Connecticut Coastal Access Guide to Bridgeport, Connecticut
This resource identifies public boat launch locations, restroom facilities, and other features of Long Island Sound Access in Bridgeport.
Use the guide to identify sites open to the public for boating, swimming, fishing, hiking and other outdoor activities. Use the signs and the map and detailed driving directions in the Coastal Access Guide to find your way to hundreds of coastal access sights. For questions, comments or additional information about the Connecticut Coastal Access Guide, please contact the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Long Island Sound Programs, 79 Elm Street, Hartford Connecticut, 06106-5127. Telephone: (860) 424-3034. Email: email@example.com.
Long Island Sound Resource Center
The Resource Center was established in 1988 as a central clearinghouse for information and data related to the Sound. This web site is an ongoing project to provide access to data and information about the Sound.Visitors can learn about scientific research, access data, view interactive maps, search literature related to the Sound, browse a directory of organizations and information sources, or look for locations to access the Sound.
CT Monuments.net provides posts describing historical monuments and sites in Connecticut (mostly). We roam from Thompson to Salisbury, and from Greenwich to Stonington, to examine the events, sacrifices and heroism that Connecticut residents have chosen to commemorate.We look at monuments, plaques, battlefields and other landmarks to highlight the historical and artistic significance of the monuments on our town greens and noteworthy buildings.
Pequonnock River Initiative
This initiative was formed in partnership between the City of Bridgeport and the towns of Monroe and Trumbull in 2010 with the goal of creating a watershed plan for the Pequonnock River. Previously, land use and development around the river had not been addressed with a sustainable approach which had led to declines in water quality.