Resources for Certification
(You can check out Upcoming Events here)
FREE Event: Sustainable CT Q&A Session for Applicants
Monday, July 30th 2018
Tuesday, July 31th 2018
Tuesday, August 7th 2018
(Time and Locations Vary)
Sustainable CT will hold application Q & A sessions. Attend any session that’s most convenient. Come with your questions, and if your application is near-complete, receive an informal review, with feedback on what to fix before submitting. Sessions are open to all but especially encouraged for municipalities that did not submit for round 1 review.
FREE Technical Support: Design and Implement a Housing Needs Assessment
The Partnership for Strong Communities will assist towns with implementing the Sustainable CT Design and Implement a Housing Needs Assessment action.
Partnership staff can be contacted to assist at (860) 244-0066
- Sean Ghio: ext. 349, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Charles Patton: ext. 311, email@example.com
- Kayleigh Pratt: ext. 360, firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, a webinar regarding this action is available for viewing. Check out past Webinars.
FREE Resource for Certification: Support to Implement Sustainable CT’s "Optimize for Equity" Action
Sustainable CT registered communities are eligible to receive up to four hours of paid consultation services from selected equity coaches to help implement the "Optimize for Equity" action in your community.
To redeem your hours, contact email@example.com or 860-465-0258. Consultant support sessions (in-person, conference call, other) must be scheduled in advance and will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis. Consulting services must be utilized by August 17, 2018.
- Al Manna Consulting
- Minority Inclusion Project
FREE Technical Support: Support Redevelopment of Brownfields
The University of the Connecticut, with the support of Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development and an array of private partners, has created a student training program. The program, called the Connecticut Brownfields Initiative (CBI), will offer free technical support for CT towns on brownfields redevelopment projects.
Student groups, mentored by faculty and industry professionals, will assist towns with implementing the Sustainable CT Support Redevelopment of Brownfield Sites action.
Eligible applicants for EPA Brownfield Assessment Grants can obtain support from CBI students to compile an application for community wide assessment grants. The deadline to apply for assistance is July 31, 2018. Apply here. For more information, please click here.