More than 30,000 people currently call the Naugatuck community their home. The area is in the process of a transformation from a historically industrial setting to a destination for families to live, work, and play. Commonly known as “The Rubber City” for its rich history as one of Connecticut’s leading producers of rubber supplies, this town is developing into a fertile location for businesses both big and small. Naugatuck is perfect for growing families, filled with a multitude of volunteer groups, the YMCA center, and a public school system that keeps the community close. Naugatuck High School is well-known throughout the town for game days because of the popularity and success of the sports programs.
Area: 16.4 square miles
Schools: The Naugatuck School System is comprised of eight elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school.
Recreation: Hop Brook, Play Scape Areas, Health Club Facilities, the YMCA, Parks, Senior Center
Tax Data: Mill Rate 31.52
Health Services: Waterbury Hospital Health Center and St. Mary’s Hospital are both only five minutes away
Corporations: Data Comm Leasing Corporation, Crompton Corporation, Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation
Elderly Centers: Assisted Living Communities and Age Restricted Communities