Only a short commute away are Connecticut's major business and commercial areas, Hebron is in the ideal location.
Hebron diligently preserves its tranquil country lifestyle, and remains a quaint farming village much the same as at the time of its establishment in 1708. The result of this quiet rural charm with urban excitement in reach is a rapid residential growth. Hebron is a favorite among professionals working in Hartford and other local metropolitan centers.
Hebron's gentle rolling hills feature perfect nooks for homes of many styles and sizes. Attractive older homes, newer construction and fresh condominium developments offer options to suit the tastes of all residents.
Students have the option of two local elementary schools, and continue on to a junior high school and a senior high school in town. Students from the neighboring towns of Marlborough and Andover also attend the high school, a part of Regional School District 8.
Approximately 2,000 acres of land in Hebron are protected by the state of Connecticut, resulting is breath taking scenery and near limitless outdoor adventure right in town. Two beaches and a public park maintained by the stat, offer citizens fun in all seasons.
|Population Growth (since 2010)||1.01 %|
|Population Density (people / sq. mile)||264.9|
|Household Size (people)||2.84|
|Households w/ Children||41.60 %|
|Annual Residential Turnover||4.03 %|
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HEBRON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
GILEAD HILL SCHOOL
RHAM MIDDLE SCHOOL
RHAM HIGH SCHOOL
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