Storm Damage

May 22, 2018

The City of Danbury has submitted your assessment forms to the State of CT. This is the first step towards applying for FEMA Aid.

 

We are also asking residents to please NOT move brush and debris from your property into the road.

Our Public Works Department has been working hard to keep roads clear and safe for all residents. If you have debris on your property, you may be able to take it to Ferris Mulch. Contact them by calling 203-790-1155 or visiting http://ferrismulchproducts.com/

 

 

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