501 Main Street South
Southbury, CT 06488
Maps and Directions
Monday - Sunday
8:30am - 4:30pm
Southbury Animal Control does not respond to wild animal complaints unless the wild animal is severely sick or injured, has bitten a human or domestic animal or is causing an immediate safety concern. Wildlife pest issues on private property, such as a skunk or bees nest, should be handled through a private contractor.
If you are concerned about nuisance or orphaned wildlife please consult the Yellow Pages for a pest control service or you may contact the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection:
Black Bear Sighting Report Form
Black bears are becoming increasingly common in Southbury as the population continues to grow and expand.
- If you have seen a black bear in Southbury, or anywhere else in Connecticut, use this form to report your sighting to the DEEP's Wildlife Division.
- If you need immediate assistance concerning a black bear, you should call the DEEP's 24-hour hotline at 860-424-3333.
- For tips on dealing with black bears and other information please visit the DEEP's Black Bears in Connecticut webpage.