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.
WHEN: Wednesday, March 22, 7:30 - 8:30 pm
WHERE: Glenbrook Community Center, 35 Crescent Street, lower level gym
PROGRAM TOPIC: Glenbrook’s current "hyperlocal" real estate market, explained by Linnea McManus (GNA Board Member and local realtor), as well as the history of Glenbrook’s Village Commercial District, explained by Robin Stein (former Land Use Bureau Chief).
OTHER INVITED GUESTS: Jackie Lightfield (Stamford Partnership), Christopher Ward (Glenbrook playwright), Mike Bushnell and Patrick Casicolo (owners of Lock City Brewing Co.), and Libby Carlson (Mayor’s Office, Special Assistant).
OTHER TOPICS: Glenbrook Innovation District — what is it? Traffic Lights Synchronization Project — how to participate.
TALK WITH ONE ANOTHER: After the meeting, we leave time for people to talk with one another. First timers, business members, elected officials, board members, and guests have all been introduced. Everyone is approachable and friendly!
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. If you can't join the group, you're encouraged to pick up debris in your own neighborhood. All ages, groups and organizations are welcome! Trash bags, gloves, and litter-pickers will be supplied. There will be complimentary donuts, coffee & refreshments. Look for us at the GNA tent located at the Glenbrook Train Station. Special thanks to our event sponsors: City Carting, Donut Delight & Grade-A-Market. Please click here for more details.
Let’s keep Glenbrook looking great!
Update Friday May 12th - We are still planning to meet for the clean-up rain or shine.
Sixty people attended the meeting. The program topics were Glenbrook's current "hyperlocal" real estate market, explained by Linnea McManus, GNA Board Member and local realtor and the history of Glenbrook's Village Commercial District, explained by Robin Stein, former Land Use Bureau Chief. Other invited guests included Glenbrook playwright and professor, Christopher Ward; Mike Bushnell, co-owner of Lock City Brewing Co., and Emily Provonsha, Stamford's Transportation Planner.
Sixty-five people attended the meeting, including some newcomers, elected officials and visitors. Alice Knapp, President of Ferguson Library spoke on how the library could better serve Glenbrook residents in the future.
If you’re curious about what we do as a neighborhood association in Glenbrook, this newsletter is an overview of the 2015-2016 program year.