View open jobs in the City of Stamford and get applications for open jobs. For more information on open city jobs, seasonal jobs, and promotional opportunities, visit the Human Resources Department website.
Apply for a permit for any structure, internal renovation, replacing, electrical work, plumbing work, heating and cooling work, demolishing or building. View the guide for obtaining a building permit for single family residential properties.
Access to: Application For A Special Event, Application For Showmobile (Mobile Stage), Application For Solicitors Permit, Application For Street Vendor Permit, Film Permit, Parking Meter Rental Application, Permit to Vend Permits in Parks (One-Day), and Residential On Street Handicapped Parking Space Application.
Breath of Fresh Air Asthma Program is a National Association of County and City Health Officials Best Practice award-winning free program designed to educate families and to reduce exposure to asthma triggers in the home.
The Stamford Police Department will accept complaints against employees in writing, verbal, in person, by mail, by telephone, by facsimile, electronic, or anonymous. Able to file in English and Spanish
It is Mayor Martin's personal priority that Citizen concerns or complaints be heard and handled. Your concerns or complaints about the acts of an employee or practices of City Departments allows us to evaluate both our organizations practices and the effectiveness of our employees.
Report debris removal piles that were not picked up during the established City-wide pick up. Debris that does not fit the parameters established by the City will not be picked up. A citation officer will be sent to the location.
Stamford residents with a "Dump Permit" are allowed to dump 200lbs. free per day. To obtain a permit, bring your Stamford registered passenger vehicle registration to the Scale House. If your vehicle is not registered in Stamford, a utility bill at your Stamford address is required along with the vehicle registration.
Access to the FEMA Map Service Center, the official public source for flood hazard information produced in support of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Use the MSC to find your official flood map, access a range of other flood hazard products, and take advantage of tools for better understanding flood risk.
Access to the Engineering Department's downloadable forms, including: Granite Block Waiver, House Number Information Sheet, Night/Noise Waiver Work Permit, Street Use (Obstruction) and Street Opening (Excavation) Permit, Storm Sewer Connection Waiver, Street Opening Permit Application, Instructions, and Restoration Details - (PRINTED - Bring to Engineering Dept.), Street Opening | Street Use Permit - (Online- View Permit), Street Use (Obstruction) Permit Application, and Street Use (Obstruction) Permit Fee Structure.
Access to the Environmental Protection Board's downloadable forms, including: Application for a Permit to Conduct Regulated Entertainment / Recreation (Inland Wetland and Watercourse Regulations), Bond Permit Compliance EPB, Bond Permit Compliance Planning, Bond Permit Compliance Zoning, Conservation Easement Form Planning Board, Contractor's Compliance Statement, Drainage Maintenance Agreement, and Landscape Maintenance Agreement.
Request information relating to the regulations administered by EPB. This includes inland wetland and watercourse regulations. Flood prone area regulations, coastal area management regulations, and sediment and erosion control regulations.
Submit a service request. Report a pothole, request missed garbage or recycling pickup, report an obstruction for removal, report speeding issues and light outages, report housing concerns, submit citizen feedback and claims (including filing a public health complaint), make requests to WPCA sewers, and report any violations of the City Plastic Bag Ordinance.
Request a flood zone determination. This includes flood insurance rate map (FIRM) number, date, zone designation, and elevation range (provide a detailed address and lot number to assist in the records search).
Find the day of the week for your trash pickup an recycling pickup at your address. This search applies to residential properties only (single family or multi family) at this time. It does not include condominiums.
Get a permit for the use of the pavilion at Cummings Park, the pavilion at Edward Hunt & Chestnut Hill Parks, the pavilion at Scalzi Park, Barrett Park Picnic and Park, Cove Island Park, John Boccuzzi Park Picnic, and Kosciuszko Park.
“Waivers are granted to residents in single family houses only in need of assistance for backyard collection service. We will not provide this service to multi-family units, rental apartments nor to residences with family members that are physically capable of bring waste to the curb.”
The Immunization Action Program (IAP) works with physician offices to ensure that all area children are being immunized according to schedule. The IAP coordinator can help parents find a provider for their child (if they don't have one) or refer them as needed.
The City plows the streets by prioritizing emergency routes in the downtown area (see snow plowing route). If your street has not been plowed 10 hours after a major snow storm, please submit a request here.
Appeals must be filed within 15 calendar days of the ticket issuance. When submitting an appeal, include and submit all supporting documentation: pictures, copies of permits, meter receipts, registration and repair bills; etc. Invalid reasons for ticket appeals are listed, along with a form to file an appeal.
Pay parking tickets online easily via entering a citation number. To see all open citations for your vehicle, enter your license plate number and state. You may also enter your VIN number to see all open citations.
Simple Recycling is a company that will pick up your textiles curb side. This helps the city and the planet keep textiles out of landfills. This is a private company that picks up your pink bags. You can email them at email@example.com or call them at (866) 835-5068 them for bags.
You can report any potholes within Stamford city limits. When reporting pothole, be as specific as possible (i.e. nearest street address, near the driveway, intersection of Washington Blvd and Bell St., etc.)
Access to various downloadable forms within the Department of Property Assessment, including: M59A Additional Veterans Application - State, M-65 MV Application, Motor Vehicle Address Change Request, Real Estate Address Change Request, Request For Data Mailer, SCRA Non-Resident Active Duty MV Exemption, CT Resident Active Duty MV Exemption - SITUS, Tax Exempt Organization Application and Quadrennial Renewal, and Wheelchair MV Exemption.
All emergencies should be reported by calling 911. Routine or non-emergency calls should be reported by calling 203-977-4444 or you may come to Police HQ at 805 Bedford Street. Some routine calls, such as Identity Theft or lost or stolen cell phones, require the victim to fill out forms.
Immediately report any suspected identity theft or credit card fraud to a credit reporting agency. This can be done online or by telephone. Agencies and resources are listed on the Police Department website.
Stamford CARES (Coalition for AIDS Resources, Education and Services) offers by direct service or through its community partners, access to health and support services to children, adolescents, adults and families living with HIV/AIDS in the Stamford region.
The School Readiness Council offers a grant program for private for-profit centers or non-profit centers, in public schools or a part of Head Start. Interested programs should either be currently accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) or able to earn accreditation within three years from their date of funding. School Readiness children must reside in Stamford.
Report sediment and erosion control or other quality issues from an active development. This includes tracking of sediment on public streets, absent or ill maintained erosion controls, airborne dust, spills, etc.
The Share the Fare program is for Stamford residents over the age of 62 and for disabled individuals. Share the Fare offers improved travel opportunities through a subsidized taxi program. For more information on where to purchase Share the Fare vouchers, what a Share the Fare voucher book is, how to arrange for a taxi service, how to pay the taxi driver, and a list of taxi companies participating in the Share the Fare program, visit the Social Services Department website.
When it is determined that a storm is approaching, trucks will be geared up, plows will be mounted, and plow crews will go on alert. The steps below ensure that residents are within 3 or 4 blocks of a treated roadway during the course of the storm and that complete vehicle access is available as soon as possible when the storm is over.
The Stamford Arts & Culture (SAC) Grant (Formerly known as the CAPP Grant) provides funding to support Stamford's arts and cultural institutions and enable them to pursue engaging projects and programming within the city that is open and accessible to the public.
Information on Stamford's recreational programs, leagues, and employment opportunities (including registration). Recreation Services offers comprehensive and inclusive leisure opportunities and experiences for the youth and adult population, including many diverse programs, events, and athletic leagues.
Terry Conners Ice Rink, located in beautiful Cove Island Park in Stamford, has served the skaters of Stamford and its surrounding neighbors since 1973. The Rink is owned and operated by the City of Stamford, offering affordable hockey, figure skating, and basic skills programs for all residents.
You may bring ticks to the Stamford Department of Health Laboratory to be identified and tested for the causative agents of Lyme disease (Borrelia burgdorferi), Human Granulocytic Anaplasmosis (Anaplasma phagocytophilum), and Babesiosis (Babesia microti). For additional information on Lyme Disease, visit the Health Laboratory Department website.
Report hazardous trees or nuisance vegetation situated in a regulated area. Regulated areas include wetlands, watercourses, special flood hazard areas and designated open space preserve/conservation easements.