Welcome to Lordship!

Did you know? It’s a little known secret. Even some long-time residents don’t know ...


The Bluffs - the extensive acreage from the southern edge of Park Boulevard to the high water mark of the Sound, and from the western edge of Lordship Road to the western edge of Spruce Street - are owned by the residents of Lordship.


Held in a land trust by the Lordship Improvement Association (LIA), The Bluffs belong to us!


Yet maintaining the gorgeous Bluffs is only one of the many, many projects that LIA volunteers - your neighbors - accomplish all year round.

The LIA is an all-volunteer, non-profit private foundation under Connecticut State Law, and since 1924, our mission has been to ...


"... improve the quality of life for all residents of Lordship through preservation of open space, education, conservation and environmental protection initiatives designed to preserve and enhance the original quality and character of the Lordship waterfront community." (See more).

The LIA invites you to explore this website - from NEWS about upcoming and past events and projects ... to info about OUR PARKS ... our ENVIRONMENT and educational projects ... about how the LIA works ... and how YOU can lend a helping hand to preserving and maintaining the beauty and healthy environment of our community.

Ready to help right now? Great! Click ...


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