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Trumbull CT the USA

Trumbull CT the USA

 

Trumbull is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 35700 at the 2007 census. Trumbull was settled by the English as a part of the town of Stratford, Connecticut in 1639. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 23.5 square miles (60.9 km²), of which, 23.3 square miles (60.3 km²) of it is land and 0.2 square miles (0.6 km²) of it (0.98%) is water.

Geography & History

 

Trumbull is located within easy access to most other major cities and towns within Connecticut. Just 45 miles southwest from the capital city of Hartford, Trumbull is also easily accessible to New York City by rail or highway. Trumbull was originally founded as an extension of the town now known as Stratford. The 'Village of Unity' was formally established in 1725, but had already been home to several families prior to this time. The town eventually incorporated in 1797 and took the name of Jonathan Trumbull, the only man to serve as Governor of a Colonial Colony and a newly established state following American independence.

 

Trumbull, Connecticut is home to more than 35,000 residents. This largely residential community has more than 12,000 single family homes which make up over 90% of the overall housing units. The median age is 41 and the median household income nearly $85,000.

 

Trumbull CT is home to numerous parks and is ideally suited for a wide range of outdoor and family activities. The 27-hole Tashua Knolls Golf Course is located in the northwest corner of Trumbull in the 268-acre Tashua Recreation Area. Also included on the grounds are 8 tennis courts, a full-size pool with diving area, a separate 'Kiddie Pool', 2 full-size basketball courts, a 'Tot Lot' playground, as well as restrooms, picnic areas, and a concession stand. The club house facility also has a Grille Room and Banquet Area for additional dining and outing options.

 

Ledge Park, Beeches Park & Pool, Twin Brooks, Canoe Brook Lake, and any other park area, as well as the walking trails at Pequonnock Brook and elsewhere can’t be forgotten.

 

The business community within Trumbull CT is served by two separate organizations; Trumbull's Own Chamber of Commerce which focuses on the local needs of Trumbull business, as well as the Trumbull Chamber of Commerce (BRBC) - an affiliate of the Bridgeport Regional Business Council.