Southbury is a pleasant town offering families, singles and seniors opportunities to enjoy a vigorous lifestyle in a quiet, stunning and carefully planned community along Interstate 84.
Located in the western region of New Haven County, Southbury covers about 40 square miles. Reminding visitors and residents of Southbury's prosperous past are historic villages, museums, homes and memorials, also including its important place as an encampment site for heroes from the Revolutionary War, as well as a shady summer getaway for noteworthy literary figures.
Heritage Village, located in Southbury, is one of the first largest and significantly successful age-restricted condominium communities in the Northeast. Southbury features several unique and amenity-filled housing preferences for older adults, along with a thriving senior center.
Camping, hiking and fishing are offered at Kettletown State Park. Lake Zoar includes a boat launch and beach on the shore and serves town locals and several visitors from nearby communities. Southbury has numerous town parks and land trust properties along winding rivers, as well as the Bent of the River Audubon, which is a sanctuary for birds and other wildlife.
Southbury students attend Regional School District 15, along with Middlebury.
|Population Growth (since 2010)||-0.09 %|
|Population Density (people / sq. mile)||510.0|
|Household Size (people)||2.33|
|Households w/ Children||27.86 %|
|Annual Residential Turnover||6.86 %|
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GAINFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
ROCHAMBEAU MIDDLE SCHOOL
POMPERAUG REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
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