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The beautiful town of Bethany in south central Connecticut covers 21.6 square miles and is home to approximately 5,500 residents. Bethany was first settled in 1717 but it was not until May 1832 before Bethany separated from Woodbridge to become incorporated as a town. This slightly remote, sparsely populated, residential town retains its rural character. There is some dairying and agriculture. The town is dotted with wooded areas, streams and over 6,000 acres of open space.

Midway between New Haven and Waterbury on Routes 63 and 69. Characteristics: rural, mostly agricultural and residential with some light industry. There are no municipal water or sewer services. Bethany Community School, grades K through 6 located at 44 Peck Road is the elementary School for approximately 400 students. Regional District #5, Amity Middle School is on Luke Hill Road in Bethany, and Amity High School is located in neighboring Woodbridge.


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