This is the web site of the Glenbrook Neighborhood Association. Our association represents the interests of the residents of Glenbrook. Overall, our objectives relate to beautification and improvement of our streets and public areas.
WHEN: Wednesday, September 17, 7:30 – 9:00 p.m.
WHERE: Glenbrook Community Center, 35 Crescent Street, downstairs gym
SPECIAL GUEST: Ernie Orgera, Director of Operations for the City of Stamford, will tell us about Stamford Street Smart, the new effort to improve pedestrian, bicycle, and traffic safety throughout the city. We will tell him the Glenbrook trouble spots we are aware of as residents. We will also debrief with Ernie about the Crescent Street project and ask how to advocate for more streetscape projects in Glenbrook.
ALSO: Candidates in the November elections for local and state offices have been invited. We will have a progress report on the Historic Resources Survey and news about the final public meeting for Transit Oriented Development study
SOCIAL TIME: As always, enjoy the social time after the meeting with our guests, neighbors, business members/owners, community leaders, and elected officials.
Minutes from the 15th Annual Meeting in June are here.
The Neighborhood News was sent in September to every residential and business address in 06906! Read it and find out what made our 15th year a "banner year" for GNA.
We appreciate the response so far to this year’s membership drive, and we encourage all residential and business members to renew their support for the current program year. Dues and contributions are GNA’s only source of income. New members are welcome! Membership forms for residences and businesses are available below:
Click here for a resident membership application form.
Click here for a business membership application form.
GNA’s 15th annual meeting will take place on Wednesday, June 18, at 7:30 pm, in the gym at Glenbrook Community Center, 35 Crescent Street. It is important to arrive early to check in as a voting member. After the business meeting, a program will be presented by Wesley Haynes, Executive Director of Historic Neighborhood Preservation. We will learn what is involved in the Historic Resources Survey, a State of Connecticut grant program that GNA is considering applying for.
At the GNA meeting in March, the program was a presentation about Crescent Street by City Engineer Lou Casolo. Lou and Clerk of the Works, Anthony Carolluzzi reviewed the improvements to be made during the 3-month long project.
Click here for the March meeting minutes.
Our consultants from Goody Clancy will hold their third and final Glenbrook public meeting in May or June. Check back here later or visit their excellent website for all the background and progress to date: www.glenbrookspringdaletod.org.