Historic District Regulations & Applications: Woodbury, Connecticut (CT)

The Town of Washington Historic District Commission is charged with issuing Certificates of Appropriateness relative to the towns historic district.

A permit is required for construction of new buildings or structures or remodeling or alterations of exterior features of buildings and structures, which may be viewed from a public street, way, or place. This includes, but is not limited to: roads, driveways, parking areas, curbs, sidewalks, fences, walls, dams, bridges, docks, outdoor fireplaces, tennis courts, utility structures, gazebos, swimming pools, lampposts, monuments, statuary, signs, bill posters, primary buildings, accessory buildings, and any other feature of the built environment.

If you have any questions relative to whether your proposed activity requires a Certificate of Appropriateness, please do not hesitate to contact us at (860) 354-9346 so that we may assist you. We also offer full service land use permitting where we handle the entire permitting process from beginning to end.

Woodbury Historic District Regulations
Adopted January 1988, last revised January 16, 2003, these are the Regulations which govern the Woodbury Historic District.

If you have any questions regarding the interpretation of a local land use regulation or application or you are interested in working with us on a project, contact us at (860) 354-9346. We look forward to speaking with you!

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Please note that you should always contact the Town of Woodbury to determine if the Regulations and/or application forms have recently changed.