 384 Windsor Avenue (Kebab House), Limited Service Restaurant, Butt
PendingView Details
Text Amendment – Zoning Regulations Section 14.1.10K, [Ores, Petroleum, and Coal] Smelting, Refining, Distillation, and Rendering, Town of Windsor
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Text Amendment Zoning Regulations Section 3.2.3, Horizontal and Vertical Illuminance, Town of Windsor
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Text Amendment Zoning Regulations Sections 2.2, 3.3.1K, 4,4,17, 14.1.13, Electric Vehicle Charging Stations,Town of Windsor
PendingView Details
Text Amendment – Form-Based Code Sections 4.2.6, 5.4.7, 5.5.5 and 7.2, JABS Sports Management LLC./UDA
ApprovedView Details
Special Use – 1 Market Circle, Manufacturing, Zoning Regulations Section 9.6.4, 1MC Connecticut, LLC
WithdrawnView Details

Planning Department staff serve as liaisons to various commissions including the Town Planning & Zoning Commission, the Inland Wetland & Watercourses Commission, and the Historic District Commission.  Applications pending before these various commissions can be found above.  If you have questions or comments, or would like additional information about one of the applications below, please contact the appropriate commission liasion who will be happy to provide you with assistance.

 

Town Planning & Zoning Commission

 

The applications listed as "pending" will be heard at the next regular meeting of the Town Planning & Zoning Commission.  Details regarding this commission's schedule, agenda, actions, and minutes can be found here.  Questions or comments regarding applications can be forwarded to Marian Madison, Planning Secretary at (860) 285-1980 or madison@townofwindsorct.com.  Recently approved applications will appear as "approved" on the list above.  For information on how you can participate in the planning process, please visit the Citizens Guide to the Town Planning and Zoning Commission

 

Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Commission

 

The applications listed as "pending" will be heard at the next regular meeting of the Inland Wetland & Watercourses Commission. Details regarding this commission's schedule, agenda, actions, and minutes can be found here.  Questions or comments regarding these applications can be forwarded to Tom Hazel, Wetlands Agent, at (860) 285-1987 or hazel@townofwindsorct.com.  Recently approved applications will appear as "approved" on the list above.  Applications that the Commission has recently delegated to the Wetlands Agent will appear as "Delegated to Agent".

 

Historic District Commission

 

The Historic District Commission meets as applications for Certificates of Appropriateness are submitted.  The applications listed as "pending" will be heard at the next meeting of the Historic District Commission.  Details regarding this commission's schedule, agenda, actions, and minutes can be found here.  Questions or comments can be forwarded to Abby St. Peter, Assistant Town Planner, at (860) 285-1982 or stpeter@townofwindsorct.com.  Applications listed as "Approved" have recently been granted a Certificate of Appropriateness by the Commission.

 

Did You Know?

Compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs are not ideal for every use.  Unlike incandescent bulbs, whose life expectancy is determined by how many hours it takes to burn through the tungsten filament, the life of CFL bulbs is more a factor of how many times it is turned on and off than how many hours it is used. 

 

A CFL bulb that is repeatedly turned on and off will last a fraction of the time of a bulb that is turned on and stays on for hours.  When a light bulb is rarely used (e.g., in a closet or unfinished basement), any type of bulb could last your lifetime and the energy savings from such infrequent use would be minimal.  If the bulb is used frequently but for short periods (e.g., in a refrigerator or a motion activated security light), the energy and cost savings of a CFL bulb are negated by the long pay back period and the shortened lifespan of the bulb.

 

CFL bulbs are also not ideal for outdoor use in the winter, when they can take a long time to warm up to their full brightness.

 

If you replace a frequently used but still functional incandescent bulb with a CFL bulb, save the old bulb for infrequent use in a basement, closet, or spare bedroom when those bulbs need replacement.