Trumbull, CT

 

A quick  look ...

Population: 36,018
Size: 23.51 Square Miles
Mill rate: 32.87
Train Stations: None
Public Schools: 6 Elementary, 2 Middle, 1 High School
Private Schools: 4 Elementary, 4 Middle, 3 High Schools


Trumbull, Connecticut, a municipality of enviable, cultivated parks, a superior school system and family-oriented atmosphere that is the quintessence of “Connecticut.” We called upon one of Connecticut area’s foremost real estate professionals, Kim Vartuli, for deeper insight into what makes Trumbull such a special place to call home… 

1. The Community
Trumbull is a vibrant community that has a small town feel, but with the conveniences of a larger city. It prides itself on it being a welcoming, safe and family oriented place to live. It’s access to major highways and the commuter rail service makes getting to New York City, the airports or where ever your travels take you, easy and convenient. From its library system that offers events for young and old to the Trumbull Community Women, to the Rotary Club to the Volunteer Fire Department, there is something for everyone in Trumbull.

Conserving and safeguarding the history and the land that makes up the town of Trumbull is at the heart of the community. The town boasts its own Nature and Art Center committed to protecting and promoting the environment through hands on learning, it’s own Historical Society dedicated to preserving Trumbull’s illustrious past as well as the Nichols Improvement Association, an all volunteer organization that works to preserve the character of the community with family oriented events. It’s these and other organizations that strive to not only keep Trumbull beautiful, but community centric. 

2. Schools
Trumbull partners with its community in creating a rich and challenging learning environment. It seeks to cultivate life-long learners and contributing members of society. Trumbull offers 6 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, within its public school district as well as two high schools including Trumbull High School and the Agriscience and Biotechnology Center where students manage a real farm, complete with livestock. For those looking for a privatized alternative, 5 private schools call Trumbull home; the entire district being voted a 9 out of a possible 10 on GreatSchools.com.

3. Parks and Recreation
Trumbull has the most recreational and open space per capita in the state with 20 public and private parks - each more beautiful than the next. Many of the parks have tennis courts, basketball and volleyball courts, soccer, softball and baseball fields and there are two outdoor swimming pools for town residents to enjoy. There are miles of hiking, walking and biking trails and if that’s not enough, the 104-acre Indian Ledge Park has a BMX bike track, an amphitheater, a woodland roadway and a dog park exclusively available to Trumbull residents. And if golf is your game, there are two golf courses in town, Tashua Glen and Tashua Knolls that will challenge both the beginner and avid golfer.