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Yes. Please contact the Health Department at 203-797-4625.
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Dial 311 from a landline or 203-744-4311 from your cell phone.
Dial 311 from a landline or 203-744-4311 from your cell phone. If it's after-hours call Danbury Police Department and report your complaint to the dispatcher.
A Certificate of Apartment Occupancy is used to insure compliance with the requirements of the municipal code before moving a tenant in.
Owners or Agent.
Only during the months of June 1 through October 31.
Any deterioration of the property that could be enforced under City Municipal Code (Interior and Exterior as well as public nuisance.)
The owner, agent or occupant.
150 square feet of floor space for occupancy and 1000 square feet of floor space for each additional occupant.
A rooming house consists of 3 or more unrelated people.
The amount of time for code compliance varies based on the type of violation. Generally, 14 to 30 days for non-emergency violations. Twenty-Four hours for all emergency violations.
Yes, appeals should be addressed to the Director of Health.
The owner or agent.
It depends on the severity of the problem, but generally, extermination should be done every month.
Yes, if violations remain uncorrected, criminal penalties including substantial fines can be imposed.
The Director of Health.
Depending on the nature of the emergency, notice to correct would be sent within 24 hours.
No cellar space shall be used as a habitable room or dwelling unit.