Ridgefield, CT

Nestled along the western edge of Fairfield County, the Town of Ridgefield is bordered by Westchester on the west and by Bethel and the city of Danbury on the north.  It retains the charm and picturesque beauty of a New England village – but has always kept pace with the times, having evolved into a thriving center of culture, art, and shopping with an abundance of residential opportunities.

The first thing you will notice when you visit Ridgefield is the sense of community that predominates.  Ridgefield is a dynamic combination of people, history, culture, and environment.  From the bustling shops on Main Street to the quiet country roads on the town’s borders, Ridgefield offers its own unique view of the way life should be.

Ridgefield’s landscape encompasses 35 square miles of wooded, rolling hills dotted with numerous freshwater ponds and streams.  The center of this colonial town revolves around its Main Street, which is thought by many visitors and residents alike to be the most beautiful in all New England.

The town is well known for its outstanding day care and K-12 educational system and a fine public library offering a year-round schedule of special events and programs.

Click here to go to the Ridgefield town website