Welcome to Trumbull!
Trumbull Homes and Neighborhoods
A suburban bedroom community, Trumbull occupies 23.5 square miles and is home to approximately 35,000 residents.From January 1, 2010- August 31, 2010, 181 single family homes were sold in Trumbull with the least expensive selling for $128,000, and the most expensive selling for $900,000. The average sale price was $397,632. Trumbull's neighborhoods include Tashua, Nichols, Long Hill, Daniels Farm, Hillandale, Canoe Brook Lake, Pinewood Lake, and the Trumbull Town Center and Town Hall areas.
Approximately 94% of Trumbull's housing is single family. There are eight condominium complexes scattered around town and an additional seven age-restricted (55 and over) communities. Click here for more information onTrumbull condos. Click here for more information on senior housing.
Trumbull Public Schools
Trumbull's public school system consists of one high school, an alternate high school, two middle schools and six elementary schools. Click on the Strategic School Profile to learn more about Trumbull Public Schools. Click here for Trumbull Public Schools test scores.
Trumbull is also home to Trumbull Loves Children, one of Connecticut's largest before and after school programs. Click here for more information on Trumbull Loves Children (TLC).
Trumbull Parks and Recreation
Trumbull residents have access to over 1400 acres of park land, Tashua Knolls 18 hole golf course, Tashua Glen 9 hole par 33 executive course, 2 outdoor pools and one indoor pool, more than 20 tennis courts, basketball and volleyball courts, and numerous lacrosse, baseball and soccer fields scattered throughout the town.
Local teens enjoy the Teen Center located in the Barn at Indian Ledge Park, as well as Teen Nights at the two local outdoor pools. In addition, the Trumbull Youth Commission provides educational, recreational and cultural programs for the youth of the town with After-school Enrichment Programs, Pre-school programs, and Summer Enrichment programs.
In addition, the town has an ampitheater stage with an adjacent field that can accomodate seating for 8,000. In recent years, bands such as Chicago and the Beach Boys performed at the ampitheater to the delight of town residents.
The bike and hiking trails of Trumbull's Pequonnock River Valley State Park attracts visitors from around the state. Click here for more information. In addition, there is a BMX bike course at Indian Ledge Park.
There are four shopping areas in Trumbull: the Westfield Mall, Town Hall Plaza, Trumbull Center and Hawley Lane. Westfield Mall retailers include Macys, Lord and Taylor, the Gap, Eddie Bauer, Abercrombie, Ann Taylor, JCPenney and many others . Target, Kohls, Best Buy and Home Goods are the major retailers at the Hawley Lane Mall. Super Stop and Shop is located at Town Hall Plaza, and Porricellis Food Market is located in Trumbull Center.