Preston is a rural town of approximately 4,700 persons, located in the Southeastern Connecticut planning region. Preston is bordered to the north by the Quinebaug River and Griswold; to the east by Griswold and North Stonington; to the south by Ledyard and to the west by the Thames River, Shetucket River, and Norwich. Preston’s land area is approximately 20,000 acres, and is predominantly undeveloped.
A Plan of Conservation and Development analyzes a town’s past, present and future development trends. Based on this information, the town sets a vision and creates short- and long-term goals to meet the vision. Pursuant to the Connecticut General Statutes (CGS), the Planning and Zoning Commission is responsible for creating and adopting the Plan. The statutes require a Commission to review and update the Plan every ten years.
- PLAN OF CONSERVATION & DEVELOPMENT
(Approved September 30, 2014)(please allow sufficient time for the file to download)
- The POCD is available on a CD and may be requested by calling 860-887-5581 x109 or x118. The CD is $5.00.
- If you are interested in purchasing a hard copy of the POCD, please contact the Planning Office at the number above.