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Yes, maps are available online using Ledyard’s GIS (Geographic Information System).
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To find out if you qualify for a "free split" you will need to:
1. Obtain a "free split" form from the Planning Department.2. Hire an attorney to conduct a title search in the Town of Ledyard Land Records and issue an opinion to show that you are eligible for a "free split".3. Hire a surveyor to draw a plan that shows the original lot with the proposed new lot.4. Bring the plan to Ledge Light Health District for review. Once their requirements are met, have them sign off on the "free split" form.5. Bring the plan and application form to the Planning Department for review.6. Upon review, the Planning Department will refer your "free split" plan to the Zoning Department.7. Upon approval, the Planning Department will sign off your application and contact you.8. Once you have heard that your plan is approved, have your surveyor print a Mylar of the plan to record and file in the Ledyard Town Clerk's office.
Contact Juliet Hodge, Planning Director at (860) 464-3215. You should also look at the AdvanceCT Sites and Buildings webpage.
If you are considering moving your business to or starting a new business in Ledyard, or if you are interested in developing real estate in the town, there are tax abatement incentives that may be available to you, which are detailed in a brochure available in the Planning & Development office, or by contacting Juliet Hodge, Planning Director at (860) 464-3215.
Contact Planning & Development if you have questions about:1. Subdividing your land2. The plan of conservation and development.3. Economic development (locating a business in Ledyard or buying commercial property, etc.)
Contact Zoning if you have questions about:1. Site plan approval2. Obtaining a zoning variance3. Finding out how your property is zoned and setbacks related to your property4. Wetlands and coastal boundaries
Yes, the Town of Ledyard is a Certified Local Government. The Certified Local Government program (CLG) recognizes communities nationwide that have developed and implemented historic preservation programs that meet State and Federal requirements. Communities that have qualified as CLGs are eligible to apply for matching grants to support new or existing historic preservation programs. Contact Juliet Hodge at (860) 464-3215 for more information. Grant guidelines are available from the