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’s next quarterly meeting will take place on Wednesday, September 26, 7:30 – 9:00 pm, at the Glenbrook Community Center. All candidates in the November 6 elections have been invited to introduce themselves, present a short statement, and stay afterwards to meet you and answer your questions. We will also have information about Stamford’s new list (as of July 1) of accepted recycling items, and what is no longer accepted. Bring any items (photos might be easier) that you have questions about. You’ve started taking plastic bags back to the retailer, right?
Rededication Ceremony of the Liberty Garden, created in 2002 as a memorial to 9/11 victim Sean Rooney, and expanded in 2009 to include a memorial to his widow Beverly Eckert. Beverly's sister, Margot Eckert, said she was "thrilled and full of gratitude" for the garden. The culmination of a project that began in March, 2018, on Giving Day, the annual 24-hour fundraising event supporting local nonprofits, led by Fairfield County’s Community Foundation. Volunteers led by landscape designer and GNA board member Scott McCauley have renovated the Liberty Garden, replacing the plantings and adding a new flag, flagpole light, and bronze plaque. In addition to the generosity of Giving Day donors on March 1, the project continued to attract support as word spread. GNA is grateful to those individuals, to the Glenbrook Fire Department, and to GNA business members City Carting and View Entertainment. Click here to view ceremony photos.
You can read the document's introduction, which includes an overview of Glenbrook history here.
Click here to view photos and minutes from the meeting.