The Clinton Sustainability Committee is Reaching Out to our Neighbors in Manufactured Home Parks
To Take The Survey, click here
Who are we? The Sustainability Committee is a group of residents appointed by the Town Council to review and make recommendations about ways Clinton can balance environmental protection, economic development, and social issues.
Why are we reaching out? The Committee is looking for ways to connect with Clinton residents. We are hoping to learn about experiences people are having in manufactured home parks. The survey is intended to open a door for discussion and collaboration about the things that matter most to our community.
How will your answers be used? We will use these answers to open the lines of communication between the Town and residents in manufactured home parks. Our hope is that we will be able to help residents connect with each other and to provide a basis for more open lines of communication with the Town. We will not share who provided what answers and will only share your contact information if you ask to be placed on a list for future outreach.
On August 3rd, 2023, Desegregate CT conducted their Transit Orientated Community Walk Audit. The walk met at the Clinton Train Station (10 John St. Extension).
A report of their findings will become available after August 17, 2023.
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Town of Clinton Commercial Clean Energy Agreement: How to Get Started
In 2013, the town of Clinton agreed to partner with Connecticut Green Bank’s Commercial
Property Assessed Clean Energy Program (C-PACE). The program aids in financing green
energy upgrades to all types of commercial properties; including, industrial, office, retail,
and any other non-residential building. Financing is paid through your tax bill and the cost of
the improvements is transferred with property ownership.
Read more about the C-PACE Program here: https://www.cpace.com/Building-
Get Started with the C-PACE Program here:
Let’s work together as a town to lower energy costs, increase your bottom line, and improve
Clinton’s sustainable future.
Did you know? Clinton supports homelessness prevention.
Clinton’s Human Services team can help connect people to resources and assistance, in Town and in the region. If you or someone you know is experiencing or is likely to experience homelessness, visit: Homelessness Prevention - Clinton Human Services or call 2-1-1.
Ways you can support local and regional homelessness prevention efforts:
Donate to/volunteer at Shoreline Soup Kitchens
Donate to Town of Clinton- Social Services Food Pantry
Learn more about Connecticut River Council of Government (RiverCog) Regional Housing Plan and Clinton’s Affordable Housing Plan.
WHEREAS, The Town of Clinton registered to be a participant in Sustainable CT; and
WHEREAS, Sustainable CT has nine categories within its application: inclusive and equitable community impacts, well-stewarded land and natural resources, efficient physical infrastructure and operations, vibrant and creative cultural ecosystems, dynamic and resilient planning, clean and diverse transportation systems and choices, strategic and inclusive public services, thriving local economies, and healthy, efficient, and diverse housing; and
WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Clinton wished to be certified in the Sustainable CT Program.
NOW THEREFORE, the Town Council of the Town of Clinton wishes to establish an Advisory Committee on Sustainability.
Purpose: The Advisory Committee on Sustainability shall advise and recommend to the Town Council sustainability principles to be adopted and the initiatives that will further the Town’s approved sustainability goals. The Committee shall have a goal of working toward the Town of Clinton’s certification in the Sustainable CT Program.
Charges and Responsibilities:
- Review the Sustainable CT certification application to identify and prioritize steps that should be taken. Recommend strategies to balance environmental protection, economic development, and social objectives. Recommendations should include timeframe and budget impacts.
- Assist with coordination of the Town of Clinton’s participation in Sustainable CT and serve as the Town's Sustainability Team.
- Evaluate other recycling initiatives to increase general awareness and handling of other wastes.
- Recommend actions to assist the Town in reducing the quantity of municipal solid waste disposed of at the transfer station and increase the quantity of recycled and repurposed materials.
- Assist in identifying initiatives that result in a clean, sustainable and cost-effective energy future for the Town.
- Provide reports to the Town Council every six (6) months.
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