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New Haven County includes several lovely suburbs and residential communities, as well as two of Connecticut's largest cities, New Haven and Waterbury. Check out some of the most popular areas in New Haven County:
The town of Naugatuck CT is a bustling community of about 32,000 residents. Bordering the city of Waterbury to the south, Naugatuck offers access to a wide range of employment and education opportunities.
The town runs along both sides of the Naugatuck River, amidst the rolling, green hills of Western Connecticut. Consisting of primarily residential real estate, Naugatuck is a great place for couples and families.
Middlebury is a lovely, suburban town in western Connecticut with a population of about 7,500. This relatively quiet town is located just outside of the city of Waterbury CT and many people who live in Middlebury commute into the neighboring metropolitan area for work and school.
Oxford CT is a popular suburban town in southwestern Connecticut and is one of the state’s fastest growing towns since 2000. With a population of about 13,000 and a median household income of $103,000, making it the 26th wealthiest town in the state as of 2010.
Oxford is located about 20 minutes from both New Haven and Bridgeport making it a very popular place to live for those who commute into these cities for school or work.
New Haven is the second largest city in Connecticut and is home to about 900,000 people. It is located about halfway up the Connecticut shoreline along the Long Island Sound, making it one of the state’s most important and economically active coastal cities.
As the home of prestigious Yale University, as well as several other colleges and universities, New Haven is home to a diverse range of people, including students, professors, business people, and families.
The historic city of Waterbury, CT, is located about 40 mins north of New Haven in southwestern Connecticut. Waterbury is the fifth largest city in Connecticut, and while it’s root date back to colonial America, the city rose to prominence in the 1800’s due to its thriving brass industry, hence its nickname, the "Brass City."
In recent years, Waterbury has been recognized for its growing economy and as an excellent place to raise a family. There are also several colleges and universities in the city, including Post University and campuses of the University of Connecticut, University of Bridgeport and Naugatuck Valley Community College.