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Wilton at a Glance

A complementary mix of residential, commercial and undeveloped sites make up the town of Wilton, located in the heart of mid-Fairfield County. Originally a part of Norwalk, Wilton became its own parish in 1726 and was granted a Town Charter by the state in 1802.

The 26.8-square mile town, approximately 17,280 acres which represents 4.1% of the entire area of Fairfield County, is bordered by Norwalk, Ridgefield, New Canaan and Weston, and sits 55 miles from New York City. Routes 7, 33 and 106 run through town,
and the Danbury Branch of the Metro-North Railroad s New Haven line stops here as well.

Town Profile
Approximately 18,145 residents live in Wilton, with an average age of 42 years and an average family per capita income of $155,261. Most homes are single family, though there are condominiums, apartments and assisted care housing.

Wilton is a balanced mix of small and large business activity amid quiet, rural landscapes. Wilton has 1,336 businesses in the following sectors: 379 retail, 369 professional services, 119 construction, 165 business services, 71 finance/insurance, 49 agricultural, 24 manufacturing, 160 other – (transportation, real estate, utilities, wholesale, communications).

Wilton’s famous residents have included 19th century Impressionist painter J. Alden Weir, award winning sculptor Mahonri Young, famed portraitist Germain G. Glidden, artist Johnny Gruelle, poet Sophie Cabot Black, author Robert Sidney Bowen, cartoonist Chance Browne, jazz musician Dave Brubeck; actors David Canary, Paul Dano, Charles Grodin, Joe Pantoliano, Christopher Walken, Chris Elliott, June Havoc; rock guitarist Ace Frehley, Patty Hearst, writer Ira Levin, US Olympic Soccer Team player Kristine Lilly, ESPN baseball analyst Steve Phillips artist Charles E. Pont Randy Rasmussen of the New York Jets.

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