- API data.ct.gov | Last Updated 2020-07-01T07:00:37.000Z
Benefit corporations are a type of for-profit corporate entity legally obligated through their charter to provide a positive impact on society and/or the environment. Connecticut’s legislation allowing the creation of benefit corporations went into effect October 1, 2014 Updated Monthly.
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This list includes DECD Office of Arts and State Historic Preservation Office grant recipients during FY 2017-2019
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AVERAGE MONTHLY ASSISTANCE UNITS AND RECIPIENTS BY TOWN STATE FISCAL YEAR 2003 * Counts are estimated due to AU/recipient address correction. Figures may not add due to rounding.
- API data.ct.gov | Last Updated 2019-07-31T17:22:23.000Z
Census tracts designated as Opportunity Zones. Qualified census tracts are those that have a poverty rate of at least 20 percent of a median income that does not exceed 80 percent of the area median income. The opportunity fund model encourages investors to pool their resources in opportunity zones, increasing the scale of investments going to underserved areas. The program provides a federal tax incentive for investors to re-invest unrealized capital gains into opportunity zones through opportunity funds. Under the terms of the program, the governor of each state must submit a plan to the federal government designating up to 25 percent of the qualified census tracts in their state as opportunity zones, which is then subject to approval of the Secretary of the Treasury.
- API data.ct.gov | Last Updated 2020-07-08T09:05:49.000Z
Licensed Substance Abuse Care facilities derived from Licenses and Credentials recorded in Connecticut's eLicensing system. Updated daily.
- API data.ct.gov | Last Updated 2020-03-23T18:04:33.000Z
Request for funding through the IT Capital Investment Program. For more information please go to http://www.ct.gov/opm/cwp/view.asp?a=2979&Q=511606&PM=1&opmNav=|
- API data.ct.gov | Last Updated 2020-06-18T14:33:31.000Z
Number of active recipients who received benefits under a program in that calendar year and month. A recipient may have received benefits from multiple programs in the same month; if so that recipient will be included in multiple categories in this dataset (counted more than once.) 2020 is a partial year. For privacy considerations, a count of zero is used for counts less than five. NOTE: On April 22, 2019 the methodology for determining HUSKY A Newborn recipients changed, which caused an increase of recipients for that benefit starting in October 2016. We now count recipients recorded in the ImpaCT system as well as in the HIX system for that assistance type, instead using HIX exclusively. Also, corrections in the ImpaCT system for January and February 2019 caused the addition of around 2000 and 3000 recipients respectively, and the counts for many types of assistance (e.g. SNAP) were adjusted upward for those 2 months. Also, the methodology for determining the address of the recipients changed: 1. The address of a recipient in the ImpaCT system is now correctly determined specific to that month instead of using the address of the most recent month. This resulted in some shuffling of the recipients among townships starting in October 2016. 2. If, in a given month, a recipient has benefit records in both the HIX system and in the ImpaCT system, the address of the recipient is now calculated as follows to resolve conflicts: Use the residential address in ImpaCT if it exists, else use the mailing address in ImpaCT if it exists, else use the address in HIX. This resulted in a reduction in counts for most townships starting in March 2017 because a single address is now used instead of two when the systems do not agree. NOTE: On February 14 2019, the enrollment counts for 2012-2015 across all programs were updated to account for an error in the data integration process. As a result, the count of the number of people served increased by 13% for 2012, 10% for 2013, 8% for 2014 and 4% for 2015. Counts for 2016, 2017 and 2018 remain unchanged. NOTE: On 11/30/2018 the counts were revised because of a change in the way active recipients were counted in one source system.
- API data.ct.gov | Last Updated 2020-07-06T13:14:17.000Z
This list provides Underground Storage Tank (UST) site, tank, contact and Enforcement information for the approximately 45,000 commercial underground storage tanks (USTs) previously and currently registered in Connecticut, of which about 8,000 are still in use. (There are 3 other related data sets:1- Facility and Tank Details, 2-Enforcement Summary, and 3-Compliance Details.) Annually, or when a UST is installed, removed, or altered, a notification form must be completed via EZFile (see link) and submitted to CT DEEP. Notification is required for non-residential underground storage tanks, including those for oil, petroleum and chemical liquids, as well as residential home heating oil tanks serving five or more units. See online at: https://www.ct.gov/deep/cwp/view.asp?q=322600 The underground storage tank regulations (see link) and the Connecticut underground storage tank enforcement program have been in effect since November 1985. This list is based on notification information submitted by the public since 1985, and is updated weekly. This list contains information on both active and on non-active USTs, as well as federally regulated and state regulated USTs. Factors to Consider When Using this data: -Not every required notification form is submitted to the DEEP. We can only enter the information we receive. -We know there are errors in the data although we strive to minimize them. Error examples may include: notification forms completed incorrectly by the owner/operator, data entry errors, duplicate site information, misspelled names and addresses and/or missing data.
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The Connecticut Solicitation of Charitable Funds Act requires all organizations that solicit money for charitable purposes to register with the Department of Consumer Protection. All paid solicitors and some fundraising counsel must register, post a bond and file certain reports. Derived from Licenses and Credentials recorded in Connecticut's eLicensing system. Updated daily.
- API data.ct.gov | Last Updated 2020-06-17T17:47:20.000Z
DSS CY2017 Town counts - Number of people by Assistance Type enrolled in DSS services in the calendar year 2017