Town of New Canaan, CT
Fairfield County
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Table of Contents
Notes
An annotation
Created: 2011-10-03|Updated: 2016-04-22

The current Zoning Regulations and Zoning Map are available at the Planning and Zoning Office. They may also be accessed under the New Laws tab or online at http://www.newcanaan.info/content/9490/293/331/2626.aspx.

An annotation
Created: 2011-10-04
SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS

 

    [The Subdivision Regulations previously published as Chapter 55 of the Town Code (Page 5501 through 5540] have been repealed as of   December 2, 2008 and replaced with revised Subdivision Regulations. Copies of the new Subdivision Regulations are available at the

Planning and Zoning Office  Or may be viewed at http://www.newcanaan.info/filestorage/9490/293/331/12636/6639/plan_zone_subdivision_regulations.pdf].

 

An annotation
Created: 2011-10-07
[Amended July 20, 2011 effective August 5, 2011]
B.  Domestic Animals. Dogs are regulated by Code Sec 6-8. As provided in Sec. 6-8, dogs must be leashed in all public parks except in a dog run established by the Town. The Park & Recreation Commission is hereby authorized to adopt regulations concerning the use of any dog run established by the Town in a public park, e.g., Spencer's Run in Waveny Park. Any violation of such regulations may be enforced by infractions issued by any police officer or Animal Control Officer. Any person violating such regulations may be fined up to $250 for each offense, and for a subsequent offense may be fined the maximum amount allowed for infractions as set forth in the Connecticut Superior Court infractions schedules.
Please note Sec 57.17 FEE ON DELINQUENT MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES LOCATED AT BEGINNING OF CHAPTER 57
Created: 2011-10-28
Sec. 57.17 FEE ON DELINQUENT MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES
Created: 2011-10-28

[Approved 10/19/11 enacted 11/4/11]
 
57-17   Fee on delinquent motor vehicle taxes.  

 

Pursuant to Connecticut General Statutes § 7-148 and § 12-166, the Tax Collector shall, in addition to all interest, charges, fees, and penalties otherwise provided by law, add and collect the following fee which shall be enforceable in any manner allowed by law for the collection of delinquent taxes, and shall be included within any lien securing such tax, and shall be paid before such tax is deemed to have been satisfied:

 

1. Three dollars on each motor vehicle tax bill that remains delinquent for two months after the due date. Motor vehicle taxes that are due on July 1 shall be increased by the amount of this fee if the taxes are still delinquent on September 1, and motor vehicle taxes that are due on January 1 shall be increased by the amount of this fee if the taxes are still delinquent on March 1. The Board of Selectmen shall adjust this fee in the same manner as other fees under Chapter 2 of the Town Code, so that the amount of the fee is sufficient to offset related charges from the Department of Motor Vehicles and related administrative expenses incurred by the office of the Tax Collector.

Part I: Administrative Legislation

Chapter 1 General Provisions

Chapter 7 Boards, Councils, Commissions and Committees

Chapter 19 Elections

Chapter 24 Emergency Management

Chapter 28 Enforcement Procedures

Chapter 33 Ethics, Code of

Chapter 67 Personnel Policies

Chapter 72 Police Services

Chapter 77 Property, Sale of

Part II: General Legislation

Chapter 100 Alarm Devices

Chapter 104 Amusements

Chapter 108 Animals and Fowl

Chapter 119 Blight Abatement and Prevention

Chapter 125 Building Construction

Chapter 130 Buildings, Numbering of

Chapter 135 Buildings, Demolition of

Chapter 146 Explosives

Chapter 150 Fallout Shelters

Chapter 154 Fees

Chapter 158 Firearms

Chapter 162 Fire Prevention

Chapter 170 Hair and Beauty Shops

Chapter 174 Health and Sanitation

Chapter 186 Housing Code

Chapter 193 Inland Wetlands and Watercourses

Chapter 211 Newsracks

Chapter 216 Noise

Chapter 222 Nuisances

Chapter 227 Parks

Chapter 231 Peace and Good Order

Chapter 235 Peddlers and Itinerant Vendors

Chapter 240 Picketing

Chapter 249 Sales

Chapter 254 Sewers and Sewage Disposal

Chapter 260 Solid Waste

Chapter 265 Stormwater Management

Chapter 269 Streets and Sidewalks

Chapter 277 Taxation

Chapter 285 Vehicles and Traffic

Chapter 291 Water

Regulations

Chapter 300 Floodplain Management Regulations

Chapter 305 Historic District Regulations

Chapter 310 Inland Wetlands Regulations

Chapter 330 Subdivision Regulations

Chapter 350 Zoning Regulations

Derivation Table

Chapter DT Derivation Table

Disposition List

Chapter DL Disposition List