Guided by its motto, Pride in our Past, Faith in our Future, Trumbull is a vibrant community of more than 35,000 citizens that combines small-town New England character and charm with extensive retail, commercial, and light manufacturing activity.
Comprised of 23.3 square miles in Fairfield County, Trumbull is enhanced by over 1,400 acres of parkland with varying terrain from historic mineralogical Old Mine Park to hiking and bike trails through beautiful Connecticut countryside, Trumbull affords its residents a high quality of life.
Devoted to the preservation of its family-oriented atmosphere, Trumbull has long been blessed with a heterogeneous array of vigorous civic, religious, and community organizations and a host of active volunteers. A variety of town departments care for the full range of its citizens' interests and needs, for example, ranging from a Library System with active programming that operates out of two locations… to its Youth Department and Teen Center… to its Senior Center and Stern Village elder housing. There are nearly 30 houses of worship and a variety of affiliated elementary and secondary schools, which strengthen the fabric of the community and add to its diversity.