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11/19/2021 - 11.19 TOWN UPDATE
Dear Fairfielders,

As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, I've been reflecting on what I am thankful for. I have faced some personal challenges this past year, as I know many in our community have. I hope that when we sit around the Thanksgiving table with family and friends, we will all take a moment to be grateful for the community we are blessed to live in. Fairfield is filled with so many kind and generous people, who are always willing to lend a hand to help and offer kindness in so many ways.
Chairman of the Board of Finance Jim Brown just finished out 12 years of public service on the Board of Finance last week. Jim served as Vice-Chair for eight years and as Chairman for the last two. I want to personally thank Jim Brown for his dedication to our community. Jim has not only been a trusted colleague to many who serve in office, but also a friend. I hope our residents will join me in thanking Jim Brown for his service to our Town.
On Tuesday, Selectman Flynn, Selectwoman Lefkowitz, and I were invited to give our perspectives as Town leaders with the Charter Revision Commission at their meeting. I shared with the Commission members my insight, after having served as First Selectwoman for two years running a town with a population of 61,000. I hope they will take time to research these issues and find efficiencies in Town government, while maintaining checks and balances.

I encourage all our residents to take the time to read the Town Charter and participate in these meetings that will be occurring over the next year. Any recommendations put forth by the Commission will be reviewed by the Town's Board of Selectmen and will ultimately be placed on next year's November 2022 ballot for all Fairfield residents to vote on. This is democracy in action and I hope our community will engage in this process.
Charter Revision Commission Website
Fairfield Town Charter
8-30g affordable housing state statute has been a long standing issue for our community. The original goal of the statute was to increase the number of affordable homes or units in towns across Connecticut, which is a necessary and laudable goal. However, when a development is proposed under the 8-30g statute the standards of local zoning regulations do not apply, unless there is a threat to public safety or health and if that threat outweighs the need for affordable housing.

I spent many years in the state legislature, as Ranking Member of the Housing Committee, working to make meaningful amendments to this statute, but the majority in Hartford was adamantly opposed to any changes. The good news is that Fairfield is getting closer to reaching a moratorium under the statute, which would provide the Town a four year reprieve from considering 8-30g applications. 
Recently, I worked with our Director of Community and Economic Development Mark Barnhart to acquire a small, privately owned lot abutting Tunxis Hill Park. The plan is to build one or two duplexes on this property, so we can work toward the goal of increasing the Town's affordable housing stock. This is in an effort to reach the 8-30g moratorium. I'm happy to share the Board of Selectmen unanimously approved the purchase of this lot, located at 244 Greenfield Street, and the item is now headed to the Representative Town Meeting for a vote. You can read more about it 
Before the pandemic, our Town Plan and Zoning Department was in the middle of the process of updating our Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD). A lot of great ideas were shared by residents and zoning officials during the working group meetings. Using the federal ARPA money, the Town is hiring professional consultants to help us complete this plan. The elements of the Plan are defined by State Statute and the plan is required to be updated every ten years. Aside from the statutory requirements, the Plan is important for our town because it can help guide and shape the future development of our community from a land use perspective. Planning and community engagement are components that are critical to the POCD's success. An updated POCD is critical to the Town’s ability for business investment and attraction efforts. Land use policies and Town regulations are the single biggest factor of what can be built and where.
Our Town needs smart, targeted growth that fits within the character of our beautiful and historic community.
Town Clerk Betsy Browne announces the launch of the Town of Fairfield’s Fraud Alert to notify property owners of new transactions regarding their property. This is a new free tool to help property owners protect one of their most valuable assets.

With Fraud Alert you can sign up to receive alerts whenever a document such as a mortgage is recorded under your name. Documents can be viewed online at: Please remember that there may be other property owners in town that have the same name.

Betsy Browne shared that this new tool provided by IQS is an easy way for homeowners to have peace of mind, especially with the increase in scams recently. You can sign up now at :
Many of our residents have reached out with ideas on recreational activities like dog parks, ice skating rinks, and turf fields. This is your chance to come hear an overview of the process.
Monday, November 29, 2021
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM   

Fairfield Ludlowe High School - Cafeteria
785 Unquowa Road

Project Components:
  • Examine the demand (current and future) for the Town’s fields (baseball, softball, soccer, football, etc.) courts and recreation facilities.
  • Inventory and evaluate existing facilities and condition and ascertain the appropriateness of existing facilities (based on location, size vs. regulation, neighborhood concerns, parking issues, regulatory issues, etc.)
  • Determine if there is excess capacity and/or predict if there will be unmet future demand, and if the existing capacity is appropriately located.
  • Identify any required community service and recreation facilities/components that are or will be needed.
  • Develop a strategic plan for at least the next 10 years.
  • Develop costs (including design, permitting, administrative and construction), for anticipated recreation facility improvements.
  • The comprehensive town-wide Parks and Recreation Master Plan will set forth a vision that reflects the needs and priorities of the community and establish a roadmap for how that vision can be implemented over the next ten years..
To learn more about the project and how you can participate, visit the project website at:
As commuters and train riders return to Fairfield Center and Southport stations, they will see a new parking management system was implemented by the Parking Authority last year.  Permit holders no longer use hangtags; instead, their license plate is their “digital” permit.  Day parkers pay at the kiosk or on the mobile app by entering their license plate and selecting how many days they will be parking. (Payment must be made within 1 hour of entry to the lot.)  A license plate must face the aisle so that the License Plate Reader/Parking Enforcement vehicle may scan the plates as it passes through the lot. This parking management system allows permit holders to manage their account online. We are excited to see this modernization effort benefiting residents and making it easier to park in Fairfield commuter lots. 

Please visit the Parking Authority webpages for detail on permit and day parking at There is currently no waitlist. If you are interested in a permit, please email or call the Parking Authority ( or 203-256-3053)
In the weeks leading up to Veteran's Day, the Kiwanis Club of Fairfield has maintained the tradition of honoring Veterans and those men and women actively serving our country. The Field of Valor displays large American Flags along the Post Road in a beautiful and patriotic scene. This year's Field of Valor ceremony was particularly special for my family with our Uncle Peter being invited as the keynote speaker.

My uncle Peter is a 95 years old WWII Army combat Veteran that served in Normandy and at the Battle of the Bulge under General Patton. Born to Italian immigrants, Uncle Peter was 17 when he asked his mother to sign off so he could join the Army before his 18th birthday, because he felt so strongly about serving. His mother didn’t want him to sign up, but he refused to take no for an answer. I have always felt our Uncle Peter is our family's treasure, and I was proud to share him with our community.

I want to express my appreciation for the 
Kiwanis Club of Fairfield CTRichard Miller, Betsy Browne Miller, Dirk Vanderblue, Rich Parker, Fairfield Police Department, Fairfield Fire Department, Town of Fairfield DPW and everyone who volunteered to work and provide the Field of Valor, which has become a source of respect and pride in Fairfield for our nations hero’s.
The Fairfield Police Department is proud to once again be participating in “No Shave CT”, an annual fundraising and awareness effort during which participants from around the world, including many law enforcement agencies, have put down their razors to join the fight against cancer.
Police officers across Connecticut are participating this November to work with the 
Connecticut Cancer Foundation and raise money for families who are struggling financially due to a cancer diagnosis. Instead of shaving, the officers are fundraising in their department and in their community. One hundred percent of the money raised during No Shave CT will go to Connecticut cancer patients and their families to help with everyday living expenses, such as rent, mortgage, and utilities.
For the past 3 years, the Fairfield Police Department has been in the Top 10 Fundraising Teams and last year they were in the Top 5, raising over $5,300!! They are asking for your help to get us to $6,000 this year!
To donate, please visit
2021 Family Holiday Giving Program
Fairfield Social Services has kicked off its 2021 Family Holiday Giving Program to help Fairfield families in need during the holiday season. Last year more than 150 families received gift cards, generously donated by their neighbors, including individuals, businesses, faith-based and community organizations.

COVID-19 has brought many challenges from job loss to childcare expense and many worries in between. Rather than collecting wrapped gifts and toys, we are again requesting gift cards for supermarkets, gas stations, your favorite local stores and businesses, Amazon, Target, Walmart - anywhere families shop for their loved ones for the holidays. During this special, yet stressful time of year, our goal is to support with gift cards to help purchase items for their loved ones. That ability to select and purchase gifts provides our clients another level of independence in an otherwise difficult time.

On behalf of the families that receive the holiday gifts, the Town of Fairfield Department of Human and Social Services would like to thank the community for keeping all our residents in mind for the upcoming holiday season. We hope that residents will continue to support their neighbors.

If you are interested in donating or receiving holiday help, please contact Eileen Fickes, Social Worker for the Department of Human and Social Services, at 203-256-3170 or by email at for additional information. Please consider making a donation to help your neighbors. Donations are gratefully accepted during business hours 9 AM to 3:30 PM at the Bigelow Center for Senior Activities 100 Mona Terrace, Fairfield CT 06824.
On Saturday, November 27th , The Town and Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a welcome station on Sherman Green from 10AM until 2PM on Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday is a terrific opportunity to kick off the holiday season by remembering the small businesses that help make Fairfield special, and we would encourage all to ‘Shop Small’ throughout the year, but especially during this festive time of year. At the welcome station, shoppers may receive a complimentary “Shop Small” canvass shopping bag, courtesy of American Express, as well as other free goodies, while supplies last. Small Business Saturday started in 2010 as a way to celebrate and support small businesses.
On Sunday, November 28th , Santa Claus will arrive by hook-and-ladder down Reef Road at 10:00am. He will sit in the beautifully decorated gazebo on Sherman Green until approximately 2PM, as he listens to the wide-eyed holiday wishes of all the children who visit him. Santa’s elves will give each child an adorable, small plush holiday toy, sponsored by Choice Pet.

In addition to Santa, there will also be horse and wagon rides from 10AM-2PM at $1 a ticket and the Fairfield Theater Company (FTC) will be a hosting and showing a Special Family Film in their Warehouse: Home Alone. Doors open at 1:30pm and the film starts at 2:00pm. Address is 70 Sanford Street, Fairfield, CT, and admission is $5 per ticket, while they last. Holiday face painting will also be offered by a local Girl Scouts troop. 

Come out and enjoy this fun, family friendly community event to kick off the holiday season! For more information, click 
World Day of Remembrance
(WDOR) is observed annually on the third Sunday of November as a day to honor those who have been killed or injured as a result of road traffic violence. Please join us for an event of Remembrance and a memorial walk to the Mill Plain Road I-95 Northbound ramp, to honor one of Fairfield's recent victims on November 21 at 1:00PM
In celebration of 
Epilepsy Awareness Month, the Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut gathered on November 6 to celebrate around the Tree of Hope, located on the Sherman Green. Epilepsy is a brain condition that causes someone to have seizures. It affects children and adults of all demographics and is one of the most common disorders of the nervous system. Getting seizure first aid certification and spreading awareness through conversations are some of the best ways to shed light on this disease.
On Wednesday, I joined KidStrong Area Developer Joe Pedatella in celebrating the newest location for KidStrong, located within the Fairfield Woods Shopping Plaza at 2347 Black Rock Turnpike. KidStrong is a private child development training center focused on brain, physical & character development for ages walking through 11 years old. KidStrong offers a science-based curriculum that is parent-focused and taught by professionals, where each class begins and ends with “I’m strong, I’m brave, I can do this” while also emphasizing milestone achievements and affirmation.
Photography by Mike Lauterborn, HameltHub
I also had the pleasure of joining owners Jennifer Mosley and Jailen Johnson in celebrating the opening of Vibe Fairfieldlocated within the Fairfield Woods Shopping Plaza at 2377 Black Rock Turnpike. Vibe Fairfield is a healthy nutrition bar specializing in shakes and energizing teas. Each shake is made with plant based protein – 24g protein, 21 vitamins and nutrients, and is under 250 calories. In addition to shakes, the energy tea is made with green tea and aloe, which aids in digesting the protein and vitamins from the shakes; giving all around 360 degree nutritional benefits. 
Please support these two new businesses!
I hope you and your family have a lovely weekend and a Happy Thanksgiving.

Brenda L. Kupchick
Fairfield First Selectwoman
Fairfield's Positivity Rate: 1.8%
State of CT Town Rating: Yellow
Fairfield County Hospitalizations: 47
Vaccine First Dose: 75.16%
The Health Department clinic on November 11th for 5-11 year olds is currently full but there are numerous other resources for 5 to 11 year old COVID-19 vaccination including:
In addition Pediatric Healthcare Associates is currently taking 5-11 year old COVID-19 vaccination appointments and Willows Pediatrics has plans to offer them in the near future.
I also want to highlight local Fairfield residents John Merturi and John P. Salerno MD, who have been working for a company developing a drug to treat COVID and have some initial positive results. It's great to see innovation from residents right here in Town and I wish them great success. 
Read more here. 

As Fairfield comes out of the latest wave of the pandemic, testing is important now more than ever to help keep the spread of the virus low. The Health Department is urging residents to get tested if they feel unwell regardless of vaccination status. In additional to severe COVID-19 symptoms of fever, cough, and shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, COVID-19 symptoms can be mild in nature especially among the vaccinated and include sore throat, congestion/runny nose, loss of taste and smell, headache, body aches and/or fatigue.

There are many different COVID-19 testing options here in Fairfield. While the newly popular at home test may be most convenient, there can be problems with accuracy of results. The Health Department strongly recommends anyone who is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or has been exposed to an individual receive a PCR test, as that is the most reliable testing for COVID-19. 

Vaccination is the best way to protect yourself from severe illness and hospitalization. The CT Department of Public Health recommends that anyone who is unvaccinated get vaccinated as soon as possible. You can simply text your zip code to GETVAX to find a location near you.
Community Events
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Heart saver courses are designed for anyone with little or no medical training who needs a course completion for job requirements or for anyone that just wants to be prepared in the event of an emergency. This class combines classroom and practical skill training for adult, child and infant CPR and choking.

The next course is taking place on November 20 from 9AM-11PM at Fairfield Regional Fire School. Future dates include: 1/15/2022 and 4/21/2022. To register click 

For more information about classes please call 203-254-4708 or email
Young Americans too often come back from foreign wars with life-changing wounds. As we carry on with our lives, they struggle for the rest of theirs. To help ease that struggle, the Fairfield Ludlowe High School boys lacrosse program has hosted 14 Annual Sticks for Soldiers™ Thanksgiving Lacrosse Classics starting in 2006.
Help give thanks to men and women who changed their lives to protect ours on November 27 at 9:00AM. For more details click 

Join the Town of Fairfield and the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce at the 9th Annual Shop and Stroll on December 9 from 6-9PM. Participating shops will stay open late and offer an assortment of hors d’oeuvres and seasonal refreshments. Traveling carolers and musicians from local schools will fill the air with holiday cheer, and the Town will be sponsoring an ice sculpting demonstration on Sherman Green

Christmas Tree Lighting on Town Hall Green – December 3 at 7:00pm (choir begins at 6:00pm)

Echoes of Sinatra at Penfield Pavilion – December 4 at 7:00pm -

Holiday Breakfast at Fairfield Ludlowe High School – December 11 at 10:00am
On Monday, we celebrated America Recycles Day. Now, more than ever, it is important for each of us to consider how our daily actions impact our whole ecosystem. Think about small ways that you can make a difference each day at home, in the office, or at school. Visit the EPA website to learn more about what you can do!


FEMA opened two Disaster Recovery Centers in Bridgeport and Greenwich. These centers are available to help Fairfield County residents affected by Hurricane Ida. Fairfield County residents with uninsured losses from Hurricane Ida may be eligible to get certain expenses covered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). 
Click here to learn more. 

Disaster Recovery Center Information:   
Bridgeport location: Bridgeport Public Library, 925 Broad St., Bridgeport, CT, 06604 
Bridgeport location hours:  
  • Monday and Tuesday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
  • Wednesday and Thursday: Noon to 6 p.m.  
  • Friday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
  • Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  
  • Sunday: Closed 

On October 30, 2021, President Biden approved Gov. Lamont’s request to declare a major disaster for Connecticut and several counties including Fairfield County due to damage caused by Hurricane Ida. The declaration authorizes various federal disaster assistance for certain expenses which are not covered by insurance policies. By law, the assistance provided through a federal disaster declaration cannot cover losses already covered by insurance. Residents in disaster-impacted areas who have not contacted their insurance company should do so as soon as possible. Ida-affected residents can apply for assistance through:
  • Individual Assistance Programs:
  • SBA Loans      The SBA offers disaster assistance in the form of low interest loans to businesses, nonprofit organizations, homeowners, and renters located in regions affected by declared disasters. SBA also provides eligible small businesses and nonprofit organizations with working capital to help overcome the economic injury of a declared disaster.
  • Or by phone at: (800) 621-3362 | TTY: (800) 462-7585
Generally, applicants have 60 days following a disaster declaration to register for disaster assistance.
The Metropolitan Council of Governments (MetroCOG) has released a Region Trail Viewer, that includes several trails here in Fairfield. To view them, click here.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (DOT) is developing plans to rehabilitate the pavement on I-95 in the northbound and southbound directions, specifically on route 135 in Fairfield. The purpose of the project is to preserve the pavement condition. The project has an anticipated start date of Spring 2022. It is important the community shares its concerns with the Department to assist in the project's development. If anyone has any questions or comments on this project, contact Matthew R.Vail, Principal Engineer, at 860-594-3274 or by email at Please make reference to State Project No. PP173-0008
As we enter the holiday season, the police department is expecting to see more reported package thefts in Town. They encourage everyone to:
  • Use technology to track your deliveries
  • Be home when a package arrives, or if possible, have a family member or friend secure the package
  • Arrange for the delivery service not to drop off the package without a signature, if that option is offered
  • Use 'Ring,' 'Nest,' and other similar systems with audio/video capabilities as a deterrent
AARP Foundation Tax-Aide provides free tax preparation and filing services, primarily to seniors of moderate income every year at the Bigelow Center for Senior Activities.  They are looking for people to join their volunteer team. If you are interested, or just want more information, please contact the AARP district coordinator, Mr. Steve Archer at 203-258-7343 or visit

The Town of Fairfield provides 4 weeks of leaf collection for all neighborhoods outside of Greenfield Hill. 

There is no specific pickup day for a particular street or neighborhood. Bags must be curbside by 6:00 a.m. on Mondays to assure pickup during that week. Bags placed outside of the Town right-of-way will NOT be picked up.

Greenfield Hill residents may enter a 
service request (select "Leaf Collection Request (Greenfield Hill)") or call the Town Garage at 203-256-3177.

More Information on Leaf Pickup
Service Request
The hardest part to getting help is reaching out. We are here to help. Please call us at 203-256-3170 Monday through Friday between 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM for more information or to schedule an appointment.

For more additional information and resources, social services offers a comprehensive newsletter with various programs addressing career development, service members, and housing here.
The Library welcomes our new Town Librarian, Scott Jarzombek!
The Fairfield Public Main Library building is open Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9am - 5pm and Tuesday & Thursday 9am – 7pm. Woods Branch Library is open Monday & Wednesday 9am - 7pm and Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9am – 5pm. Both Main and Woods are open Saturdays 1pm – 5pm.  Both Main Library and Fairfield Woods Branch are now open on Sundays from 1-5pm.  Both libraries will be closed on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 25 & 26, for the Thanksgiving holiday.

The public is invited to shop The Friends of Fairfield Public Library’s Annual Book Sale at Main Library, going on Friday, Nov. 19 – Sunday, Nov. 21.  Nearly 10,000 books and DVDs for all ages will be available for purchase, and all proceeds support Fairfield Public Library.  Please stop by and check out the selection on Friday from 10-4, Saturday from 1-4, and Sunday from 1-4.  

Beginning Monday, Nov. 22, the Children’s Department at Main Library will be closed for renovation of its Early Literacy Area. Patrons are advised to place holds on desired materials; please call the Children’s Room (203-256-3161) for additional assistance.  Fairfield Woods Branch Library Children’s Room will remain open for browsing.  As per the CDC, masks are required for all unvaccinated individuals aged 2 and older, and recommended for others at all indoor spaces. Social distancing is advised.

The Library continues to offer a mix of in-person and virtual programming at both locations for children, teens and adults.  Please view our online calendar of events on our website ( to see the offerings and reserve your spot!

Study Rooms are now available for use by persons 16 years and up at both libraries.  There are 10 study rooms (5 new!) for use at Main Library and 2 for use at Fairfield Woods Branch.  For more information or to make a study room reservation, call (203) 256-3160 (Main) or (203) 255-7308 (Branch).
The Bruce S. Kershner Art Gallery at the Main Library has reopened!  The current exhibit is “Behind the Scenes: Art by the Curators,” which will run through November 27th during regular Library hours.
Fairfield Public Library continues to offer 24/7 access to its digital collection of books, music, magazines, movies and databases.  Information services are available in person, by phone (203- 256-3160), by email at, and via text messaging (text askfplct to 833-232-4100).
Pequot Library: We're Here, We Care  We are open for browsing! Visit Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., and Sunday Noon - 4 p.m. Drop in during browsing hours to check out items from our circulating selection, see our latest exhibit in the Perkin Gallery, or view treasures from our Special Collections.
Now on view: Magic, Mayhem, & Maturity: The Growth of Youth Fantasy Literature

Drawing on materials from the Children’s Historical Collection and the modern circulating collection, this exhibition examines the emergence and evolution of youth fantasy literature. Oftentimes, stories from this genre use magic as a metaphor for the turbulent transition from childhood to adulthood. Spanning fairy tales to 19th century works like Alice in Wonderland and The Wizard of Oz to more modern stories like Harry PotterChildren of Blood and Bone and The Gilded Ones, this exhibition further explores how these stories have evolved to tackle this transition in a more frank manner and, significantly, to embrace all voices.
Coming up in December:
12/8 - Meet the Author: Alexander Lobrano (In-Person)
12/10 - Holiday Caroling Party on the Great Lawn
12/18 - GCTYO Chamber Music Concert
For more programming, visit
Get details on our 
website and social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitter, and YouTube. Sign up for Pequot Library's Digital Digest eNewsletter or contact our Chief Librarian for personalized book recommendations.

Pollinator Pathway is a project that has been adopted by over 250 towns and cities to establish pollinator-friendly habitats and food sources for insects and wildlife by focusing on planting natives, avoiding pesticides and rethinking lawns. The Fairfield Board of Selectmen passed the Fairfield Pollinator Pathway Resolution at our June 21st meeting.

You may have seen the Pollinator Pathway signs popping up across town. I am proud to be on the Pollinator Pathway and hope you will join me. We want to spread the word about our Pollineighbor program which highlights pollinator gardens in Fairfielder’s yards. Are you interested in helping someone get started on their pollinator pathway garden? Are you interested in starting a pollinator garden and aren’t sure how to get started? Please get in touch and we’ll play matchmaker - or (203) 701-8342.

We’re launching the Plant a Native Tree in Your Yard with our 
Right Tree Right Place brochure to spread the word about the Pollinator Pathway and bring the community together. Our local nurseries in town are excited to promote the pollinator pathway by selling natives. Did you know that the fall is the best time to plant because it gives your plants the most time to acclimate to their new home?

For more information please visit the Town of Fairfield’s Fairfield Forestry 

Struggling to make ends meet?
Reminder: Operation Hope’s Food Pantry is here to serve all Fairfield residents. We are open at 636 Old Post Road Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 to 12:00 and Thursday from 4:00 to 6:00. Please let them help you with groceries and other basic necessities!
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If you were previously registered with us on the CodeRed system, you must sign-up again by following the instructions belowin order to continue receiving Emergency and Community alerts from the Town of Fairfield.

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