Connecticut offers a quality of life that is second to none. Its unique cultural and historic diversity and maritime heritage embraces a thriving arts scene that includes award-winning theater, opera, ballet, concerts and many nationally ranked museums and art galleries. It offers sports and recreation for all seasons, from skiing and golfing to boating and kayaking. Some of the nation’s most prestigious universities and Ivy League schools are located here. Travelers enjoy an efficient network of interstate highways that link the major metropolises of Boston, New York and Providence with major Connecticut cities.
Trumbull is a beautiful, vital community established in 1797 and located in the hilly country in the watershed of the Pequonnock River. Trumbull is a family-oriented community with an outstanding school system and recreational facilities, and is a pleasant residential community that has a wonderful character and charm. Widely recognized as an ideal environment for raising a family, Trumbull’s residents embody the hardworking enthusiasm and energy that built its thriving community. Involved in local affairs and devoted to retaining Trumbull’s small town feel and graceful charm, Trumbull’s citizens hold seats on more boards and municipal commissions than nearly any other town in Connecticut. And Trumbull is flourishing—more than 50% of its residences, all single-family homes, have been built in the last 30 years. The town benefits from an upwardly mobile population whose commitment to families creates numerous cultural and educational opportunities existing for young people.
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