Hebron Community Calendar

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Town Wide Activities

Town Wide Activities

When fall arrives, it’s time for our annual Hebron Harvest Fair at the Lion’s Fairground, the third largest agricultural fair in the State, and winter can’t end until you’ve experienced our Town wide Maple Festival.

Access to Route 2

Access to Route 2

…that is quick and easy, reaching employment and shopping destinations; also there is easy access to nearby UCONN, and more.

Growing Business Districts

Growing Business Districts

A new 130 acre planned mixed-use business district has been created with the cooperation of the Town’s Economic Development Commission, Planning and Zoning Commission and private property owners located next to our existing Hebron Center business district along Main Street. Activity is now occurring with new building facade improvements funded by an economic development grant, and new sidewalk and street trees improvements.

Great Residential Neighborhoods

Great Residential Neighborhoods

Beautiful, safe and varied, incorporating public open space, as well as new cluster and age-restricted housing developments are available.

Public Facilities / Recreation Activities

Public Facilities / Recreation Activities

Expanded Douglas Library, two high-quality Town elementary schools, RHAM regional middle school and high school, new firehouse, new sidewalks and pedestrian trails and gateway improvements in our Town Center, the new Burnt Hill Park – a 170-acre community wide park with active and passive recreational opportunities, a variety of other active and passive recreational opportunities in neighborhood Town parks, the AirLine Trail, a regional rails-to- trails facility, Gay City State Park and State forests and our two public golf courses.

300 Years Young

300 Years Young

A great place to live today with a strong history as our foundation and with a stronger vision for the future!