Can I split (subdivide) my property?
Whether or not a parcel of land can be split / subdivided to create one or more additional lots depends upon a number of factors, including lot size, road frontage and access, zoning, infrastructure (utilities), and the lot's natural features. For more information on the process of splitting / subdividing your property, please contact the Land Use Office at (860) 584-6225.

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1. Who can I call to report that my trash, recycling, yard waste or bulk was not collected?
2. Who do I call to report a pot hole?
3. When is my next recycle day?
4. Does the city have any compost for residents?
5. Is it legal to connect a basement sump pump into my home's sanitary sewer pipe?
6. What do I do in the event of a sanitary sewer blockage or backup?
7. What should I do if I see water flowing onto the street from a round manhole cover in the road?
8. If I notice a missing, damaged, or noisy manhole cover (loose fitting) what do I do?
9. Will my home owners cover the costs involved in the event of a blockage or backup in my lateral pipe?
10. What is the zoning of my property and what uses are allowed?
11. Can I split (subdivide) my property?
12. Can I operate a business from my home?
13. What is a variance, and how do I apply for one?