The Town Engineer provides technical assistance and support to various boards and commissions, including Planning and Zoning, Inland Wetlands and the Zoning Board of Appeals. The Town Engineer also works closely with the Office of the First Selectman and supports other Town departments and divisions within the Department of Public Works.
This assistance includes review of roadway and bridge design, drainage improvements, sanitary sewer installations, utilities, traffic control and property development issues. Coordination with State of Connecticut and Federal agencies, various consulting engineers, property developers, builders and the general public is provided in order to resolve potential problems prior to and during construction/development.
Other services provided by Engineering include design, technical administrative assistance and inspection for Town construction projects, coordination of Town map updating and the administration of the Town flood plain ordinance/regulatory process.
UNIVERSAL DRIVE NORTH ~ RECONSTRUCTION AND WIDENING PROJECT
The Town of North Haven in coordination with the State Department of Transportation has developed plans to reconstruct and widen Universal Drive North from Sackett Point Road to the railroad tracks near #900 Universal Drive North. The work will create an additional northbound lane. The State is funding the project through its LOTCIP program. The estimated cost is $1,315,000. For detailed plans contact the Town Engineering Office.
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Public Invited to Comment on the
Draft South Central Region Multi-Jurisdiction Hazard Mitigation Plan
(NORTH HAVEN) The South Central Regional Council of Governments (SCRCOG) invites the public to review and comment on the Draft South Central Region Multi-Jurisdiction Hazard Mitigation Plan. The purpose of this plan is to identify and assess natural hazard risks (such as flooding, winter storms, and hurricanes) and determine how to best minimize or manage those risks. Public participation is an important part of the mitigation planning process. Residents, business owners and town officials of the SCRCOG municipalities are encouraged to review the plan.
The Draft South Central Region Multi-Jurisdiction Hazard Mitigation Plan is available for public review:
April 30, 2018 – May 14, 2018
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The South Central Regional Council of Governments began updating the previous regional Hazard Mitigation Plan with the help of a consulting team led by Jamie Caplan Consulting LLC with support from Milone & MacBroom and Punchard Consulting. An Advisory Committee comprised of representatives from Bethany, Branford, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, Milford, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Orange, Wallingford, West Haven and Woodbridge.
The purpose of the South Central Region Multi-Jurisdiction Hazard Mitigation Plan Update is to provide the Region with a comprehensive examination of all natural hazards affecting the area and to provide a framework for informed decision-making regarding the selection of cost-effective mitigation actions. These mitigation actions, when implemented, will reduce the Region’s risk and vulnerability from natural hazards. The hazard mitigation plan is a prerequisite for the municipalities to apply for state and federal mitigation grant funding.
To learn more about the project or to review the plan, please visit the project webpage at http://scrcog.org/regional-planning/regional-hazard-mitigation/.
For more information and to comment on the plan:
Andrew Bevilacqua P.E.
Town Engineer, Andrew Bevilacqua P.E., email@example.com