At the suggestion of a local leader, we’re asking East Windsor residents and business owners what do you like about your town?
With a population of 11,162, according to the 2010 census, and a total area of 26.8 miles, East Windsor is located between Enfield, Ellington, South Windsor and Windsor Locks. It is just east of the Connecticut River, and its three major roads are, I-91, Route 140 and Route 5.
Your town is made up of five villages; Broad Brook, Warehouse Point, Melrose, Windsorville and Scantic. It was founded in 16th century and incorporated in 1768.
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The East Windsor Public Schools system has about 1,600 students who attend , and . There are churches that date back to the 1700s.
While located near , East Windsor has its own general aviation airport, . Here is a list of the Top Ten Taxpayers.
The are numerous farms in town, an industrial park, shopping centers, and plans for commercial corridors on Routes 5 and 140.
Do you spend time in its parks, walk along the Scantic River or fish or boat in the Connecticut River? Are you a member of the numerous organizations in town?