Housing Affordability

City of Milford Affordable Housing Plan 2022

On May 2, 2022, the City of Milford has issued it's 71 page Affordable Housing Plan. In Milford approximately 45% of renters and 26% of homeowners are considered cost burdened. To not be considered cost burdened in Milford, a household must have an income of at least $56,922. The City has committed to exploring affordable housing in four areas, including: the train station area, Bridgeport Avenue area, Monroe Street area and Naugatuck Avenue. The City has also committed to a host of strategies including supporting housing education and advocacy in the community.  All In for Milford applauds the City's efforts and looks forward to further partnering with the city to help make many of the recommendations in this plan a reality!  Follow this link to read the full plan ... [ more ]

2021 Guide to Legislation Impacting Development and Land Use Procedures

July 6, 2021 - This guide summarizes legislation passed by the Connecticut General Assembly in 2021 and incorporates material prepared by Connecticut's Office of Legislative Research. As with any summarization of law, additional important details may exist in the statute that are not included herein. Please consult the original legislative language and/or an attorney for confirmation of any legal interpretation ... [ more ]

Housing in Milford: A Work in Progress

June 17, 2021 - Mayor Blake and other municipal officials are taking steps to expand housing opportunities in Milford through their participation in the creation of a regional affordable housing plan coordinated by the South Central Region Council of Governments (SCRCOG).  Milford has taken part in SCRCOG's Housing Work Group, learning about strategies and tools as it seeks to serve the changing housing needs of its residents ... [ more ]

Desegregate CT: Public Act 21-29 (aka HB 6107)

June 10, 2021 - The passage of Public Act 21-29 (aka HB 6107) will give us a fairer, stronger, cleaner Connecticut. A year and a day after we first met - thanks to our coalition, team, and supporters, & the many housing advocates that laid the groundwork over the years - Public Act 21-29 (aka HB 6107) became law! It is an important step toward a more affordable, sustainable, and economically dynamic state, and it marks the first significant update to §8-2, the State's Zoning Enabling Act, in decades ... [ more ]

Milford CT Zoning Map

March 14, 2019 - This map was produced from the City of Milford Geographic Information System. The City expressly disclaims any liability that may result from the use of this map. This map is not a survey and is subject to any changes an actual land survey discloses ... [ more ]

Milford Plan of Conservation and Development

December, 2012 - The Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) is required by Connecticut General Statutes (§ 8‐23) to be updated every ten years. Milford's last plan was adopted in September 2002. The Plan, as defined by statute, shall be "a Statement of policies, goals and standards for the physical and economic development of a municipality" that shall identify the following ... [ more ]

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