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What is the Waterbury Neighborhood Council?


It is the belief of the Waterbury Neighborhood Council that active citizen participation and involvement in city government and the issues that affect the quality of life in Waterbury is an essential step in the preservation of our neighborhoods and the revitalization of Waterbury, Connecticut.

The Council strives to encourage citizen involvement in both neighborhood and city issues, to strengthen existing neighborhood organizations, and to foster the creation of new ones.

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  • April 20, 2018 6:15 PM | Anonymous


    Attention All Waterbury Residents And All Surrounding Cities and Towns

    Your Attendance Is Required At This Important Meeting

    Some of our concerns are:
    1) 140 garbage trucks per day times 210 days per year=29,000 garbage trucks per year with the increased pollution they bring 
    2) Odor control system-no specific existing sites have been given for us to check on effectiveness of system, chemical mixture is to be used without giving any actual ingredients 
    3) Trucks on highways facing traffic jams are likely to use neighborhood city streets to gain access to the site 
    4) Depending on only 6 statewide DEEP staff does not instill confidence of enforcement of laws and regulations 
    5) Waterbury Health Department has no odor control staff and will refer complaints to DEEP 
    6) Promises by company to do “self-audits” is depending on the fox to protect the chickens 
    7) F+G representatives told a “tall tale” about compliance with DEEP environmental justice regulations because according to DEEP staff they were not in compliance 
    8) With 3 workers killed on the job since the year 2000 if they cannot comply with OSHA why should we believe that they will follow EPA?
    9) The property has a very complicated corporate structure with 7 different LLCs which raises questions of accountability if something goes wrong 
    10) 29,000 trucks will increase wear, tear and damage on city streets with possible water pipe and street damage 

    Let’s think twice before we act to approve this project

    Waterbury Environmental Control Commission c / o City Clerk 235 Grand Street Courtyard Level Waterbury, CT 06702

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  • April 02, 2018 10:14 AM | Anonymous

    The first step to Waterbury's success is our cleanliness!


    8:30 - Meet at Sears Automotive parking lot on Union St.

    • Get bags, gloves, Crystal Rock water, and a ticket for a hot dog lunch at the Police Activity League (PAL) on 64 Division St.
    9:00-12:00 - Pick up Litter!

    12:00 - Meet at PAL Headquarters on 64 Division St. for lunch


    Thanks to PAL, Sgt. Ryan Bessette, Cpt. Daniel Lauer, David Simpson (Director of Public Works), Bart Startup (Refuse Dept.), Crystal Rock, Northeast Transportation, Brass Mill Center Management, WATR, The Republican American, The Waterbury Observer, and Dunkin' Donuts!

    The Earth Day Cleanup is presented by Mayor Neil O'Leary and your Litter Control and Beautification Commissioners.

  • October 05, 2017 7:34 AM | Anonymous
    On Novenber 2nd, the Waterbury Neighborhood Council is hosting its 18th Annual Awards Dinner at La Bella Vista, 380 Farmwood Road in Waterbury.The Council, in its 23rd year of operations is awarding seven local residents for their outstanding efforts helping Waterbury neighborhoods and their residents.


    In addition to the individual neighborhood awards, the Council is recognizing seven individuals for their outstanding efforts to help improve the Waterbury community in general. This year’s city awardees are:

    •    Fred Schnaars, retiring owner from the Town Plot IGA
    •     John Murray for his work on “The Gathering”
    •      Jeffrey Hunter of J&J Inc.
    •      Don Cullen from McDermit Performance Solutions
    •       Sarah Carabetta from 4 Act Ministry, Inc.
    •       Nancy & Joel Becker from the Torrington Supply Company
    •       Jon Schultz, President of the Waterbury Firefighters Association

    For more details about this great event and to purchase your tickets, please click on the “Events Tab” on our website.

  • September 08, 2017 2:50 PM | Anonymous

    The Waterbury Neighborhood Council has published its new website as part of an effort to maximize the use of technology in its mission of community outreach and support for the city residents and the neighborhood groups within the city of Waterbury.

    The Council has also added state of the art Association Management Software to better service its members. The program provides Event Registration with online payments, integrates with Social Media, creates Email Marketing Campaigns, and makes administering the Council's membership and daily activities easier.



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