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Overview for Trumbull, CT

35,808 people live in Trumbull, where the median age is 42.5 and the average individual income is $51,688.75. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

42.5 years

Median Age


Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.


Average individual Income

Demographics and Employment Data for Trumbull, CT

Trumbull has 11,914 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Trumbull do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 35,808 people call Trumbull home. The population density is 1,540.15 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population


Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.


Median Age

49.66 / 50.34%

Men vs Women

Population by Age Group


0-9 Years


10-17 Years


18-24 Years


25-64 Years


65-74 Years


75+ Years

Education Level

  • Less Than 9th Grade
  • Associate Degree
  • Bachelor Degree

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Commute Time

0 to 14 Minutes
15 to 29 Minutes
30 to 59 Minutes
60+ Minutes

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The following schools are within or nearby Trumbull. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

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Welcome to Trumbull

Offering the most parks and recreational spaces in Connecticut

Families are drawn to the highly desirable yet affordable community of Trumbull. Named the number one small town in Connecticut by Nerd Wallet, Trumbull has plenty to offer families and individuals alike.

Homes in Trumbull are mostly single-family homes on ¼ acre to 1 plus acre parcels of land.  Homes here feature countless upgrades and premium offerings with many homeowners taking great pride in their properties and homes as they enjoy the wonderful community that surrounds them.  Many homes are large two-story Colonial-style homes and sprawling ranch-style homes, perfect for families of any size as well as smaller “starter” homes located in friendly neighborhoods where trick or treating and block parties abound.

There are also trendy condominiums and townhome communities offering the highest level of comfort and convenience.

What to Love

  • Large spacious homes for any size families

  • More parks and recreational spaces than in any other community in Connecticut

  • Easy access to premium shopping and dining accommodations

  • A strong sense of community pride

  • Named the best small town to live in Connecticut

  • Two town public pools

  • Fabulous recreation opportunities for residents

  • Award winning schools, year round youth recreation, arts, and music programs, and before, after, and summer camp options for children 

  • Ability to purchase beach passes from neighboring communities.  Trumbull residents, being within a “land locked” town, can purchase beach stickers and enjoy beaches within 15 minutes of Trumbull.

Local Lifestyle

The city of Trumbull is an ideal place to raise a family. There are great schools, fantastic dining opportunities, shopping options, beautiful houses, and a warm and welcoming community vibe. Residents of the city enjoy a friendly suburban community with plenty of space to grow and lots of opportunities to enjoy community events.

Tucked in a colonial village settled in 1630 and established as The Town of Trumbull in 1797, homes in Trumbull range in age from historic and antique homes originally built in the mid 1700’s to new construction homes being built today.  Though many of the homes here are in fantastic master-planned communities, there are also a number of traditional Cape Cod, Colonial, and ranch-style homes offering friendly neighborhoods and communities. All homes have access to one of Trumbull’s 5 award winning elementary schools, 2 middle schools, and the celebrated Trumbull High School where awards for academic, athletic, artistic, and musical achievements abound.  Children in Trumbull enjoy an all-inclusive, diverse community where the individual and their achievement is celebrated and accepted regardless of their race, religion, orientation, or national heritage.  Trumbull residents know no restrictions and welcome all neighbors while celebrating our differences as we embrace a community of inclusiveness.

Master-planned communities offer an array of comforts and conveniences that draw residents to these fantastic communities. Purchasing one of the older homes could be just as rewarding, however, because many of these have been updated with every modern convenience and comfort.  Additionally, residents enjoy the financial reward of investing in homes needing improvement as Trumbull’s strong real estate market rewards homeowner’s upgrades with strong increases to property values.  

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

Ecco Wine Bar and Restaurant offers guests an elevated Italian dining experience and a variety of fine wine options. Located right on Main Street, this is a great place for a quiet, romantic dinner. For steak, seafood, and refined American cuisine, visit Prime One Eleven. Dinner is served in a casual yet modern and chic dining room. For more classic chophouse fare, visit the stylish parker. Steaks and Scotch.

Add some green to your space with a visit to The Home Depot on Trumbull's northside. The garden center offers a wide range of plants for indoors and outdoors. Make your home feel like home by adding some color to your landscaping or air-cleansing foliage inside.  

A short drive to the southern part of town offers more than 160 shops, restaurants, and vendors in one location. Westfield Mall is a shopper's paradise with many premium options.

Things to Do

Being a town with abundant parks, there are basketball, pickleball, tennis, pools, sprinkler parks, bike paths, and playgrounds in abundance throughout the town.  You can have some fun at Twin Brooks Park, which features a playground, trails, a natural swimming area, and a dog park. Robert G. Beach Memoria Park provides a public pool, sprinkler park, concession stand, trails, ice skating, and camping.  Tashua Knolls Recreation Center has many options, including a public golf course, basketball and tennis courts, and a pool.  Additionally while you are at Westfield Shopping Center, you can check out the Sea Quest aquarium located right in the mall.  For year round fun, check out Indian Ledge Park which features, BMX bike trails, sledding hills, Bocce Court, and an amphitheater which hosts events, movies, and concerts all summer long! 

Nature enthusiasts will love exploring the scenic Rails to Trails trail network that follows the Pequonnock River Valley through the heart of Trumbull with two access points with parking for Trumbull residents on Whitney and Tait Road Parking Areas. Part of a national program to repurpose disused and abandoned railway tracks, this network of trails is dog and mountain-bike friendly. These trails are perfect for hikers, runners, and bikers of all skill levels while also offering wonderful fishing and picnic sites.

The arts are an important part of the town fabric.  Trumbull provides Trumbull Arts Sunday Afternoon Concert Series at Sundays at 4 pm at the Town Hall Gazebo.   At 10:00 am on on Tuesdays, little ones and families can enjoy Children Concerts at Twin Brooks Park.  And on Tuesdays at 7:00 pm, grab your lawn chair and come and enjoy the Concert Series at the Town Hall Gazebo.  

The Trumbull Tourism Map gives you a birds eye view of all the wonderful spots for arts, entertainment, and fun!
Community events like our annual Trumbull Day are a great way to learn more about the community and get to know your neighbors.  The whole family can enjoy rides, food, local vendors, and entertainment.  There are also many other events held throughout the Spring and Summer from Farmer’s Markets to concerts to arts festivals.

Recreation Department

The Trumbull Tourism Map gives you a birds eye view of all the wonderful spots for arts, entertainment, and fun!

​​​​​​​The Trumbull Park and Recreation Department also offers our residents many programs including educational, swimming, athletic, arts, children camps, and recreation leagues for everything from summer softball to basketball.  Residents need just register with the town and then they can open up the myriad of opportunities provided by this active community!


Students in Trumbull attend schools that are part of the Trumbull Public School District or one of the area's fine private schools.

  • Daniels Farm School, Grades K-5, Public  - See Homes in Daniel’s Farm  For Sale Here

  • Tashua School, Grades K-5, Public - See Homes for Sale in TashuaHere 

  • Frenchtown Elementary School, Grades K-5, Public - See homes for sale in Frenchtown Here.

  • Jane Ryan Elementary School, Grades K-5, Public - See homes for sale in Jane Ryan Here

  • Middlebrook Elementary School, See homes for sale in Middlebrook Here

  • Madison Middle School 

  • Hillcrest Middle School

  • Trumbull High School, Grades 9-12, Public

  • Christian Heritage School, Grades K-12, Private

  • Saint Joseph's High School, Grades 9-12, Private

Plus Trumbull’s TLC, Inc. offers terrific Before, Afterschool, and Summer Programs  

Trumbull Loves Children, Inc. is one of Connecticut’s best before and after school programs serving children year-round with locations throughout Trumbull.  TLC is a not-for-profit organization with 501(c)(3) status providing a safe and fun learning environment for the children of Trumbull’s working parents.  TLC has rooms at each of the elementary schools for their before and after school programs. Additionally, TLC’s camp choices are specifically designed to meet the needs of each child's age: TLC Camp K-2nd, TLC Camp 3rd-5th. TLC Half Day Camp is offered to children (K to 5th grade) attending Summer Explorations. Locations of these camps are based on school availability. Registration begins in March for the Camp programs.  Parents can choose from a full-time 5 day program or a part-time 2 or 3 day program. Their summer camps are very popular and enrollment is on a first come first served basis. TLC Camp typically begins at the end of June (dependent upon the official last day of school). Be sure to visit their TLC Camp page for more information.

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