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      • Population approximately 36,800 residents
      • Founded in 1797
      • Land area is 23 square miles
      • Neighborhoods include Tashua, Nichols, Daniels Farm, Trumbull Center, Pinewood Lake, among others
      • Trumbull is bordered by Fairfield, Easton, Monroe, Shelton, Stratford and Bridgeport
      About The Town
      • Town Motto: “Pride in our Past, Faith in Our Future”
      • Trumbull is most known for its parks like Pequonnock River Valley Park and Rails to Trails, hiking trails, playgrounds, splash pads and 2 town pools, farmers markets, art festivals, summer concerts for kids and adults on the green or at the parks. Private and public golf courses. New England character and charm with extensive retail, commercial, and light manufacturing
      • Other parks include Twin Brooks Park, Old Mine Park, Tashua Recreation Area and Unity Park
      • A local favorite is the Trumbull Farmers Market which happens every Thursday
      • The Tashua Recreation Facility features 268 acres and has basketball courts, tennis courts, a swimming pool, playground, picnic area and Tashua Knolls, a golf course
      • The Westfield Trumbull Mall and Hawley Lane Mall are on the south end of Trumbull
      Living in Trumbull
      • Most homes have city water and city sewer, but there is septic and well water in some areas
      • 6 Elementary Schools (K-5th grade)
      • 2 Middle Schools (6-8)
      • 1 High School
      • Several private schools
      • Higher taxes compared to other towns in Fairfield County but you get more land and house for less money
      • Compared to other towns in Fairfield County, most homes are on at least one acre of land, but certain neighborhoods like Long Hill have less land (about .25 acre)
      • Tashua, Hillandale, Pinewood Lake, Canoe Brook Lake and Nichols neighborhoods tend to have more expensive homes ($500,000-900,000) while Long Hill, Trumbull Center and St. Theresa’s neighborhoods have more affordable homes ($350,000-500,000)
      • A little under an hour and a half drive to New York City
      • Easy access to both the Merritt Parkway and I-95
      • Yearly events include Trumbull Day and Trumbull Restaurant Week
      • Median sale price for a single family home (as of January 2024) is $560,000
      Fun Facts
      • Revolutionary Road was partially filmed in Trumbull
      • Trumbull’s sister city is Xinyi, Jiangsu (China)

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