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.
GNA invited the candidates in the November 7 election for city and state offices to introduce themselves, present a short statement, and stay afterwards to meet the meeting attendees and answer questions.
Click here to view the photos.
WHEN: Wednesday, January 17, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Glenbrook Community Center, 35 Crescent Street, downstairs gym
GUEST SPEAKERS: Guest speakers are James Travers, Bureau Chief of Stamford’s Department of Transportation, Traffic & Parking; and Frank Petise, Traffic Engineer.
NOTE: Our meetings start on time and are fast paced, with loads of information and updates about the neighborhood.
SOCIAL TIME UNTIL 9 PM: As always, enjoy the social time after the meeting with our guests, visitors, neighbors, business owners, community leaders, and elected officials.
MINUTES FROM PREVIOUS MEETING: Minutes and photos from the Fall Quarterly Meeting are on the Past Events page.
A historical and architectural overview of Glenbrook can be found on the StamfordHistoricStructures.com website, an offshoot of Historic Neighborhood Preservation. The overview was written in 2017 by project historian Rachel D. Carley as part of Glenbrook’s Historical and Architectural Resources Inventory of over 150 structures, most of them residences. The survey sheets will be added in the future, but the overview can be accessed now at https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwkN1i7qKbRtZWdnRzdNcU1mRVk/view, pages 9-24. The houses surveyed are listed on pages 32-37.
GNA has launched our 19th program year's membership drive. If you have not renewed your membership – or would like to become a member for the first time – please download membership forms for individual residents ($10) or local businesses ($25). Most of our work in Glenbrook – such as the street tree program, the sidewalk planters, and the annual newsletter mailed to every 06906 address – is funded by dues and contributions.
Click here to go to the Membership page.