Holiday Drives 2019

November 21, 2019

In the spirit of the holidays, the City of Danbury is hosting two donation drives with the Salvation Army.


The City of Danbury Firefighter’s Union Local 801 is again collecting canned and non-perishable foods for the annual food drive to benefit the Salvation Army’s holiday basket program and food pantry.Donations may be dropped off at the following DFD career stations:

Headquarters – 19 New St.
Engine 23 – 208 Osborne St.
Engine 24 – 36 Eagle Rd. (Commerce Park)
Engine 25 – 171 South King St.
Engine 26 – 75 Kenosia Ave Ext
Fire Marshal’s Office – 1st floor, City Hall
Sikorsky Federal Credit Union, 345 Main St.
Donations will be accepted from Nov. 22 to Dec. 23, 2019.

Please contact Lt. Chip Daly at Fire Headquarters at (203) 796-1550 or cell # (203) 470-5979 with any questions that you may have.
Thank you in advance for your continued support.


There is a donation box in the lobby at Danbury City Hall that is collecting new, unwrapped toys to benefit local boys & girls ages 10-12.

Suggested items:

Legos, arts & crafts, age appropriate books and games, jewely making gifts, sports gear, educational kits, etc.

The box will be in the City Hall lobby until Dec 5th.

Mayor Boughton wishes everyone a Happy Holiday and a joyous New Year!

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