Nestled among the oak and pine lined roads of Central Connecticut is the historic Town of Hebron. At over 300 years old, Hebron is rich in history but not at all short on contemporary amenities for residents and visitors. For nature-lovers and city-folk alike, Hebron is the perfect combination of suburban and rural lifestyle.
With a population of about 10,000, Hebron retains classic New England small town charm even as it boasts being one of Connecticut’s fastest growing National Register of Historic Towns. Hebron offers serene affordable living options amid a variety of recreational, business, retail and educational opportunities. Enjoy a traffic-free drive along foliage-laden roads (stunning in the Fall season). Enjoy Hebron’s mix of colonial-era and contemporary architecture as you meander through the town’s walkable shopping districts. Hebron residents are active in civic organizations and its thriving municipal services include a full-service post office and state-of-the-art Douglas Library all located in the central corridor of the town. If you’re looking for outdoor adventure Hebron Trails and Gay City State park are minutes away, and you won’t want to miss the events at Maple Fest, a town tradition for over a quarter of a century.