We Need Your Input
The success of Resilient Bridgeport depends on the input of community members and stakeholders most directly affected, and whom the pilot project and strategy are designed to serve. We hope you will get involved and help find ways in which Resilient Bridgeport can make a difference for you. And don’t forget to share this website and these resources with your friends, family, and colleagues!
Get in Touch
The most important feedback we get is face to face. Please come to one of our upcoming public events, which include open houses, workshops, discussions, lectures, and tours. Learn about events, and visit and like our Resilient Bridgeport Facebook page. We share the most up-to-date information, resources, and news through social media.
Comment, Email, and Newsletter
If there is anything on this site that you have questions about, please send us a comment using the comment box at the bottom of each page. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Visit the Design Center
At a storefront in downtown Bridgeport, at 7 Middle Street, the design team holds workshops and shares developing research and ideas with the community. This space provides a physical home for the resources that are being developed, and serves as a space where the design team, local organizations, and institutions can collaborate with the community as they move forward in implementation process. Come to 7 Middle for one of our public events, and to pick up a Resilient Bridgeport broadsheet!
Access Resilient Bridgeport Resources
The design team has developed a number of resources that are publicly available. They touch upon topics ranging from climate change and historic preservation to ecology and resilience. Visit the project archive to view videos of presentations, Resilient Bridgeport broadsheets, or the Resilient Bridgeport Atlas. You can also review community comments, tour maps, and other materials from past events. Resources are also embedded throughout this site.