Areas that are not officially towns

 

There are many areas within the state of Connecticut that do not appear in the list of Cities/Towns on search screens and in Add/Edit because they are not recognized as being their own separate town.  They are generally villages or neighborhoods within a recognized town.

The most common ones are:

  • Mystic (village within the town of Groton)
  • Old Mystic (village within the town of Stonington)
  • Rowayton (village within the town of Norwalk)
  • Southport (village within the town of Fairfield)
  • Old Greenwich  (village within the town of Greenwich)
  • Cos Cob  (village within the town of Greenwich)
  • Falls Village (village within the town of Canaan)

 

Having its own zip code or post office does not automatically make an area its own separate town.

 

Click here for a full list of all of the towns within the state of Connecticut.  If you do not see the area you are looking for in this list, it is not recognized as its own town.

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