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Alarm Hearing Officers
Any person receiving an order or notice of violation pursuant to the provisions of this chapter may contest said order or notice at a hearing before an alarm systems hearing officer.
The Commission works directly with the airport Administrator to facilitate the operation of the Danbury Municipal Airport in accordance with the Federal Aviation Agency and the statutes of the State of Connecticut and the City of Danbury.
Board of Assessment Appeals
The Board of Assessment Appeals reviews specific cases in the event of an assessment discrepancy.
Board of Education
Learn about the Board of Education.
Board of Ethics
The Board renders advisory opinions on conflicts of interest for municipal officers and employees including members of the Commissions, Boards or Authorities as to the propriety of their conduct.
Charter Revision Appeals
See the charter revisions taken by the members of the Common Council of the City of Danbury.
Civil Service Commission
The general purpose of the Civil Service Commission is to establish and maintain a uniform system based upon the merit principles.
Danbury Housing Partnership
To establish a public/private partnership to achieve quality housing for elderly, low income, disabled, and workforce families of Danbury, Connecticut through housing alternatives and to raise the economic, educational, and social levels of the residents of the City of Danbury.
Danbury Main Street Partnership
The Main Street Partnership was formed as part of a widespread approach to downtown revitalization. The board is built of members with the expertise of downtown business districts including business and property owners.
Danbury Public Schools Career Academy Task Force
This task force was created to study the Danbury Public Schools Five Year Plan.
Fair Rent Commission
The Fair Rent Commission of the City of Danbury was created for the purpose of maintaining reasonable rental rates and eliminating excessive rental charges on residential properties within the City of Danbury.
The Housing Authority of the City of Danbury is a quasi-governmental agency which was established in 1948 by enabling legislation of Federal, State and Municipal governments. It is governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners who are appointed by the Mayor. The Housing Authority operates units of low income, moderate rental, elderly housing, scattered site public housing and units of single room occupancy.
Mayor’s Airport Task Force
The purpose of the Mayor’s Danbury Airport Task Force has been to assess what Danbury Municipal Airport currently is and what it can be. This is a broadly defined task that covers many areas of interest.
The Parking Authority is operated by a director who reports to a five-member Board appointed by the Mayor. They are responsible for the operation of the Patriot Garage, a 550 car facility, the Metro North Commuter Lot, and all metered and permit parking in CityCenter Danbury.
Parking Ticket Hearing Officer
The parking ticket hearing officer(s) are appointed by the Mayor and review parking tickets through the appeal process afforded those who wish to contest a ticket received.
The Planning Commission reviews applications for subdivisions, site plans and special exceptions. There are five members and three alternates serving on the Commission.
Reapportionment Advisory Commission
The US constitution requires a census to be done every 10 years and thus Danbury ward lines have to change based upon population.
Towing Hearing Officer
The mayor shall appoint and the common council shall confirm two (2) or more parking violation hearing officers, other than policemen or persons who issue parking tickets or work in the police department, to conduct the hearings authorized by this section.
Transit District Board of Directors - HART
The Transit Board of Directors is a policy making body for the Housatonic Area Regional Transit (HART) Authority. There are nine members on the Board with two representatives appointed from Danbury.
Zoning Board of Appeals
The Board is composed of five appointees and three alternates which hear appeals to vary the Zoning Regulations based on hardships that these Regulations may impose on the citizens of Danbury.
This Commission consists of nine elected regular members and three alternates. They review applications for zone changes, amendments to the zoning regulations and special permits for location approvals for liquor permits or for the storage, sale and repair of construction equipment.