The town name of Bozrah is unique among cities and towns across the U.S.
In 1659 the first settlers arrived in Bozrah. They incorporated the area into the 86th town in the state of Connecticut in 1786.
The community is small with a quiet country appeal. It boasts a business friendly climate and easy access to key routes in the state.
Bozrah residents take pride in their rural environment and traditions. Houses are a mixture of both old and newer single-family homes.
There is a quality public school system with strong community involvement. The parks department takes an active role in supervising organized sports and summer playgrounds.