Thank you for contacting the Southington Planning and Building Departments, our offices are currently closed to the public, however at this time we are still receiving permits and applications, digitally or via drop box at the front of the Municipal Center, and performing only critical residential inspections on an as needed basis. Routine inspections will be postponed until further notice. Should you have an urgent critical issue, please leave a message or email (John Smigel, Building Official at firstname.lastname@example.org) or (Rob Phillips, Planning Director at email@example.com) Thank you for your understanding.
Planning and Zoning Department
The staff of the Planning and Zoning Department provides technical assistance to the Planning and Zoning Commission, Conservation Commission/Inland Wetland Agency and Zoning Board of Appeals. The staff also answers public inquiries regarding planning, development and land use regulations. The staff of the Department interacts with the development community and reviews the various permit applications which are submitted for the land use boards and commissions consideration as well as zoning permits for new construction and additions to existing structures.
For general inquires regarding the Town's land use regulations and the land use boards and commissions, please contact the Planning and Zoning Department at (860) 276-6248.
For questions regarding the Zoning Regulations or the Zoning Board of Appeals, please contact Matthew A. Reimondo, Zoning Enforcement Officer at (860) 276-6250.
For questions regarding the Inland Wetland and Watercourses Regulations or Conservation Commission, please contact Assistant Town Planner Dave Lavallee at (860) 276-6203.
For questions regarding the Zoning and Subdivision Regulations or the Planning and Zoning Commission, please contact Robert A. Phillips, MS, MPA, AICP, Director of Planning and Community Development at (860) 276-6248.
Click here to view Land Use Development Activity Presentation to Town Council at the March 12, 2018 meeting.