In order to maintain the health and safety of our staff and visitors, City Hall is open by appointment only. You are required to make an appointment in order to enter City Hall. Appointments will be available between 10am and 4pm. Please use this website to search for the department you wish to reach and call to book an appointment.
New Cases of COVID-19 in the City of Danbury
Please take preventative measures. Wear a mask. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands frequently.
We are currently deemed to be in the RED zone by the State of CT. Learn more.
Danbury Library is excited to announce that beginning on Monday, March 22 current patron services will include in-person
browsing. The Main Floor and newly renovated Junior Library will fully reopen for browsing with no appointment required. The Music, Movies, and Language Center will also be accessible to the public for browsing.
Computer Lab appointments will remain limited to one hour per patron per day. Patrons who wish to schedule an appointment for computer use or printing services may do so online by visiting https://danburylibrary.org/appointments or by calling (203) 797-4505. Faxing services are not available at this time. The Library’s Technology Center will remain closed to the public
until further notice.
Curbside Pickup will remain available during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 10AM - 6PM. Patrons may browse and request materials through Danbury Library’s online catalog or by calling (203) 797-4505 ext. 7707. When the requested materials are available, patrons will receive a phone call or email from Library staff informing them that materials are
ready to be picked up.
For the safety of our community, all staff and visitors to Danbury Library are required to wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth and practice social distancing while inside the building. Unfortunately, public restrooms, meeting space, study pods, and sitting areas are not available at this time.
As an essential city asset, the Danbury Library is committed to being a welcoming destination, responsive to the needs of our city’s diverse community, and a source of inspiration through words and ideas.Danbury Library
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Danbury Police Department
We would like to extend our deepest thanks and gratitude to the Greater Danbury Community for their extraordinary response and support while we navigate this COVID-19 pandemic.
Until further notice, the following modifications to service delivery are in effect:
Non-Emergency Police Complaints:
o Please meet officers outside if possible
o Officers will maintain social distancing whenever possible
o Officers may handle certain types of call by telephone when possible
Police Records Requests:
Due to covid-19 conditions in the city and state we are limiting contact with the public within the Police Department. Our Records Division will only be open to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10AM-2PM until further notice. To accommodate anyone who needs a police report, or other documentation from our Records Division, you can email us at: [email protected]
Medical Assistance Calls:
o EMS Personnel in proper gear will be primary responders
o Unless there are exigent circumstances, police personnel will remain outside until cleared to enter by EMS
The following service suspensions are in effect until further notice:
o Child Car Seat Installations
o Tours of Police Headquarters
o Police Explorers
o Citizens Police Academy
o Use of the community room
Even with these temporary modifications, please rest assured that the Danbury Police Department will continue to provide dedicated and professional police services in an effort to ensure the safety and well-being of everyone within our jurisdiction.
Again, thank you all for your support. Working together, we will successfully get through these difficult times.
Danbury Probate Court
The Danbury Probate Court is closed to the public, however you may call during business hours (7:30am - 5:30pm) or leave a message on the Court voicemail at 203-797-4521 Monday through Thursday, and a clerk will get back to you as soon as possible. E-filing is continuing as usual. Nonessential hearings will happen by phone or be postponed. The Court is conducting emergency hearings as needed.
Danbury Senior Center
Senior Center staff are available to assist by phone, 203-797-4686.Visit the Danbury Senior Center Webpage