There are 169 towns and cities in the state of Connecticut. The earliest was established in 1633 (Windsor) and the most recent was incorporated in 1921 (West Haven).
There are also nine recognized boroughs in Connecticut: Stonington, Newtown, Danielson (Killingly), Litchfield, Naugatuck, Jewett City (Griswold), Fenwick (Old Saybrook), Woodmont (Milford) and Bantam (Litchfield).
Publication of the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development, which offers statistics and profiles of the state's municipalities, businesses and citizens.
Directory of links to community pages in the state.
From Windsor (settled in 1633) to West Haven (incorporated in 1921), a list of the 169 cities and towns in the state, with significant dates, origin of name and Indian name.
List maintained by the Secretary of the State's Office. Includes towns, villages and districts which have a post office of the same name.
Listing of municipal officers, justices of the peace, and town, city and borough statistics for the 169 towns in the state of Connecticut.
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