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he shoreline towns that populate Fairfield and New Haven counties have so much to offer residents and visitors. Here in coastal Connecticut we are fortunate to enjoy the natural shoreline where boating, fishing, and swimming are a recreational mainstay. Originally settled part for

agriculture, coastal Connecticut still has farms to visit. Apple picking in the autumn is a rite of the season, with crisp apple tarts and crumbly apple pie, it is a delight to savor. As we head into winter days that grow colder and shorter, we gather with those we love to give thanks for hearth and home. We hope you’ll enjoy learning a bit

about our neighboring towns. It is remarkable how many natural parks and beaches are nearby to explore. An infinite amount of shops exist to provide retail therapy as well as dining choices to delight even the finest of taste buds. All this and hundreds of years of history to discover makes shoreline living an ever-blooming pleasure garden to explore and enjoy.

4 Greenwich 6 Stamford 8 Darien 10 Norwalk 12 Westport 14 Fairfield 18 Bridgeport 20 Stratford 22 Milford 24 Orange 26 West Haven 28 New Haven 30 Branford About the Cover: Your

Town by Town Shoreline Guide FAIRFIELD & NEW HAVEN COUNTIES

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sanctuary with seven miles of hiking trails. Visitors can glimpse remnants of the past including stone walks and homestead buildings, and catch sight of animals such as the Great Egret, bullfrog, and Great Blue Heron. Greenwich’s hotspots include its four beaches: Greenwich Point (locally known as Tod’s Point), Byram Beach, Island Beach (Little Captain’s Island), and Great Captain’s Island. Greenwich Point has an excellent view of the New York City skyline

Incorporated in 1640, the Town of Greenwich celebrates its 375th anniversary this year. including Manhattan and the bridges connecting the Bronx and Queens. Residents and their guests can take a ferry to the uninhabited Great Captain Island and Island Beach, situated about a mile offshore.

Greenwich residents have the good fortune of living only 40 minutes from Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan. Hop on a Metro North train and you’ll be walking down the city’s glittering avenues in no time!

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reenwich is the most southern and western town in Connecticut, with an area of 48 square miles. Over 8,000 students are enrolled in 17 public schools in this district, including 11 elementary schools, three middle schools, and Greenwich High School. Nature enthusiasts can pay a visit to Audubon Greenwich, the National Audubon Society’s first environmental education center in America. The center was opened in 1942 and consists of a 295-acre wildlife

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NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

22,209

$129,588

8,712

CITY/TOWN

INCORPORATED

POPULATION

(SQUARE MILES)

MEDIAN AGE

Greenwich

1640

61,428

48

43

AVERAGE SAT SCORES

CONNECTICUT MASTERY TEST GRADE 6 READING READING

MATH

WRITING

READING

MATH

WRITING

87

82

77

578

562

581

GOVERNMENT

ELECTRIC PROVIDER

GAS PROVIDER

WATER PROVIDER

CABLE PROVIDER

SelectmanRepresentative Town Meeting

Connecticut Light & Power

CNG Corp

Aquarion Water Company

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BOSTON

NEW YORK CITY

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161

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ocated east of Greenwich, Stamford has close to 130,000 residents with 16,000 students enrolled in its 20 public schools. Stamford is also home to branches of the University of Connecticut, University of Bridgeport, and Sacred Heart University. Conveniently located only 36 miles from Manhattan, Stamford has its own train station with Amtrak and Metro North lines. Some even refer to Stamford as the “sixth borough of New York” due to the large number

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of corporate headquarters and subsequent New York commuters. However, it does retains its identity as a typical Connecticut coastal town: residents and visitors alike can take advantage of fishing, crabbing, and swimming opportunities at public beaches like Cove Island Park and Cummings Park. The Ferguson Library in downtown Stamford is one of the largest and greatest public libraries in Connecticut.The Library has three additional branches as well as a bookmobile

In addition to its coastal charm, Stamford means business for the many large corporations that call it home. that travels to different neighborhoods. The city is also home to the Stamford Museum and Nature Center, a great destination for folks of all ages. Among its many exhibits and interactive areas are an astronomy observatory,

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NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

45,196

$76,797

14,966

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INCORPORATED

POPULATION

(SQUARE MILES)

MEDIAN AGE

Stamford

1641

122,878

38

36

AVERAGE SAT SCORES

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MATH

WRITING

READING

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WRITING

68

71

58

490

481

492

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WATER PROVIDER

Connecticut Light & Power

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Aquarion Water Company

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BOSTON

NEW YORK CITY

PROVIDENCE

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World Report in 2013. Among the numerous public parks and beaches that the town maintains are Pear Tree Point, encompassing eight acres and home to the Darien Boat Club, and Weed Beach Park, which has a playground, tennis courts, and hosts the Darien Junior Sailing Team. If the weather isn’t characteristically gorgeous,

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The Town of Darien with 30 acres of Shoreline and two public beaches is a handsome hamlet in Fairfield County.


TOWN PROFILE LAND AREA

NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

6,627

$200,724

4,795

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INCORPORATED

POPULATION

(SQUARE MILES)

MEDIAN AGE

Darien

1820

20,758

13

39

AVERAGE SAT SCORES

CONNECTICUT MASTERY TEST GRADE 6 READING READING

MATH

WRITING

READING

MATH

WRITING

94

92

87

604

589

617

GOVERNMENT

ELECTRIC PROVIDER

GAS PROVIDER

WATER PROVIDER

CABLE PROVIDER

SelectmanRepresentative Town Meeting

Connecticut Light & Power

Yankees Gas Company

Aquarion Water Company

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NEW YORK CITY

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ounded in 1651, Norwalk is a true New England coastal town that prides itself on fantastic beaches and mouth-watering oysters. Norwalk’s annual Oyster Festival is celebrated on the first weekend after Labor Day and is considered by many the best place in Connecticut to get oysters. The festival includes many activities, live musical performances, rides, and of course delicious food. More than 11,000 Norwalk children attend 19 schools in

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this shoreline district. Norwalk’s most wellknown year-round attraction is the Maritime Aquarium, an inviting aquatic expedition for visitors from all over. Hands-on maritime interactions include exhibits where visitors can safely pet stingrays and jellyfish. The popular Sheffield Island Lighthouse is open to the public seasonally. For sunshine and exercise, Norwalk’s 227-acre Cranbury Park is crisscrossed with walking trails and is home to the Gallaher

Birdwatchers rejoice in the Norwalk islands, used by canoeists, kayakers, and campers for day trips and overnight stays. Mansion, a beautiful limestone Tudor revival home. The park also includes an 18-hole disc golf course. For a bit of education, museums are a-plenty: visit the Center for Contemporary

Printmaking, Lockwood Matthews Mansion, Norwalk Museum, SoNo Switchtower Museum, Stepping Stones Museum, or the Mill Hill Historic Park and Museum.


TOWN PROFILE LAND AREA

NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

36,717

$75,446

10,942

CITY/TOWN

INCORPORATED

POPULATION

(SQUARE MILES)

MEDIAN AGE

Norwalk

1651

85,853

23

41

AVERAGE SAT SCORES

CONNECTICUT MASTERY TEST GRADE 6 READING READING

MATH

WRITING

READING

MATH

WRITING

68

61

54

477

472

462

ELECTRIC PROVIDER

GAS PROVIDER

WATER PROVIDER

CABLE PROVIDER

Connecticut Light & Power

Yankees Gas Company

Municipal Provider

Cablevison Systems of Connecticut, LP

GOVERNMENT

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DISTANCE TO MAJOR CITIES (MILES) HARTFORD

BOSTON

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PROVIDENCE

60

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41

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hiking trails where visitors can spot coyotes, turkeys, and turtles. For lovers of the fine arts and theater, the Westport Country Playhouse is a town favorite; hundreds of notable performers have graced its stage, including Liza Minnelli, Christopher Walken, and James Earl Jones. At the highest point in Westport sits the Rolnick Observatory. On clear Wednesday nights, visitors can enter the observatory

Offering something for everyone, Westport is your quintessential coastal colonial town with a culturally rich population. for free and use the largest publicly available telescope in Connecticut. If you’re looking for a tranquil outdoor environment, Westport’s

Library Riverwalk and Garden is a charming site featuring benches and picnic tables overlooking the Saugatuck River.

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estport has long been known as a cultural hub, with its coastal beauty and proximity to New York City attracting artistic residents such as F. Scott Fitzgerald and Paul Newman. Well known for its stellar school system, Staples High School is consistently one of the top-ranked in the state. Westport offers something for everyone. The wildlife sanctuary Earthplace spans 62-acres with two miles of

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TOWN PROFILE LAND AREA

NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

9,382

$152,586

5,704

CITY/TOWN

INCORPORATED

POPULATION

(SQUARE MILES)

MEDIAN AGE

Westport

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26,516

20

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visitors to shop local. The town contains many familyfriendly destinations including Sportsplex, a huge facility offering different myriad physical activities to help keep families fit and active. Fairfield is well known for the Connecticut Audubon Society Birdcraft Museum and Sanctuary, our country’s oldest private songbird sanctuary. At the Fairfield Museum and History Center, visitors learn about the rich history

Fairfield is home to thousands of flowering dogwood trees and is considered the “Dogwood capital of the world.” of the town, which was first settled in the 1600s. The Ogden House resides on the same grounds. This farmhouse was built in 1750 and is

on the National Register of Historic Places. If you’re curious about this landmark, you can visit the completely furnished house.

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airfield is comprised of five miles of coastline and 60,000 people, making it one of the largest towns on Connecticut’s shoreline. It has several public schools and two well-known institutions of higher learning: Fairfield University and Sacred Heart University. The pulse of Fairfield can be found in its picturesque downtown, a plethora of boutiques and dining choices invite residents and

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TOWN PROFILE LAND AREA

NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

20,227

$119,924

10,114

CITY/TOWN

INCORPORATED

POPULATION

(SQUARE MILES)

MEDIAN AGE

Fairfield

1639

59,562

30

41

AVERAGE SAT SCORES

CONNECTICUT MASTERY TEST GRADE 6 READING READING

MATH

WRITING

READING

MATH

WRITING

89

85

83

561

543

559

GOVERNMENT

ELECTRIC PROVIDER

GAS PROVIDER

WATER PROVIDER

CABLE PROVIDER

SelectmanRepresentative Town Meeting

The United Illuminating Company

Sounthern Connecticut Gas Company

Aquarion Water Company

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Bridgeport is a beacon for culture, community, and creativity. Seaside Park, a gift of P.T. Barnum is a site of continuous charm and celebration.

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Seaport, a little piece of Key West on the Sound. The full service marina is surrounded by quaint shops and restaurants with a view of the water. In addition to its beaches, Bridgeport attracts many visitors to the Beardsley Zoo, Connecticut’s one and only zoo. More than 300 animals

from North and South America are represented including many endangered and threatened species like the Siberian tiger, red wolf, and golden lion tamarin. On a weekend night, many area residents can be found attending a Sound Tigers hockey game at Webster Bank

Arena. During the warmer months, a day or evening at a Bridgeport Bluefish baseball game is always a hit. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can take a ferry across Long Island Sound to Port Jefferson. The voyage is just over an hour, making it a perfect choice for a day trip.


TOWN PROFILE LAND AREA

NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

50,824

$39,822

21,023

CITY/TOWN

INCORPORATED

POPULATION

(SQUARE MILES)

MEDIAN AGE

Bridgeport

1821

144,446

16

32

AVERAGE SAT SCORES

CONNECTICUT MASTERY TEST GRADE 6 READING READING

MATH

WRITING

READING

MATH

WRITING

47

46

42

402

405

397

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CABLE PROVIDER

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TOWN PROFILE CITY/TOWN

LAND AREA

NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

20,169

$67,375

7,543

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POPULATION

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MEDIAN AGE

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51,440

18

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ilford, “the small city with a big heart,” is comprised of 17-miles of gorgeous coastline including five public beaches and one state beach, all of which offer lifeguard services during the summer. Milford has the second longest town green in New England and a downtown area that encompasses dozens of shops and restaurants. Within Milford’s 26-square miles, there are 14 public schools, including three high schools. The Connecticut Audubon Society Coastal Center at

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Milford Point sits at the mouth of the Housatonic River. Over 300 different species of birds have been spotted at this 8.4-acre bird sanctuary and wildlife refuge. The Audubon Society offers a nature center with an exhibit room, community programs for families, and summer camps. If you’re looking to tee off with friends, head to one of Milford’s two courses, The Orchards or Great River Golf Club. If shopping is more your style, visit the Westfield Connecticut Post Mall, the

A city that retains its New England charm and character, Milford boasts the second longest town green in the state. shops in downtown Milford, or the numerous unique shops that dot the Post Road. On Friday nights during the summer, the Harbor Lights Concert Series is in full swing. Music aficionados enjoy free concerts at the Rotary Pavilion

located behind the Milford Public Library. A cherished tradition, Milford’s annual Oyster Festival takes place each August. The festival harnesses the town’s beachy vibes by reveling in seafood and features live musical performances.


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NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

21,071

$79,531

7,167

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Milford

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52,826

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Curious as to what Orange was like back in the 19th century? The annual Orange Country Fair, which takes place each September at High Plains Community Center, invites fairgoers to watch tractor and oxen pulls, enter a barn with traditional farming equipment, pay a visit to any number of farm animals, and stroll through tents displaying ribbon-winning baked goods and visual arts. In addition to its plethora of recreational activities, Orange boasts one of the best school systems in the state. Orange upper school-aged residents attend

Once a simple farming community, the town of Orange has grown into a well-planned residential area. Amity Regional High School in the neighboring town of Woodbridge. In 2014, Amity was recognized by the Federal Department of Education as a National Blue Ribbon School, one of only two public high schools in Connecticut to receive the prestigious award

that year. Orange is home to the manufacturer of the beloved Pez candy. Visitors can view the production area and watch fresh batches of the famous candy being made. The visitor center houses the largest public collection of Pez memorabilia in the world.

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ituated on 17-square miles and home to more than 13,000 people, Orange boasts several beautiful wooded areas and hiking trails, including Racebrook Tract, Camp Cedarcrest, and the Wepawaug Conservation Area. After a long day of hiking or fishing in the Wepawaug, you may want to consider paying a visit to the original Chip’s Family Restaurant. At this Orange landmark, you can gobble down the best pancakes in Connecticut, as voted upon by Connecticut residents six years running.

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TOWN PROFILE LAND AREA

NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

4,844

$106,372

2,516

CITY/TOWN

INCORPORATED

POPULATION

(SQUARE MILES)

MEDIAN AGE

Orange

1822

13,919

17

45

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MATH

WRITING

READING

MATH

WRITING

91

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544

556

546

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has a close-knit feel. The city’s hot spot location is the Savin Rock Boardwalk and Park which includes a shoreline trail that runs for two miles parallel to the West Haven coast. Each day the boardwalk plays host to residents and visitors alike running, walking, riding bikes,

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and rollerblading, playing bocce, or on summer evening, enjoying an outdoor concert, theatre performance, or dance. For a relaxed laid back water view, there are plenty of benches dotting the boardwalk and tree-filled park.

Stroll to where a scattering of wooden pillars stretch out of the water to view the last visible remnants of the Savin Rock Amusement Park that thrived well into the 1950s. The annual Savin Rock Festival honors the spirit of the amusement park

West Haven is Connecticut’s youngest city, but one of the state’s oldest settlements. with rides and concerts for one weekend in the summer. If being near the ocean gives you a powerful craving for seafood, you’re in luck! There are many dining options in town from lobster rolls to

ethnic favorites. Within the city there are nine public schools that enroll close to 6,000 students. The University of New Haven and Yale University also extend their campuses into West Haven.


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NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

21,878

$51,911

7,419

CITY/TOWN

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POPULATION

(SQUARE MILES)

MEDIAN AGE

West Haven

1921

55,386

11

38

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CONNECTICUT MASTERY TEST GRADE 6 READING READING

MATH

WRITING

READING

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WRITING

65

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457

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456

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the Western world. It contains an impressive collection and admission is free. Bibliophiles can check out the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, boasting both unique architecture (translucent marble panels in place of glass windows) and historic manuscripts, including one of 48 surviving copies of a 15th century Gutenberg Bible. Just down the road from Yale’s Old Campus lies the Shubert Theatre. Operating since 1914, it was once considered the best theater to trial run shows before they headed to Broadway. The Shubert remains a popular destination for anyone seeking

New Haven was the first city in American to create a public tree planting program, earning it the designation as “The Elm City.” live entertainment. Long Wharf Theatre is another beautiful structure and the recipient of a Tony Award for Best Regional Theatre. People from all over New England visit New Haven for the pizza on Wooster Street and a hamburger at Louis’ Lunch. Another popular spot is the

Peabody Museum of Natural History, which explores the geographical, biological, and anthropoligical understanding of Earth’s history. Sightseeing opportunities in the city include East Rock Park, where hiking trails provide a memorable view of the New Haven skyline and Long Island shoreline.

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TOWN PROFILE LAND AREA

NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

49,308

$38,482

17,704

CITY/TOWN

INCORPORATED

POPULATION

(SQUARE MILES)

MEDIAN AGE

New Haven

1638

129,898

19

30

AVERAGE SAT SCORES

CONNECTICUT MASTERY TEST GRADE 6 READING READING

MATH

WRITING

READING

MATH

WRITING

54

47

41

415

411

398

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GAS PROVIDER

WATER PROVIDER

CABLE PROVIDER

The United Illuminating Company

Sounthern Connecticut Gas Company

South Central CT Regional Water Auth.

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BOSTON

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to a renovation and revival of the famed puppet shows at the hands of its new owners. Free concerts, known as Branford Jazz on the Green are made available by the Branford Recreation Department on Thursdays in the summer. Mount Saltonstall has several hiking trails available for those that enjoy the active outdoors. Freshwater fishing and boating opportunities are available on Lake Saltonstall.

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ranford is home to more than 28,000 people, seven schools, and 20 miles of beautiful coastline offering many outdoor activities

islands, many with houses dating back decades. For an in-depth tour of the Thimble Islands and to learn about their history, visitors can take a narrated cruise from one of the island tour boating operators located at the Stony Creek town dock. The Stony Creek Puppet House is a Connecticut historical landmark known for its rare Sicilian handmade puppets. Although it was closed in 2009, residents look forward

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TOWN PROFILE LAND AREA

NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

TOTAL TOWN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

12,401

$70,075

3,581

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MEDIAN AGE

Branford

1653

28,062

22

48

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CONNECTICUT MASTERY TEST GRADE 6 READING READING

MATH

WRITING

READING

MATH

WRITING

79

75

64

521

504

514

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WATER PROVIDER

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South Central CT Regional Water Auth.

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BOSTON

NEW YORK CITY

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