Greetings from Greater New Haven
Getting to Know Greater New Haven
Greater New Haven is comprised of fifteen towns, from Milford to Meriden to Madison and each town has its own personality.

If you decide to visit, please contact the town as coronavirus guidelines may impact availability. This week we head inland for a peek at some quintessentially New England towns.

Stay tuned as we share more about each of our towns over the coming weeks!
Here's a bonus for beer lovers!
North Haven Town Hall
North Haven
North Haven is steeped in history and our citizens have a true sense of spirit, service and civic pride in their community. We all strive to make North Haven a vibrant place to live, work and visit. We are a unique blend of small town living, great schools, retail establishments, restaurants, shopping and services. We continue to focus on our mission to promote our economic growth and minimize the tax burden for our residents. Our goal of targeting new economic opportunities in all areas will continue to strengthen our town financially while bringing more employment opportunities to the area. We remain committed and strong with a bright future here in North Haven.
Wallingford - Paradise Hills Vineyard & Winery
Wallingford is a picturesque New England community. Wallingford provides an excellent school system and is home to Choate Rosemary Hall, a nationally known private preparatory school. Recreational and cultural attractions include the Paul Mellon Arts Center and the Live Nation Oakdale Theater. Wallingford is an attractive community with many shops, great restaurants, wineries, breweries, open space areas and farmland. Town-wide events include Celebrate Wallingford, Season of Celebrations and during the summer, a Farmers Market and Twilight Tunes are weekly events. We are proud of our community - Wallingford is a great place to live, work and visit.
Castle Craig at Hubbard Park
Our city includes 24 square miles with well-preserved geological features, over 3,000 acres of municipally owned park space and 74 different recreational areas. We are located at the “Crossroads of Connecticut” and conveniently located just two hours from New York City and Boston.

Locals and visitors alike enjoy Hubbard Park's 1,802 acres, which is home to Castle Craig.
Travel Advisory
Effective 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, June 24, 2020, anyone traveling into Connecticut, New York, or New Jersey from a state that has a new daily positive test rate higher than 10 per 100,000 residents or a state with a 10% or higher positivity rate over a 7-day rolling average are directed to self-quarantine for a 14-day period from the time of last contact within the identified state. Click here for a list of impacted states.

Travelers will now be required to complete a form upon entry into Connecticut stating their name, date of birth, state of origin, estimated length of stay and location while in Connecticut, as well as contact information. The form is required to be submitted to DPH and can be completed online by visiting
This newsletter is produced in collaboration with the South Central Regional Council of Governments.