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Waterbury (New Haven County) CT
Town Hall: 235 Grand Street, Waterbury CT 06702
Main Phone: (203) 574-6800
Online: http://waterburyct.org

Geography & History
Founded in 1639, Stratford is a community rich in history and abundant natural beauty. Situated on Long Island Sound, and bounded to the east by the Housatonic River, Stratford has long viewed its waterfront as an important natural resource. The Town's location on Long Island Sound affords residents and visitors alike with two public bathing beaches, five marinas, several fishing piers and two public boat-launching facilities.

Within an hour's drive of New York City, Stratford is the easternmost town in Fairfield County-Connecticut's Gold Coast. Major highways such as I-95, Route 8/25 and the Merritt Parkway bisect Stratford, and provide convenient access to the entire Northeast corridor. The deep water harbor of neighboring Bridgeport provide excellent docking and terminal facilities for either domestic or overseas shipping, in addition to ferry passenger service to Long Island. Sikorsky Memorial Airport, located in the Lordship section of Stratford, remains a hub of corporate activity and provides commuter service to other cities in the northeast. Rail service provided by Metro North with connections to Amtrak further round out an excellent array of transportation choices.

Population & Demographics
Stratford, Connecticut, at 18.7 square miles, is home to nearly 50,000 residents. In 2004, the median age was 41 and the median household income was nearly $60,000. The median housing cost was $133,000.

Parks & Recreation
The diversity of Stratford's natural resources is as rich as its cultural heritage, ranging from the 250-acre, town-owned Roosevelt Forest to the Great Meadows Salt Marsh, one of the largest unditched salt marshes remaining in New England and now a portion of the Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge. Stratford is host to a variety of cultural attractions as well, including the Shakespeare Theatre and Boothe Memorial Park, a municipally-owned park and museum showcasing an assortment of architecturally-unique structures and vast collection of Americana.

Top Employers - Stratford CT
The following are the top employers within Stratford, CT
• Sikorsky Aircraft Corp.
• Dresser Instrument
• Uniter Parcel Service
• William B. Meyer
• Dainon Systems, Inc.




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