Looking to move to Ridgefield, CT? Ridgefield is a historic town located in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains in central Fairfield County, Connecticut. It is ranked highest quality of life by Connecticut Magazine based on schools, town services, dining, and entertainment. The town is famed for its charming, quintessential main street which stretches more than a mile lined with stately homes, museums, boutique shops and world class restaurants. Ridgefield is a town where you see local folks running, parents strolling, families walking their dogs, people wandering in and out of shops and enjoying fine restaurants throughout the town. Ridgefield’s population is 24, 638.
Ridgefield is a known supporter of the arts. You can spend the day visiting The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, enjoy local artists’ work displayed at Ridgefield Art Council, Ridgefield Guild of Artists and other groups that support and promote programs in the community. You can catch a movie at the Prospector Theater or see a show with famous musicians and comedians at the Ridgefield Playhouse.
You can spend the day outdoors exploring many parks such as Weir Farm National Historic Park and Nature Preserve (shared with Wilton), Seth Low Pierrepont State Park for boating, fishing, hiking, biking, Bennetts Pond State Park, and Bradley Park has a playground and hosts outdoor concerts throughout the summer. If you’re looking for your furry friend to meet other friends, stop by the Bark Park Dog Park. Ridgefield has many businesses from lawyers, doctors, dentists, therapists, accountants, pharmacies, auto body shops, food establishments, boutique shopping, grocery stores, nature stores, tutoring, lumber yards and the list goes on. It has all the conveniences of a big town wrap up in a small town.
- Town Hall
- Ridgefield Library
- Ridgefield School District
- Parks and Recreation
- Nature and Outdoors
- Ridgefield Historical Society
Ridgefield Book Store
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