Downtown is fortunate to have many organizations that contribute to the excitement of CityCenter Danbury. We are able to make a greater impact in the Downtown District with support from Property Owners, Sponsors, Businesses, Non-Profits, Cultural Arts, and Volunteers.

CityCenter Danbury has been a major player in many projects that have transformed downtown over the last few decades. The Danbury Downtown Special Services District began its revitalization efforts in 1989. As a member of the National Historic Preservation and the Connecticut Main Street Center, CityCenter follows the four a (4) principles of design, organization, promotion and economic restructuring. We strive to accelerate the renewal of the city’s urban core, with quality of life as the underlying theme: building a lasting constituency for downtown; supporting investors, retailers and tenants while retaining those already downtown and making downtown clean, safe and attractive. 
A public entity governed by a 16-person board of directors, property assessments within the downtown boundaries and sponsorship’s fund CityCenter Danbury’s initiatives for planning, public improvements and operations, marketing and promotions and business development.

Today we are experiencing a tipping point and true momentum in the vitality of Downtown. Residential and Commercial rents are affordable. One Kennedy Flats reflects a 70 million dollar investment to our downtown offering 365 market rate apartments. Naugatuck Community College (NVCC) expanded and maintains its downtown presence. Western Connecticut State University is right at our doorsteps.

Local and regional bands rock the Bandshell with the Summer Series – Concerts on the Green and the Greater Taste of Danbury. CityCenter Danbury also presents Halloween on the Green, The Award-Winning Downtown Chowdown, The Country Music ‘n Food Truck Rally, Light the Lights, The Holiday Decorating Contest and supports others running events downtown. The Palace Theater is also bringing premium entertainment to our urban core.

Downtown Danbury is home to the Farmers’ Market, multiple Cultural Centers, The Palace Danbury, The Danbury Library, A Common Ground, Escape the Arts, Danbury Museum and Historical Society, Danbury Railway Museum, the Danbury Music Centre, The Cultural Alliance of Western CT, Danbury Ice Arena, Westerners Baseball, the Danbury Innovation Center, and much more. We are all partners in a vibrant Downtown.

Our Downtown is accessible by Bus, Train or Car. We are convenient to Interstate 84 and within an hour of 3 major international airports.

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Getting Here

CityCenter Danbury and the CityCenter Danbury Green are easily accessible from Exit 5 off of Interstate 84

If using a GPS for Green use Ives Street, Danbury, Connecticut.  For closest parking garage use 21 Delay Street, Danbury, Connecticut

From Hartford: Interstate 84 West to Exit 5, Turn right at end of the ramp onto Main Street continue .8 mile to light for White Street. Take a left onto White Street continue .07 mile take first right onto Ives Street continue down Ives Street the CityCenter Danbury Green and bandshell will be on your left.

From Brewster, NY: Interstate 84 East to Exit 5, come to stop sign  then continue down Downs Street to light. Turn right onto Main Street continue .6 mile to light for White Street. Take a left onto White Street continue .07 mile take first right onto Ives Street continue down Ives Street the CityCenter Danbury Green and bandshell will be on your left.

BUS SCHEDULE:  www.harttransitct.org

TRAIN SCHEDULEwww.mta.info/mnr



Parking Here

Metered Parking
Available on Main, West, White and several of the side streets within CityCenter
Meter rates are $0.25 per 15 minutes
Enforced Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Meters are also available in the three municipal lots within the CityCenter district. The meter rates are $0.25 per 15 minutes, and are in enforced 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. A limited number of monthly and daily permits are available in the lots. Please contact the DPA office for further information.

Park Smart Card
Prepaid debit card that can be used at specially marked meters.  It is embedded with a special computer chip that keeps track of the cards value.  Available in preset denominations of $10, $20 and $50 or you can create your own value.  The Park Smart card is a convenient secure way to pay for metered parking without coins.  There is no expiration date or time limit in which you must use it. Cards can be purchased and reloaded at the DPA office.

Terence E. McNally Patriot Garage
A 550 car facility is conveniently located at 21 Delay Street, overlooking the Danbury Green in the CityCenter Dining and Entertainment district. The Patriot Garage is a very short walk to the Metro North Railroad Station and across the street from the Danbury Ice Arena. The Patriot Garage is open from 5 a.m. to 2 a.m., Monday through Thursday, 5 a.m. to 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Sunday. Rates are $1.25 per hour, and $9.50 a day for daily commuters. Monthly parking is available for $47.86 (tax included). Special rates may be in effect when events are taking place on the Green. For more information, visit the Danbury Parking Authority website.

Check out the new ParkMobile App. Click here for more info.

Charles A. Bardo Parking Garage
It is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. Rates are $1.25 per hour or $47.86 (tax included) per month. For more information, visit the Danbury Parking Authority website. This 386 car facility, located at 10 Library Place opened in 2007.

For more information, visit the Danbury Parking Authority website.