Understanding the Stafford Community

This page was created to help broaden understanding of potential Stafford Brownfield Sites, community needs, and assessment activities. For more information or project updates, please contact Amber Wakley, Grants & Marketing Specialist, amberw@staffordct.org, (860) 851-8102.

2012 Town of Stafford Plan of Conservation & Development (POCD)

The POCD is a blueprint for how the Town wants to develop over the next 10 – 20 years and is a guide to local decision making in areas such as natural resources preservation, economic development, housing, land use and public services.

Community Analysis Reports

Gain a broader understanding of the Stafford community through detailed data profiles and 

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2020 Housing Data Profile

Stafford Graphic Profile

Stafford Demographics and Socioeconomic Characteristics

Neighborhood classification into unique segments based not only on

demographics. but also socioeconomic characteristics.

Former Earl M. Witt Intermediate School

Located in Hyde Park, Stafford’s second high school was built in 1938 and was decommissioned by the Board of Education in 2007, after 68 years of use as a high school and an intermediate school. This action transferred responsibility for the building to the Board of Selectmen. In 1985, the building had been renamed in honor of Superintendent of Schools Earl M. Witt, who devoted 39 years to the Stafford public school system. 

Recommendations Regarding the Decommissioned Witt School 

Report 1 of the Stafford Historic Advisory Commission 

Proposal for Hyde Park and Main Street Historic District

By Stafford Historic Advisory Commission