The Connecticut Department of Transportation announced that there will be a milling and resurfacing project on Route 75 in Windsor May 19th - 20th and May 23rd - 26th during the hours of 6 AM through 5 PM.

Planning & Zoning

The TPZC is in the process of creating a state-mandated affordable housing plan.  We welcome you to review the Draft Affordable Housing Plan below and provide feedback at a public workshop, tentatively scheduled for May 17, 2022, or by email at  There will also be a formal public hearing on adoption in July 2022 but we hope to have received significant input prior to scheduling that hearing so that it can be incorporated into the final draft.



Per the most recent Governor’s order, the Commission is now able to conduct hybrid meetings, with the Commissioners, applicants, and the public able to participate either electronically or in-person according to their individual circumstances with respect to COVID19. Per town policy, masks are required for all attendees.

Notice is hereby given that this Commission will hold public hearings during its hybrid meeting on May 11, 2022 at 7:00 PM, to hear and consider the following items:

1. Subdivision – 575 Palisado Avenue, 3 lots, 8.245 acres, AA Zone, Robert Farrelly LLC

2. Special Use – 575 Palisado Avenue, Flag Lots, Section 4.5.14, AA Zone, Robert Farrelly LLC

3. Design Development Concept Plan – 109-125 Poquonock Avenue, 77 Units, 2.33 acres, B2 Zone, Blue Moon Design/Hill

4. Text Amendment – Section 13.2.9B&C, Flexibility in the planned expansion of Poquonock Center, Alford Assoc., Inc.

5. Text Amendment – Section 8.4D, 8.6Y, 9.4.1, 9.6.6, Large Distribution Facilities, TOW

Information on how to attend the meeting by phone or computer will be included on the meeting agenda posted at:

Comments received ahead of the meeting will be read into the record. Please submit comments to the email address:

Application materials are posted under the pending applications page:

For information on how to participate in a webinar as an attendee, please see the link:

By reviewing proposed developments, designing town projects, providing information on public and private developments, and administering the town’s Geographic Information System (GIS) for mapping, information retrieval, and analysis, we provide guidance and support to the Historic District Commission, the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission, and the Town Planning and Zoning Commission.

Whether you are expanding or relocating your business, developing a new residential neighborhood, or feel that you will be impacted by a proposed development, we are here to help you navigate the planning and zoning process. Even if you are just thinking of developing a project in town, come see us first and we can set up a confidential meeting with our Staff Development Team to help you better understand what will be required of you under the various planning, zoning, building, fire, engineering, and health codes so that you can make more informed decisions about your project.

We have designed this web page to be a clearinghouse for planning and zoning information, where you can get contact information; maps; regulations; application forms; procedures; agendas, legal notices, and minutes; demographic data; answers to many of your questions; and much more with a few clicks of your mouse. If you cannot find what you need, let us know and we will see if we can add it to this site in the future.