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Town of North Haven

North Haven is steeped in history and their citizens have a true sense of spirit, service and civic pride in their community. It is a vibrant place to live, work and visit, a unique blend of small town living, great schools, retail establishments, restaurants, shopping and services.  The Town remains a desirable location for families and businesses with nearly 200 acres of park land and a beautiful town green which is a host to many town festivals and events.   Visit the Town of North Haven's website here.

Centrally located, Connecticut Route 15, the Wilbur Cross Parkway, passes through North Haven as does U.S. Route 5 and Connecticut Routes 10, 17 and 22.  North Haven is accessible from three full interchanges and two partial interchanges to Interstate 91.  In addition, the Route 40 Connector provides a vital link between the center of North Haven, I-91 and Route 10 in the Mount Carmel Section of Hamden.

Passenger service is provided by Amtrak and The New-Hartford-Springfield Line.  Interstate and intrastate buses and trucking companies provide freight and passenger services as well and the Tweed/New Haven Airport is located 10 miles away on the New Haven/East Haven city lines.  North Haven is proud to have been included in Money Magazine's top 100 places to live in the USA in 2007.

There is a diverse commercial tax base including large and small manufacturers, distributors of food, beverage and industrial products, retail centers, entertainment and restaurants. North Haven has many industrial parks, including the Mersick Industrial Park; the Wharton Industrial Park; and the Leonardo Drive Industrial Park to name a few.

Increased economic activity with the addition of the new Amazon facility and population growth in the New Haven area combine to make North North Haven a desirable residential suburb.