Wethersfield [Hartford County] was settled as Watertown 1634 and named 1637 from Wethersfield in Essex, England. Indian name, "Pyquag."
Area, 13.1 sq. miles. Population, est., 25,095. Voting districts, 10. Principal industries, motel-gas-restaurant motoring trade, marine terminals for gasoline and fuel oils, tools and dies, offices and warehouses food, drug supplies, printing, seedsmen. Connecticut Light and Power Co. Computer Center and Northeast Utilities Service Co. Headquartered there, as well as the Department of Corrections, Labor Department and State Motor Vehicles Department of Transportation.
It is considered to be a part of the Greater Hartford Metro Area.
1830 Greek Revival structure with five guest rooms, located in Old Wethersfield. Provides overview and information on rooms, rates and what's nearby.
Democratic legislator representing Wethersfield's 28th Assembly District.
Features live animals, hands-on exhibits, a reading corner and gift shop. Located in Mill Woods Park.
Photo and information from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on flood control project located on Folly Brook, about 0.3 mile upstream of Wethersfield Cove.
Provides listings for accommodations, attractions, calendar of events, dining, shopping and itineraries.
Offers sales and rental of mobility aids and health care. Profile, services and history with employment opportunities.
Municipal government site providing information on town services, community life, business resources and visitor information.
Full service corporate and leisure travel agency.
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