About Ridgefield, CT
Ridgefield is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut of about 25,000 people spread over 35 square miles.
Ridgefield has always been known for its historic features from the tree-lined Main Street with its late Victorian and Colonial buildings, to its many churches and historic buildings which have been restored. The town retains a quiet elegance and, because of the strong planning and zoning department, has maintained much of the 19th and early 20th century charm.
Ridgefield also has its fair share of open-spaces and outdoor facilities such as the Silver Spring Country Club and the town’s numerous parks. Other recreational facilities include the Ridgefield Parks and Rec. and the Ridgefield Library.
Today the town is a vibrant, high-energy community, with well known restaurants, famous museums, and a sense of history and purpose. The town attracts many executives who commute to New York City as well as those who work for the many companies headquartered in Stamford and other business oriented towns. The town also has exceptional schools making it a great place to raise a family.
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