Town of New Canaan, CT
Fairfield County
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  1. § 108-7 Disposal of dead animals.
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    The carcass of any dead animal not killed for food shall be removed and disposed of within 24 hours after death by the owner thereof or if the owner cannot be found then by the Board of Selectmen or their agent by burial, incineration or other method approved by the Director of Health.
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  2. § 108-3 Animals not to be noisy.
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    It shall be unlawful for any person to keep any dog or other animal which habitually makes such noise at night as to disturb persons residing in the neighborhood thereof.
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  3. § 108-1 Maintenance of animals and fowl.
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    No person shall keep or maintain horses, cattle, swine, goats, fowl, pigeons, nor any other animals or fowl, in such a manner as may, in the opinion of the Director of Health, constitute a threat to public health.
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  4. § 108-4 Animals not to run at large.
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    ... poultry, or other livestock animal, excluding dogs (which are ... and cats, shall abandon such animal or allow such animal to roam at large upon the ... or custodian, or allow such animal to roam at large on any ... fined no less than $75 per animal or occurrence and no more ...
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  5. 119-2{6} GARBAGE
    Putrescible animal and vegetable waste resulting from the handling, preparation, cooking and consumption of food or the keeping of pets or other animals.
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  6. 119-2{14} REFUSE
    All putrescible and nonputrescible solids (except body wastes), including but not limited to garbage, rubbish, ashes, dead animals, excrement from pets or other animals.
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  7. 260-13{7} REFUSE
    All putrescible and nonputrescible solids (except body wastes), including but not limited to garbage, rubbish, ashes, dead animals, excrement from pets or other animals.
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  8. 108-9A{1} ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER
    Any person employed or appointed by the Town of New Canaan who is authorized to investigate and enforce violations relating to animal control or cruelty under the provisions of this ordinance or state laws.
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  9. 108-9A{5} IMPOUNDMENT
    The taking or picking up and confining of a dog by any police officer or Animal Control Officer.
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  10. § 227-3 Protection of wildlife.
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    No person shall hunt, kill, trap, wound, frighten or capture any bird or animal in any park.
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  11. 260-2{6} GLASS FOOD AND BEVERAGE CONTAINER
    A glass bottle or jar of any size or shape used to package food or beverage products suitable for human or animal consumption.
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  12. § 108-5 Location of housing facilities restricted.
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    No animal named in § 108-1 of this code shall be housed or maintained on marshy ... or any inhabited house other than that of the owner or keeper of such animals, without the written approval of the Director of Health.
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  13. Ch 108 Animals and Fowl
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    [HISTORY: Adopted by the New Canaan Board of Selectmen 7-11-1957 ; effective 9-15-1957 (Ch. 6 of the 1965 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
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  14. § 108-6 Restraint upon complaint required.
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    ... makes complaint to the Chief of Police that any animal owned or harbored in the Town is a nuisance or is ... or guardian of a minor owner or keeper of such animal, after proper warning by the Chief of Police, to fail to restrain or control such animal.
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  15. 108-9A{7} MUZZLE
    A device, as of straps or metal, that can be safely and securely fastened over the mouth of a dog to prevent the dog from biting any person or other animal.
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  16. 260-2{10} METAL FOOD AND BEVERAGE CONTAINER
    An aluminum, bimetal, steel, tin-plated steel or other metallic can, plate or tray of any size or shape used to package food or beverage products suitable for human or animal consumption.
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  17. 260-13{3} GARBAGE
    All waste, animal, fish, fowl, fruit, vegetable matter or other waste, produced from or resulting from the use and storage of food for human consumption and includes spoiled food and soiled paper.
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  18. § 162-6 Obstructing use of hydrants prohibited.
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    ... other vehicle within 10 feet thereof; or by hitching any horse or other animal to any such hydrant or to any object within 10 feet of such hydrant. Editor's Note: See also Ch. 6 , Animals and Fowl, p. 601, supra.
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  19. § 174-3 Deposit of matter prohibited.
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    ... vault or septic system, any garbage, shells or bivalves, filth, dead animals or decayed animal or vegetable matter in or upon any place that such materials may be ...
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  20. 260-2{7} HDPE (HIGH-DENSITY POLYETHYLENE) PLASTIC FOOD AND BEVERAGE CONTAINER
    Any high-density polyethylene bottle, jar or container of any size or shape used to package food or beverage products suitable for human or animal consumption or used for household laundry products or motor oil, which are marked on the bottom with the number (2) encircled by the recycling symbol.
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  21. 260-2{14} PET (POLYETHYLENE TEREPHTHALATE) PLASTIC FOOD AND BEVERAGE CONTAINER
    Any polyethylene terephthalate bottle, jar or container of any size or shape used to package food or beverage products suitable for human or animal consumption, which is marked on the bottom of the bottle, jar or container with the number (1) encircled by the recycling symbol.
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  22. § 108-9 Determination, regulation and control of vicious dogs.
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    ... been declared vicious by the Animal Control Officer or by the ... of viciousness. If the Animal Control Officer has ... that a dog is vicious, the Animal Control Officer shall conduct ... propensities of the dog. The Animal Control Officer may consider, ... injury to a person, domestic animal or pet; previous aggressive ...
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  23. § 108-10 Feeding waterfowl prohibited.
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    ... The provisions of this section may be enforced by infractions issued by any police officer or Animal Control Officer. Any person violating this section may be fined, for each offense, $90 or the ...
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  24. § 254-6 Standards required for privy vaults and other disposal systems.
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    ... and maintained as to eliminate odors, prevent the escape of sewage and so as to exclude animals, flies and mosquitos. All users of any such systems connected to the Town's wastewater treatment ...
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  25. 265-3{11} POLLUTANT
    ... substances and wastes; sewage, fecal coliform and pathogens; dissolved and particulate metals; animal wastes; wastes and residues that result from constructing a building or structure (including but ...
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  26. § 231-4 Abandoned wells, etc., to be filled.
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    ... Police, fill in such hole or cap the entrance thereto in such a manner as will prevent persons or animals from falling into such hole. In the event that any such property owner shall fail to comply with ...
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  27. § 108-8 Control of dogs in public places.
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    ... the exception of Town-approved activities which invite the presence of animals. Enforcement and penalty. The provisions of this section may be enforced by infractions issued by any police officer or Animal Control Officer. Any person violating this section shall be fined $90 for ...
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  28. § DL-1 Disposition of legislation.
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    ... Commission amendment Ch. 16 , Arts. I and II 5-20-2009 6-12-2009 Animals and fowl amendment Ch. 6 10-21-2009 11-6-2009 Disposal and sale of ... Personnel rules and regulations amendment Ch. 44 4-20-2010 5-7-2010 Animals and fowl amendment Ch. 6 7-21-2010 8-27-2010 Recycling amendment Ch. 49 ...
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  29. § 170-11 Maintenance and operation.
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    ... also may be dispensed by means of automatic vending machines on premises. Animals, pets, or live birds. No animals, pets, or live birds shall be kept in any beauty shop. This prohibition ...
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  30. § 227-8 Behavior.
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    ... Board of Selectmen. [Amended 3-11-1987 , effective 3-27-1987 ] Domestic animals. Dogs are regulated by Code § 108-8 . As provided in § 108-8 , dogs must ... may be enforced by infractions issued by any police officer or Animal Control Officer. Any person violating such regulations may be fined up to ...
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  31. § DT-1 Derivation Table of 1965 Code to 2012 Code
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    ... See Ch. 1 , Arts. II, III and IV Ch. 4A, Alarm Devices Ch. 100 Ch. 5, Amusements Ch. 104 Ch. 6, Animals and Fowl Ch. 108 Ch. 7, Auctions Ch. 249 , Art. I Ch. 7A, Blight Abatement and Prevention Ch. ...
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  32. Health and Sanitation Chapter
    ... vault or septic system, any garbage, shells or bivalves, filth, dead animals or decayed animal or vegetable matter in or upon any place that such materials may be ...
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  33. Zoning Regulations
    NEW CANAAN ZONING REGULATIONS Effective: June 16, 2007 Amended to: August 25, 2017 PREAMBLE These Zoning Regulations are intended to guide land use activities in New Canaan in ways that will main- tain and enhance community character and protect the public health, safety, and welfare. The Planning...
  34. Zoning Ordinance
    NEW CANAAN ZONING REGULATIONS Effective: June 16, 2007 Amended April 15, 2016 PREAMBLE These Zoning Regulations are intended to guide land use activities in New Canaan in ways that will main- tain and enhance community character and protect the public health, safety, and welfare. The Planning and...