2017 Annual Report

July 24, 2017

Danbury Annual Report now available online!

As part of my goal to promote transparency of our City’s government and accessibility of information to all residents of Danbury, we have decided to publish the 2017 Annual Report online, free to residents. We made this decision to not only save your tax dollars, but to make this information easier for residents to access. For those who prefer hard copies of this report, they are available in my office on the 3rd floor of City Hall.

Thank you,

Mark D. Boughton

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