Animal Control

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Enforces local and regional laws concerning the care and treatment of animals. They patrol public areas looking for potential signs of distressed animals and work directly with citizens concerning animal control issues.

Overview

Animal control officers work to maintain public health standards by making communities safe for both people and animals. Animal control officers are usually hired by city and county agencies, although some work for states or other branches of the federal government. Officers often respond to calls from citizens about stray animals, suspected animal cruelty, or deceased animals. Sometimes, officers have to capture or rescue animals, but other times they administer warnings or citations to citizens suspected of animal cruelty and mistreatment.

Elected Officials & Staff

Hours of Operation

  • On call / By Appointment Only

Mailing Address

Animal Control
19 Maple Avenue
PO Box 592
Norfolk, CT 06058

Need Help?

Questions regarding the Animal Control should be addressed to Lauren Foley at 860-921-1372 or via webmaster@norfolkct.org.