The 35-square-mile town of Ridgefield in southwestern Connecticut is situated along the New York border. Distinguished as the state’s “Number One Town” by Connecticut Magazine, Ridgefield is the epitome of a picturesque, progressive New England village. Seemingly untouched by time, the town is a study in quiet charm and elegant architecture.

Many of the magnificent older homes in Ridgefield are sprawling estates with wide porches that are surrounded by large shade trees. Served by commuter rail, Ridgefield is popular with those employed in the New York metropolitan region. Good schools, majestic architecture, the Wooster Mountain State Park, superb cultural development, and endless recreational opportunities combine for an unrivaled quality of life.

The neighboring community of Redding adds more options for upscale suburban living. The close proximity of this small haven to the communities of Ridgefield and Fairfield and their expanded amenities make it even more attractive.

Town Government

Regional Chamber of Commerce