MASTER PLAN OF CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT
A City’s Master Plan of Conservation and Development is a guiding document that establishes a vision for growth and determines strategies to achieve that vision. The Master Plan examines how economic development, housing, transportation, infrastructure, sustainability, public health, and the environment interact throughout Bridgeport.
The Master Plan of Conservation and Development allows for coordinated development that will protect and enhance the general welfare and prosperity of Bridgeport's residents, it's environment and amenities, and overall livability.
Draft Master Plan
A draft of Plan Bridgeport, the decennial update to the City’s Master Plan of Conservation and Development, is now available for public review.
The Planning and Zoning Commission (PZC) will hold public hearings on both March 25, 2019 and April 22, 2019. All members of the public are welcome to share comments about Plan Bridgeport at these public hearings. For more information, please visit the Planning and Zoning Commission website.
Please visit the Bridgeport Planning Department website for a Plan Bridgeport public hearing and adoption schedule.