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MunicipalityCounty Notes (data reviewed May 2013)Zoning regulation weblinkTown: Percent of Housing Stock Considered Affordable,
8-30g (2011)
Number of Zones that Allow: Any ResidencesNumber of Zones that Allow: Two-Family HousingNumber of Zones that Allow: Multifamily HousingNumber of Zones that Allow: Affordable HousingNumber of Zones that Allow: Elderly HousingPercentage of Total Number of Zones Allowing for Single Family HomesPercentage of Total Number of Zones Allowing two family homes or duplexesPercentage of Total Number Zones Allowing MultifamilyPercentage of Total Number Zones Allowing For Affordable Housing for FamiliesPercentage of Total Number of Zones Allowing Elderly HousingMinimum Lot Size in Acres: Single FamilyMinimum Lot Size in Acres: Two FamilyMinimum Lot Size in Acres: Multi-familyMinimum Lot Size in Acres: Affordable HousingMinimum Lot Size in Acres: Elderly HousingMaximum Density (units per acre): Two-FamilyMaximum Density (units per acre): MultifamilyMaximum Density (units per acre): Affordable HousingMaximum Density (units per acre): Elderly HousingMinimum Floor Area in: Single FamilyMinimum Floor Area in: MultifamilySingle Family: Minimum Lot Size in AcresSingle Family: Minimum Floor Area in Square Feet Multifamily Housing Permitted?Multifamily Housing Permitted? (numerical)Multifamily Housing: Permitted 2012Multifamily Housing: Permitted in 1978Multifamily Housing: Requires Special
Permit or Approval
Multifamily Housing: Required Special Permit or Approval in 1978Multifamily Housing: # of Bedrooms Limited? (in any zones)Multifamily Housing: Maximum Number of Bedrooms per UnitMultifamily Housing: Maximum Density (units per acre)Multifamily Housing: Minimum Lot Size in AcresMultifamily Housing: Minimum Floor Area in Square FeetMultifamily Housing: Minimum Parking Spaces/UnitMultifamily Housing: Connection to sewer/water required?Multifamily Housing: Connection to public transportation required?Affordable Housing: Requires Special Permit or ApprovalAffordable Housing: Restricted to Particular ZonesAffordable Housing: Residency PreferencesAffordable Housing: Minimum Lot Size in AcresAffordable Housing: Maximum Density
(units per acre)
Affordable Housing: Income Qualifications and Percent of Housing Set Aside
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AndoverTollandhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/qx30jsqwwo81o7b/Andover_PZRegs_04-18-2011.doc3.424000175000250.91810610000.9181000No0NoYesYes
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AnsoniaNew Havenhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/kdchryz3uir26ng/Ansonia_PZRegs_06-26-2010_OCR.pdf14.561046086040600800.1720.080.080.08292943.60.172By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo290.082
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AshfordWindhamhttp://www.ashfordtownhall.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/Zoning-Regs-Current-4-08.pdf3.571110010010010000239002900By special permit1YesNoN/ANo
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AvonHartfordhttp://www.town.avon.ct.us/Public_Documents/AvonCT_ZoningRegs/index3.609860510089670560.34415553.75486000.344By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo456002.5Yes
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BarkhamstedLitchfieldhttp://barkhamsted.us/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=UjPzuh8kB4s%3d&tabid=920.88431011007525025111010147507501750By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo107502
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Beacon FallsNew Havenhttp://www.beaconfalls-ct.org/pages/BeaconFallsCT_Bcomm/BOS/TO/zoningregs.pdf1.24645026767830330.1720.2583.1429.63.828.53.370.172Allowed by right2YesNoNoN/ANo28.53.14NoNo
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BerlinHartfordhttp://library6.municode.com/default-test/home.htm?infobase=13438&doc_action=whatsnew7.201819100776505500.1650.16520.16515150.165By special permit1YesNoYesYes1522YesYes0.16515•Not less than 20 percent, nor more than 30 percent, of these units must be conveyed by deeds with restrictions that require they be sold or rented at, or below, affordable housing prices, which is those set forth by HUD.
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BethanyNew Havenhttp://www.bethany-ct.com/documents/PlanningZoning/Bethany Zoning Regulations - last revised December 17, 2010/ZONING REGULATIONS - Latest revision 12-17-10.pdf0.053001100000331.492331.492No0NoNoN/AN/APursuant to C.G.S. §8-30g
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BethelFairfieldhttp://www.bethelct.org/landuse/Zoning_Regulations_Effective-2-4-2011.pdf5.18127623100585017250.1370.1370.1370.1370.1371010138.77500.137By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo100.1377502YesYesYesYesNone0.13713Active adult communities: "at least ten percent (10%) of the total number of units as "affordable," using the criteria in CGS Section 8-30g to determine price of the unit and eligibility of the purchasers, for persons and families whose income is less than or equal to 80% of the area median income."
Mixed housing communities: "at least fifteen percent (15%) of the total number of units in the mixed housing community as "affordable," using the criteria in CGS Section 8-30g to determine price of the unit and eligibility of the purchasers, for persons and families whose income is less than or equal to 80% of the area median income provided that at least fifty percent (50%) of the affordable units must be located in the age-restricted portion of the development."
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BethlehemLitchfieldNo zoning ordinances1.52n/a-1N/AN/A
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BloomfieldHartfordhttp://bloomfieldct.org/Resources.ashx?id=c0f0f920-1af1-4a57-99b9-6c86b43f413711.381143018236270900.334001616200By special permit1YesNoYesN/ANo1601.5YesNo
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BoltonTollandWaiting for Section 7B to be approved by Office of Policy & Management (re: Inclusionary Housing Zone)http://bolton.govoffice.com/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC=%7b1CB0ACEA-27BE-4D8F-AF2D-1BF85A3F5043%7d&DE=%7b3504F845-2E95-4457-8AC4-B1F1781FA726%7d0.893220210067330670.5171.3771.6071.607448105000.31810By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo41.6075002NoNo
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BozrahNew Londonhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/nopat6bryj43lk8/Bozrah_PZRegs_02-01-2012.pdf1.89410021002500501.8371.83751.837No0NoYesN/AYes
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BranfordNew Havenhttp://www.branford-ct.gov/Reports and Documents/Branford_Zoning_Regulations_6_1_2011.pdf3.2418671777465485400051043.5643.569.689.50By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo43.5601YesNoNone59.6830% of housing units must be affordable for 40 years with at least 15% reserved for families 80% or more below the median income and 15% for families 60% or more below the median income of town or state, whichever is less.
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BridgeportFairfieldhttp://www.bridgeportct.gov/LandUseConstructionReview/Documents/Zoning 2010 Regulations.pdf18.081471010645071700.1150.1150.11532320.172By special permit1YesYesYesNoNo320.1151.5YesNone20% of allowable units must be affordable
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BridgewaterLitchfieldhttp://www.bridgewatertownhall.org/_fileCabinet/pzregulations.pdf0.234410010010025002460.50.59009002900By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo0.56900NoNo
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BristolHartfordhttp://www.bristolct.gov/DocumentCenter/View/47913.241288001004343000.1150.1380.161121265500.115Allowed by right2YesYesNoYesNo120.1615502.5NoNo
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BrookfieldFairfieldhttp://www.brookfieldct.gov/Pages/BrookfieldCT_LandUse/forms/ZoningRegs/index2.009662178676722110.161550.235882410004000.1611000By special permit1YesNoYesN/ANo8510002YesNoNone0.23Pursuant to C.G.S. §8-30g
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BrooklynWindhamhttp://www.brooklynct.org/anm/articlefiles/2814-Brooklyn Zoning Regs 7_6_11.pdf9.4388705100100880630.230.2358.717.424500.23By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes48.754502NoNo
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BurlingtonHartfordhttp://burlingtonct.us/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/PLANNING__ZONING_REGS_0504112.pdf1.5641202752550050114.754.754.367.269006501900By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo4.364.756502.5
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CanaanLitchfieldhttp://www.canaanfallsvillage.org/Adopted Regulations April, 27 2011%5b1%5d.pdf4.4953000100600000.1150.1150.115No0NoYesYes
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CanterburyWindhamhttp://www.canterburyct.org/documents/TOC ZONING 6-18-10.pdf5.29210011005050050221.3778.72No0NoYesYes
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CantonHartfordhttp://www.townofcantonct.org/filestorage/154/122/Zoning_Regulations_May_2011.pdf7.2661315100175017830.1380.16111206658166000.138816By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo616001YesNoYesNoNone16An affordable housing developoment is defined as "[a] proposed housing development (A) which is assisted housing or (B) in which not less than twenty percent of the dwelling units will be conveyed by deeds containing covenants or restrictions which shall require that such dwelling units be sold or rented at, or below, prices which will preserve the units as affordable housing, as defined in C.G.S. Section 8-39a, for persons and families whose income is less than or equal to eighty percent of the area median income [for the Hartford Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area (PMSA)], for at least thirty years after the initial occupation of the proposed development."
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ChaplinWindhamhttp://www.chaplinct.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1212&Itemid=5872.4354201100804002022228007502800By special permit1YesYesYesNoNo27502
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CheshireNew Havenhttp://www.cheshirect.org/media/12656/zoning regs ii - june 2011.pdf3.168751463886313500.4590.4590.230.230.45922420.459By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo20.232YesNoYesYesIn addition, the applicant shall present to the Commission a marketing plan reasonably designed to assure that priority in the first sale of affordable units shall be as follows (in descending order):
a) Current residents of the Town of Cheshire who have been so for at least two (2) continuous years.
b) Non-resident children of current residents as defined at (a), above.
c) Residents of the New Haven-Meriden metropolitan statistical area currently employed in the Town of Cheshire.
d) All others.
0.234Not less than 5% and not more than 20% of units in the Planned Residential Subdivision should be set aside as affordable, meaning 80% of the median income or less
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ChesterMiddlesexhttp://www.chesterct.org/depart/plan/zoning_regulations.pdf1.77531038060200600.50.5554125000.5By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes2455001.5
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ClintonMiddlesexhttp://clintonct.org/regulations.php2.161240497533033750.230.3443313.31210000.231000No0NoYesYes1.5YesYesNone313.3At least 30% of the units in a Planned Residential Development must be afforable in accordance with 8-2 and 8-30g
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ColchesterNew Londonhttp://www.colchesterct.gov/Pages/ColchesterCT_Dept/PZ/regs/zone/ZONING_REGULATIONS.pdf7.679441489444411440.3440.6890.689150.6891.147610005000.3441000By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes240.6895002YesNoYesYesNone15720% of housing units in a mixed use residential development must be rented or sold at affordable rates
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ColebrookLitchfieldhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/lwn9jfaty5hwsdn/Colebrook%20_PZRegs_06-08-2012.doc1.11322036767670100222220.50.50.50.58002800By special permit1YesNoYesN/AYes30.52NoNo20.5
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ColumbiaTollandhttp://www.columbiact.org/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC=%7B0B9A2AD2-D62E-4FAA-9B47-24CE9E932FEF%7D2.8230001100000331.1481.1481.710001.1481000No0No*NoN/AN/A
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CornwallLitchfieldhttp://www.cornwallct.org/regulations/zoning_reg.html1.796030183050017111158008001800By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes351800NoNo
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CoventryTollandhttp://www.coventryct.org/vertical/sites/%7BBAF0873E-BCC4-4141-8C0B-4A0F3C1E12CB%7D/uploads/2011_UPDATED_ZONING_REGULATIONS_I(1).pdf4.8010543390504030300.0690.1030.103240.069Allowed by right2YesYesNoYesNo20.3442NoNoNonePursuant to C.G.S. §8-30g
"Families earning 70-120 percent of the county median income, adjusted for family size, as determined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development"
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CromwellMiddlesexhttp://www.cromwellct.com/Town Departments/Planning Zoning/2011/zoning regulations 01may2011.pdf6.95937083333780890.3440.3440.1150.115121210000.3441000By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo120.1151.5NoNo
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DanburyFairfieldhttp://www.danbury-ct.gov/content/21015/21087/21123/23014/23017.aspx9.78191082753534211370.1150.1720.2580.0690.08611.611.614.5211.60.115By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo11.60.258YesNoNoNoNone0.06914.52"The income for eligible persons and families shall not exceed the area median income of the City and the period for which the affordable housing units shall be
offered for sale or rent to persons and families having incomes which do not exceed the area median income of the City shall be no less than thirty years."
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DarienFairfieldhttp://www.darienct.gov/content/104/114/558/default.aspx2.62110321820271890.222289126000.2By special permit1YesNoYesN/AYes2826002.5YesNoNoNoNone29Pursuant to C.G.S. §8-30g
"Available only to persons or families whose income is at or below 80% of the area median income for Darien, or the State median, whichever is less, as determined by the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development."
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Deep RiverMiddlesexhttp://deepriverct.us/PZ Forms/drpz-zoning-regs.pdf2.4880502750630250.6890.6890.689480.689By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo1
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DerbyNew Havenhttp://electronicvalley.org/derby/zoning/10.72103200903020000.1720.1720.91812120.172Allowed by right2YesYesNoYesNo120.9182
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DurhamMiddlesexhttp://www.townofdurhamct.org/content/16168/21152/16266/16274/default.aspx1.672220210010010001000.4594446669604600.459960By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo644602
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East GranbyHartfordhttp://www.eastgranby.net/images/pdfs/zoning/zoneRegs030596.pdf4.799221189222211110.6891010104446610806000.6891080By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo4106001YesNoYesNoNone106•No specifics were provided, except to follow the guidelines laid out in the Connecticut General Statutes.
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East HaddamMiddlesexhttp://www.easthaddam.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=trees.treePage&p=1299-114-24542.311411901937964070.250.250.255864500.5By special permit1YesNoYesN/AYes480.254501
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East HamptonMiddlesexhttp://www.easthamptonct.org/Pages/EastHamptonCT_Planning/ZoningRegTOC3.0111842573733618450.4590.9180.9180.459320860.459Allowed by right2YesYesYesNo200.918YesNoYesYesNone0.4598•15% or more of units must go to persons/families who make less than 60% of AMI or SMI.
•Otherwise, units are available for persons/families who make less than 80% AMI or SMI.
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East HartfordHartfordhttp://easthartfordct.gov/Public_Documents/EastHartfordCT_ZBA/regulations15.571356028538460150.1740.1740.1720.2311.4617.4243.5610005000.1741000By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo17.420.1725002
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East HavenNew Havenhttp://townofeasthavenct.org/planzone.shtml7.731469076443640500.1650.1150.1150.11517.4217.4217.429009000.165900By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo17.420.1159002
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East LymeNew Londonhttp://www.eltownhall.com/landuse-regulations-mainmenu-87/67-zoning/145-zoning-regulations-pdf5.8114562357364314210.230.3440.2550.230.2310202015.58004800.23800Allowed by right2YesYesNoYesNo200.2554801.5YesNoNone0.2320Pursuant to C.G.S. §8-30g
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East WindsorHartfordhttp://www.eastwindsor-ct.gov/Public_Documents/EWindsorCT_Planning/zoning_regs.pdf13.709141656114411670.4590.4594442881512489500.2751248By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo80.4599502None48C.G.S. 8-30g
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EastfordWindhamProposed regulations onlyhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/xdksakkebvodjqy/Eastford_DRAFT_PZRegs_10-06-2011.pdf2.02322001006767001.522.755005501.5500Allowed by right2YesN/ANoN/ANo2.75550
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EastonFairfieldhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/sy54021c2qe8u7o/Easton_PZRegs_05-30-2010.pdf1.622000010000000.91815000.9181500No0NoNoN/AN/A
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EllingtonTollandhttp://ellington-ct.gov/Resources.ashx?id=bcaaee1e-fb14-4a37-a531-4f38def894825.036111167171717170.5741.377510105557000.574By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo557002NoNoYesNoNone105Pursuant to C.G.S. §8-30g
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EnfieldHartfordhttp://www.enfield-ct.gov/content/91/12798/797/default.aspx12.011742039424120180.1150.1150.1150.7571.2510160.115Allowed by right2YesYesNoYesYes2100.1152YesNo
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EssexMiddlesexhttp://www.essexct.gov/departments/zoning/Zoning Regs August 2008.pdf1.479220310022220330.3441.8361.8360.9180.54557000.344By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes30.5451.8367001.5
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FairfieldFairfieldhttp://www.fairfieldct.org/zoning-regs-1.pdf2.6312464275335033170.1150.1720001010305007500.115500By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo100.237502YesNoNone030Pursuant to C.G.S. §8-30g
Units reserved as affordable for 25 years from date of initial occupancy
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FarmingtonHartfordhttp://www.farmington-ct.org/docs/planzone/Zoning_Regulations.pdf7.5417472276244112120.1380.1610.41407.2688109005000.138900By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo70.65002.3YesYesNone47•40% of housing must be affordable
•Who is eligible: "a household pays not more than 30% of its gross annual income for mortgage ... where such income is equal to or less than 80% of the regional median income for a family of four as established by [HUD] for the Hartford Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area."
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FranklinNew Londonhttp://www.franklinct.com/2.08630011005000170.9180.9182.750.918No0NoNoN/AN/A
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GlastonburyHartfordhttp://www.glasct.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=51955.511211211929217880.230.34453.53.56661110000.231000By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo351YesNoNone56•The income qualifications are to follow those provided by the CT Affordable Housing Program.
•If 20% of the units are dedicated to those who qualify for Affordable Rental Housing or Moderately Priced Housing, then the max. number of units per acre is 5; if 35% of the units go to those qualify for Affordable Rental Housing or Moderately Priced Housing, then the max. number of units per acre is 9; 50%, then the max. number of units per acre is 11, unless the units are less than 950 sq. ft., then the max. number of units per acre is 15.
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GoshenLitchfieldhttp://www.goshenct.gov/Pages/GoshenCT_Planning/pzregs/index0.42600008300000.8030.803No0NoN/AN/AN/A
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GranbyHartfordhttp://www.granby-ct.gov/Public_Documents/GranbyCT_ZoningRegs/zoning-aw/zoning_aw_toc2.871256049242500170.3440.45950.45915151510004500.6891000By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo654502.5
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GreenwichFairfieldhttp://www.greenwichct.org/Government/Departments/Planning_and_Zoning/Building_Zone_Regulations/4.8821810111003848550.0270.0690.1030.03129.0429.0432.2743.564500.034By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo29.040.1034501.6YesYesEligible moderate income families applying for moderate income dwellings shall be selected on the basis of the following categories of priority:
1) Full-time Town of Greenwich Municipal and Board of Education employees and full-time employees of not-for-profit health, education and human services agencies and other not-for-profit agencies located in the Town of Greenwich that provide essential services to the Greenwich Community.
(8/13/90)
2) Other residents of the Town of Greenwich.
3) Other persons employed in the Town of Greenwich.
4) All others
0.03132.27Pursuant to C.G.S. §8-30g
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GriswoldNew LondonJewett City includedhttp://www.griswold-ct.org/pdf/griswoldzoningregulations01152012.pdf6.2187408100100001000.9180.51.50.459444.369000.918900By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo1.52None
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GuilfordNew Havenhttp://www.ci.guilford.ct.us/pdf/planning-zoning-2-1-12 draft regs.pdf2.09261911138873424120.1150.1150.11554.5912121280.115By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo120.1151.5YesNoNone512Income 80% AMI
Must be "preserved as affordable for a substantial period of time in a manner acceptable to the Commission"
Affordable housing as defined in 8-39a
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HaddamMiddlesexhttp://www.haddam.org/reg_zoning.shtml1.06763068686430860.3440.4590.551010105000.344By special permit1YesNoYesN/AYes2100.55002
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HamdenNew Havenhttp://www.hamden.com/content/43/85/138/655/default.aspx6.57123101010100258383830.1380.1380.1380.1380.138242424246000.138By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo240.2076001YesYesNone0.20724For all multi-family housing developments with more than 5 dwellings, at least 20% of the dwellings must be affordable, priced to not exceed 30% of the annual income of a person less than or equal to 80% of the median town or state income, whichever is less
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HamptonWindhamhttp://www.hamptonct.org/documents.htm2.02220001001000000.6891.1480.689No0NoNoN/A
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HartfordHartfordhttp://planning.hartford.gov/docs/Regulations/Zoning%20Regs_Amended%20112911.pdf35.5717101300765976000.1380.1380.1383003000.138Allowed by right2YesYesYesNoNo1800.1381.25
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HartlandHartfordProposed regulations onlyhttp://www.munic.state.ct.us/HARTLAND/POCD/ProposedPZregulationchanges1-09.pdf0.7020200222By special permit1YesNoYesN/ANo2
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HarwintonLitchfieldhttp://harwinton.us/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ZONING-REGULATIONS-3-1-11.pdf1.975110410020200801.5551.53.53.59506001.5950By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes33.556002NoNo
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HebronTollandhttp://www.hebronct.com/pnd_townzoneregs.htm2.587211410029141457000084.54.54.5310900.51090By special permit1YesNoYesN/ANo4.50YesNoYesYesNone04.5C.G.S. 8-30g
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KentLitchfieldhttp://www.townofkentct.org/dokument.php?id=304.62763108686431400.230.230.230.2310.8910.890.23By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo10.890.232.5NoYesYesNone0.2310.89C.G.S. 8-30g
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KillinglyWindhamhttp://www.killingly.org/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC=%7b169F5F3F-D0FC-4865-AC4B-E02299DE3DBD%7d11.921786059238310380.230.4590.6890.2366158008000.23800By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo60.6898001.5YesNo
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GrotonNew Londonhttp://www.groton-ct.gov/depts/plandev/docs/Zoning Regulations.pdf20.412719120159075500750.1720.2750.1840.17216.116.116.10.172By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes216.10.1841.1
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KillingworthMiddlesexhttp://www.ecode360.com/6782888?all=true0.4211111100001001002222No0NoNoN/AN/AYesYesNone230% of the units must be affordable
Units to be occupied by individuals/families with income less than 80% of the state or area median income
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LebanonNew Londonhttp://www.lebanontownhall.org/commission.htm?id=k5t1124c2.5063323100505033502430.525002By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes235003YesYesNone0.5
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LedyardNew Londonhttp://www.town.ledyard.ct.us/DocumentCenter/Home/View/4043.2910850310080500300000.4595.8188508500850By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo805401YesNo
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LisbonNew Londonhttp://www.lisbonct.com/PDF/1-Zoning Regulations.pdf2.1433003100100001000.9181.60750.640.918No0NoYesN/AYes
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LitchfieldLitchfieldhttp://www.townoflitchfield.org/pages/LitchfieldCT_Land/Regs/S016F72624.581565141293403393800.4590.4590.4590.4590.4594.364.368.710.459Allowed by right2YesYesNoYesNo4.360.4591.5YesYesNone0.4594.36C.G.S. 8-30g
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LymeNew Londonhttp://townlyme.org/zoning-wetlands-regulations/0.74640041005000500.4590.9180.9180.459No0NoNoN/A
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MadisonNew Havenhttp://www.madisonct.org/planning_zoning/docs/regulations/zoning-subdivision regs.pdf1.581635217921361470.1610.4590.4590.1610.45966860.161By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes260.4592YesYesNoFamilies applying for affordable housing units shall be selected on the basis of the following categories of priority:
a) Town of Madison volunteer firemen
b) Full time Town of Madison municipal employees*
c) Full time Town of Madison Board of Education employees*
d) Other residents of Madison
e) Other persons employed full time in Madison
f) Children of Madison residents
g) All others
0.1618CGS 8-30g
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ManchesterHartfordhttp://www.townofmanchester.org/Planning/zoning/TableofContents-PDF.pdf14.40171012057159710290.1650.1650.27524.820157507000.165750By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo200.2757001.5NoNo
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MansfieldTollandhttp://www.mansfieldct.gov/filestorage/1904/1932/2036/zoning_regulations.pdf10.8714962293644314140005012.1668008000.459800By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo608002YesNoNone5Pursuant to C.G.S.
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MarlboroughHartfordhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/0jce2wxbgmqv96a/Marlborough_PZRegs_06-04-2011.pdf 1.67533018060600200.1150.1150.11512882.1786500.689By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes380.115650NoNo
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MeridenNew Havenhttp://ecode360.com/?custId=ME073714.57181113026761720110.1150.230.230.231040.115Allowed by right2YesYesNoYesNo100.232
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MiddleburyNew Havenhttp://www.middlebury-ct.org/planning_and_zoning_commission.php3.2880023750025380.4590.6890.6891.56.513000.4591300No0NoNoN/AN/AIn determining whether an applicant for an Affordable Housing Unit meets the definition of Moderate Income Household, the same factors and methods of calculations used by HUD in determining median household income for eligibility for HUD administered program shall be followed. Moderate income households applying for dwelling units shall be selected on the basis for the following categories of priority:
A. Residents of the Town of Middlebury for two (2) continuous years, whether presently or in the past ten (I 0) years.
B. Residents of the Waterbury Metropolitan Statistical Area
C. All others
Affordable housing offered to allow for an increase in the maximum density allowed
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MiddlefieldMiddlesexhttp://www.middlefieldct.org/boards-a-commissions/planning-and-zoning/regulations2.20702061000290860.50.2333.2529000.5900By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo3.250.231
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MiddletownMiddlesexhttp://www.middletownplanning.com/zoningcode/pzcodetoc.html22.261567067340470400.10.10.1101018350.1By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo180.12YesNo
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MilfordNew Havenhttp://www.ci.milford.ct.us/Public_Documents/MilfordCT_Planning/Zoning Regulations/6.08259135596365220200.1150.1150.1720.1720.1722443.569003000.115900Allowed by right2YesYesNoYesYes2.2240.1723002YesNoYesYesNone0.17243.56“Affordable Housing Unit” means housing for which persons and families pay 30% or less of their income where such income is less than or equal to the area median income for the City of Milford, as determined by the US Housing and Urban Development
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MonroeFairfieldhttp://www.monroect.org/zonereg.aspx0.806010283017033170102.55110075011100By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes22.5707502
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MontvilleNew Londonhttp://www.townofmontville.org/FormRepository/processDownload.asp?ID=38053.898221475252513500.4590.4590.230.092140.459By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo0.231.5YesYesNone14Pursuant to C.G.S §8-30g
"persons or families whose income is less than or equal to eighty percent (80%) of the area median income or the statewide median income, whichever is less"
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MorrisLitchfieldUnable to obtain regulations1.67n/a-1N/AN/A
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NaugatuckNew Havenhttp://www.naugatuck-ct.gov/filestorage/166/237/239/Copy_of_Approved_Zoning_Regs_Master_Copy_rev_12_21_10.pdf8.16145501643636070.1150.1150.238.7143.568.710.115By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes243.560.233YesNo
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New BritainHartfordhttp://www.newbritainct.gov/PDF/DeptBuilding/ZoneOrdinance20100315.pdf19.82137900855469000.1150.1380.11524.8934.857203500.115720By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo34.850.1153501.5
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New CanaanFairfieldhttp://www.newcanaan.info/filestorage/9490/293/331/12636/611/06_16_07_Zoning_Regs_-_Revised_Thru_5_1_12-_Wellness_Centers_Defined__Tiered_Parking_Retail_B_(2).pdf2.421415076473621500.1720.2750.3440.1722.929.042.97500.172By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes229.040.3447502YesNoNonePursuant to C.G.S. §8-30g
"As defined in CGS 8-39a, persons and families pay thirty per cent or less of their annual income, where such income is less than or equal to the area median income"
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New FairfieldFairfieldhttp://www.newfairfield.org/filestorage/66/512/1803/NFZoningRegs10-1-09_(3).pdf0.636220183333301711152261By special permit1YesNoYesN/ANo21
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New HartfordLitchfieldhttp://www.town.new-hartford.ct.us/media/New_Hartford_Zoning_Regulations_Adopted.pdf2.166320210050330330.230.230.230.3440.23By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo0.232YesYesNone"The rental charge for the Accessory Dwelling Unit shall not exceed thirty percent (30%) of the renter’s income, after adjustment for family size, where such income is less than or equal to eighty percent (80%) of whichever of the following medians is lesser: the median income of the area in which New Hartford is located, as the area is determined by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development; or, the median income of the State of Connecticut"
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New HavenNew Havenhttp://library.municode.com/index.aspx?clientID=19969&stateID=7&statename=Connecticut29.00141414061001001000430.1240.1240.1240.124313143.560.124Allowed by right2YesYesNoNoNo310.124
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New LondonNew Londonhttp://www.ci.new-london.ct.us/filestorage/27/55/314/zoning_regulations.pdf19.87161212129475756130.1150.1150.1152.543.5643.5627.580.115Allowed by right2YesYesNoNoNo43.560.1151YesYesNone27.5
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New MilfordLitchfieldhttp://www.newmilford.org/content/57/238/2319.aspx4.921814141129478786670000444005000400By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo405002YesYesNonePursuant to C.G.S. 8-30g
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NewingtonHartfordhttp://www.newingtonct.gov/filestorage/78/118/152/1148/TPZ_Zoning_Regulations.pdf7.018561488637513500.230.230.230.230.2317.4217.4217.4217.420.23By special permit1YesYesYesYesNo17.420.231.5YesYesNone0.2317.42•There was no breakdown as to how much housing is set aside, just that it must follow the criteria outlined in Public Act 88-338. (C.G.S. 8-2g)
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NewtownFairfieldhttp://www.newtown-ct.gov/public_documents/newtownct_zoneregs/zoning1.721255217542421780.50.50.54.51045.755.7540.5By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes35.750.5YesYes"Employees of the Town of Newtown shall be given first preference in both the rental and sale of affordable units."4.55.7530% of housing units must be affordable
Pursuant to C.G.S. §8-30g
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NorfolkLitchfieldhttp://www.norfolkct.org/TownGovernment/PZ/regs/Adopted Zoning Regulations - Effective January 1 2012.pdf3.21766001008686000.1150.1150.115415000.115By special permit1YesNoYesN/ANo10.1155002
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North BranfordNew Havenhttp://www.townofnorthbranfordct.com/documents/p_z_docs/ZONING REGULATIONS 07-18-2011.pdf2.171144184536369730.230.4590.6890.3440.234.364.365.459004000.23900By special permit1YesYesYesYesYes14.360.6894002NoNoYesYes"Moderate income households applying for dwelling units shall be selected on the basis of the following categories of priority:
a. Residents of the town of North Branford for two (2) continuous years, whether presently or in the past ten (10) years.
b. Nonresident municipal and Board of Education employees;
c. All others."
5•"An 'Affordable Housing Unit' is a dwelling unit as defined by C.G.S. Sections 8-30g and 8-39A. For the purpose of this section an affordable housing unit is
defined as one containing two or three bedrooms."
•At least 20% of units must be affordable
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