Linzquist Landscaping 54 Pembroke Rd, Danbury, CT06811 Linzquist Landscaping is a landscaping business servicing residential and commercial clients in the town of Danbury and…More surrounding communities. Linzquist Landscaping offers other services as well, such as snow removal, and lawn and parking lot maintenance. For more information call the number provided.
MCJ Discount Liquors 85 Liberty St, Danbury, CT06810 This busy neighborhood liquor stores serves the Latino community in Danbury in the Liberty Street/Town Hill section near…More Main Street. MCJ has been at this location for many years and features a wide variety of cold beer and wine. Parking in the area is limited and the three spaces by MCJ are generally occupied by customers coming and going.
A&P + Pharmacy 35 Main St, Danbury, CT06810 A modern grocery store on the south end of Danbury, This A&P is one of two stores in town and is smaller than the…More one on the north side. The store is well-lit with substantial parking. Fresh produce, fruit, dairy, meat, bread and other groceries are available. You can access "bonus savings" by signing up for a Club Card.
Newtown Savings Bank 30 Main St, Danbury, CT06810 The Newtown Savings Bank in Danbury is located on Main Street in the Executive Towers. It is a large building…More offering a free parking lot with easy entrance and exit. The staff are friendly and helpful and able to give the bank a small-town feel, even in such a large building. Newtown Savings Bank has 14 locations in Connecticut.
Candlewood Town Park 36 Hayestown Rd, Danbury, CT06811 The town's main swimming area on Candlewood Lake has 200 yards of beachfront sand and a neighboring boat launch.…More Visitors also have access to picnic tables, a concession stand, a slide and a playscape.
Situated near Candlewood Town Park, Hatters Park offers active recreation providing a bowling alley, three softball…More fields and a playground. The 36-acre park includes a picnic pavillion and a pond. The park is named after the city's historic hat industry that flourished into the mid-1900s. For information about using the softball fields, the picnic pavillion or the banquet hall, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 1-203-797-4632.</p>
The department assists the Planning Commission and the Zoning Commission by reviewing all requests for site plans,…More subdivisions and other developments, including zoning amendments and the rezoning of land. The department is also working on long-range planning projects, including downtown revitalization, zoning amendments to promote historic preservation and amendments to improve parking.</p>
<p>All current zoning and subdivision regulations are available to the public on the city's website under the Planning and Zoning Department entry. The long-term goal of the Planning and Zoning Department is to preserve and protect Danbury neighborhoods by monitoring development in accordance with the city's Town Plan of Development.</p>