Severe Weather Damage

September 2, 2021

Businesses and Residents, please fill out the form below to report any damages caused by the severe weather event (9/1-9/2). Providing this information will assist the City in petitioning the State of Connecticut to declare a State of Emergency to FEMA. Filling out this form does not guarantee FEMA reimbursement.

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Aug 3, 2022

Cooling Center Locations

Please be advised that due to the extreme heat forecasted for this week (Wednesday August 3rd – Friday August 5th) the locations listed below will be available as cooling centers across the City of Danbury. The weather will be closely monitored as the week progresses and adjustments to the city’s cooling strategy will be made as necessary. […]

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Jul 15, 2022

Stage 2 Drought Condition

This is Mayor Dean Esposito with an important message. The State of Connecticut has declared a Stage 2 drought condition. Residents and businesses across the state are being asked to take the following actions to conserve water: – Discontinue the irrigation of lawns and gardens– Postpone planting of any new lawns or vegetation– Minimize overall […]

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Jul 11, 2022

How is My Car Valued?

On or before the first day of October each year, the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management (OPM), in cooperation with the Connecticut Association of Assessing Officers (CAAO), recommends a schedule of motor vehicle values (i.e., specific pricing guides prepared by nationally recognized firms) pursuant to §12-71d. The recommended schedule of motor vehicle […]

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Beginning July 11th, Danbury Public Works Department will be conducting road construction on Hillside Ave, Oak St, Madison Ave, Tooley La, Thorpe St, and Thorpe St Ext.. This construction will not result in road closings, however, there is the possibility of travel restrictions during this work period. During this period there will be NO on-street parking. Construction […]

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