A town of approximately 10,000 residents, Weston boasts a rich history, dating back to the Paugussett Indian tribe; a nationally recognized school system, all on one campus; a vibrant senior activities center; a bustling village hub— which includes a food market, pharmacy, restaurant, bank service station, and post office; an ‘up to the minute’ library; town parks—including Bisceglie-Scribner Park with a 22-station fitness trail, swimming pond, and playing fields, and the 42-acre Lachat Town Farm; nature preserves—including Devil’s Den, with over 20 miles of trails and Trout Brook Valley; and a recreation department that addresses the interests of all ages.
An eclectic mix of residents, which adds to its cultural liveliness, 83% of its residents, 25 and older, hold a bachelor’s degree or more.
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Weston was lovingly described in an article in the New York Times by Lisa Prevost:
Weston, Conn.: Quiet and Wooded, With Top-Notch Schools.