Four Shore Coastal Resiliency
The four coastal communities of Clinton, Westbrook, Old Saybrook, and Fenwick are working together to develop a regional Coastal Resiliency Plan. This Plan will result in a comprehensive understanding of risks associated with sea level rise, a shared vision for the future, and the identification of strategies and projects to reduce risk and build community resilience.
To learn more about the development of the Coastal Resilience Plan, including the project schedule, please visit the About page. Visit the Get Involved page to map community assets, issues, and opportunities on the Interactive Map and also share how flooding and erosion have impacted you.
Coastal resilience is the ability of a community -- including the natural, social, economic, and infrastructure systems that define and support it -- to resist, absorb, recover from, and adapt to the effects of a natural hazard (e.g., sea level rise) in a timely and efficient manner, including through the preservation and restoration of essential structures and functions that provide a high quality of life for all residents and visitors.
To learn more about coastal resilience, please check out the Resilience Library.
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Share your insights and ideas!
Please use the interactive map to help the project team identify community assets (e.g., places that provide important services or make your community unique), issues related to flooding or other coastal hazards, and future opportunities to reduce flood risk and increase community resilience.