Danbury is a city in southwest Connecticut’s Fairfield County. Located on the eastern border of New York state, it serves as a central hub to a number of neighboring towns, including Ridgefield, Bethel, Newtown, Brookfield and New Fairfield in Connecticut, as well as Brewster in New York.

Nicknamed the “Hat City” in the nineteenth century because of its booming hat industry, Danbury is now home to Danbury Hospital, the Danbury Fair Mall and Western Connecticut State University. With plenty of eateries, hiking trails, museums and more, there is much to do for anyone visiting or staying in one of Connecticut’s most populated cities.

CT Ranked 14 on the List of States With the Most Diversity
Wallet Hub did a nationwide study to determine which states have the most and least diversity. To put the list together, they examined 6 dimensions when comparing the 50 states, Socio-economic Diversity, Cultural Diversity, Economic Diversity, Household Diversity, Religious Diversity and Political …
The Danbury Flood of 1869 is a Local Disaster Lost to Time
Most everyone in Danbury knows about, or has heard of the catastrophic Hat City flood of 1955 where 87 people died. But most don't know, it was not the city's first, and the power of the flood of 1869 would be unrivaled almost anywhere. In "The Place You Live" segment that aired …

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