Glenbrook Neighborhood Association

This is the web site of the Glenbrook Neighborhood Association. Our association represents the interests of the residents of Glenbrook. Overall, our objectives relate to beautification and improvement of our streets and public areas.

Winter Quarterly Meeting – Wednesday, January 16

Time: 7:30 pm

Place: Glenbrook Community Center, 35 Crescent Street

Program: “All About FixIt Stamford” – Meet Josie Carpanzano, the City of Stamford staff person who has reorganized and rebranded the Citizens Service Center as FixIt Stamford. Bring any questions you have about how to make a service request, a complaint, or even a compliment about City services. Give feedback about your experiences using FixIt Stamford since its debut last summer.

We will vote to approve the minutes of our September meeting.

Also: Neighborhood updates since September’s quarterly meeting; introductions, including elected representatives and our new business member Zahra’s Corner Grill; plenty of time after the meeting for one-on-one conversations. Come see why GNA has a reputation for being friendly.

Fall 2018 Newsletter

Click here to view our Fall, 2018 newsletter.

GNA Annual Fall Clean-up, Shred & Free Tag Sale, Saturday, October 13, 9am to Noon

Glenbrook Neighbors, Supporters & Volunteers: please join us as we continue our efforts to beautify and enhance the Glenbrook neighborhood. This annual tradition brings the community together to help clean-up the downtown area. All ages, groups and organizations are welcome! Trash bags, gloves, and litter-pickers will be provided. Look for us at the GNA tent located at the Glenbrook Train Station on Crescent Street side. Donuts, coffee & refreshments will be provided. Special thanks to our event sponsors: City Carting & Recycling, On-Site Shredding, First County Bank, Donut Delight & ShopRite. Please click on the attached flyer for more details. Let’s keep Glenbrook looking great!

Historical and Architectural Resources Inventory of Glenbrook

You can read the document's introduction, which includes an overview of Glenbrook history here.