IMPORTANT NOTICE: Beginning October 5, 2022, the following streets will have their TRASH PICKUP DAY changed from Friday to Wednesday: Beard Street, Canal Street West, Center Street, Coram Avenue from Wooster Street to Myrtle Street, Cornell Street, Howe Avenue from Brook Street to Myrtle Street, Perry Avenue and White Street. The scheduled recycle week will not change but the RECYCLE PICKUP DAY will change to Wednesday instead of Friday. Any questions or concerns, please contact DPW at (203) 924-9277. NOTICE: Monday, October 3rd - Friday, October 7th, the City of Shelton's DPW will be milling & paving sections of Huntington Street between the Huntington Firehouse and Commerce Drive. Expect delays and please heed the directions of the traffic personnel.

The Fire Marshal’s Office is responsible for enforcement of the Connecticut Fire safety Code and applicable codes and regulations under Chapter 541 of the Connecticut General Statutes. The Fire Marshal’s Office is required to inspect all buildings, except one & two family homes, and facilities of public service and occupancies regulated by the Connecticut Fire Safety Code. Additional duties include but are not limited to; investigates fire and emergency incidents, issues blasting and burn permits, reviews new and existing building plans, investigates related complaints, inspects carnivals, festivals and other outdoor events, inspects and enforces regulations regarding storage and use of hazardous materials and gases and must attend schools and seminars to keep a abreast of the codes, regulations and new technologies.

Shelton Fire Prevention Bureau

203-924-1555 Ext 1340


Blasting Information
Pre-Blast Firms
Blasting Complaint Form


City Hall
54 Hill Street – First Floor
Shelton, CT 06484


(203) 924-1555 ext. 1514


(203) 924-7560


Tuesday – Friday 8:00 A.M. – 5:30 P.M.

Dept. Head:

James M. Tortora

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