Ashford

Ashford

Located in Windham County, Ashford covers about 39 square miles. The first four families of settlers arrived in 1710 and quickly took steps to...

Brooklyn

Brooklyn

The picturesque town of Brooklyn covers roughly 29 square miles in the center of Windham County. Incorporated in 1786, Brooklyn became a county seat...

Canterbury

Canterbury

First settled in 1697, charming Canterbury occupies 40 square miles in eastern Connecticut on the Quinebaug river. Since it was not founded along any...

Chaplin

Chaplin

Charming Chaplin, founded in northeastern Connecticut, covers about 20 square miles nestled among state forests and the Natchaug River. Conveniently...

Columbia

Columbia

An idyllic rural community, Columbia has a rich history of agricultural activity. The community's vast open spaces continue to support many working...

Covenrty

Covenrty

Coventry began as an important manufacturing center and rail stop over. Today, most manufacturing has left, and it is currently a mainly residential...

Eastford

Eastford

Eastford has a rich history. The local Nipmuck Indians called the area "Wabaquasset" meaning "place-of-needs for making mats." The community was...

Franklin

Franklin

Originally called West Farms, Franklin was settled by residents of Norwich in 1663. In 1786, West Farms incorporated under the name and government...

Griswold

Griswold

The town of Griswold remains primarily undeveloped, but its few developed areas feature beautiful traditional homes on scenic hills among rolling...

Hampton

Hampton

Located in northeast Connecticut, Hampton is a quintessential New England town. Incorporated in 1786, Hampton is made up of parcels formerly included...

Killingly

Killingly

Killingly, a community located in the Northeast corner of Connecticut, had its beginning around several mill villages which continue to be active...

Lebanon

Lebanon

Primarily an agricultural town, Lebanon was settled in the late 1600s and incorporated in 1700. The combined farms, rolling fields, crystal lakes and...

Lisbon

Lisbon

Home of the first railroad tunnel in America, the history of this small town apparently had its beginning with a spark kindled in England by the...

Mansfield

Mansfield

Nestled in the heart of eastern Connecticut, Mansfield occupies a 45 square mile plot of land. Since 1881 it was home to the Storrs Agricultural...

Plainfield

Plainfield

The history of Plainfield officially began with its incorporation by an act of the General Court of Connecticut in May 1699. In the year it was...

Pomfret

Pomfret

Pomfret, Connecticut is directly in the middle of the Last Green Valley. One of the oldest towns in the state, incorporated in June of 1713....

Putnam

Putnam

Putnam is known as the retail center for neighboring communities in extreme northeastern Connecticut as well as nearby communities in Rhode Island...

Scotland

Scotland

Named by its first settler, a Scotsman named Isaac Magoon, Scotland is a tiny town, covering just 19 square miles. Magoon purchased several hundred...

Sprague

Sprague

Located in northern New London County, Sprague covers approximately 14 square miles. Circa 1659 the first settlers made there home in Sprague. More...

Sterling

Sterling

In the center of Connecticut's edge with Rhode Island, Sterling covers 27 square miles and is home to under a few thousand people. At its start...

Thompson

Thompson

Thompson is located in the far northeast corner of Connecticut and borders Massachusetts and Rhode Island and covers approximately 49 square miles....

Tolland

Tolland

Tolland is a rural New England town well off in tradition, history and charming scenery. The community also boasts lovely residential neighborhoods...

Union

Union

On the Massachusetts border, Union was one of the last towns to have settled in Connecticut. The town sits on mountainous and rocky land full of...

Voluntown

Voluntown

Voluntown covers approximately 40 square miles on the Connecticut-Rhode Island border. In 1807, the first settlers made their homes here, and the...

Willington

Willington

Willington was established in 1727 as a calm agricultural town until the Industrial Revolution, when the waters of the Willimantic River became an...

Windham

Windham

Known as "The Thread City", Windham is a town of many contrasts, from the colonial appeal of Windham Center, site of the town's founding, to the...

Woodstock

Woodstock

Woodstock, Connecticut is considered part of the "Quiet Corner." It is known for its "tranquility, history and pastoral good looks," according to the...