Towns – Plymouth

Plymouth Connecticut 06782

Plymouth CT Town Travel Business Information

Litchfield Connecticut Region MapWelcome to Plymouth, Connecticut. Incorporated in 1795, the Town of Plymouth owes its beginnings to the foresight of such manufacturers as Eli Terry, Seth Thomas, and Silas Hoadley. The manufacture of clocks first gave Plymouth national recognition. Eventually, Seth Thomas moved from Plymouth Center to Plymouth Hollow (now Thomaston) to continue the trade. Eli Terry, Jr. carried the Terry name eastward to (now) Terryville where clocks, and beginning in 1830 locks, were manufactured through harnessing the power of the Pequabuck River. The latter enterprise became known as the Eagle Lock Company, which enjoyed a worldwide reputation and employed some 1,800 persons at its peak.

Today Plymouth includes the hamlets and villages known as; Terryville, Pequabuck, and East Plymouth. Plymouth Reservoir is located north of Route 6 which travels from Plymouth to Bristol.

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Plymouth Connecticut Town Guide


Incorporated: 1795
County: Litchfield
Plymouth, CT Population:
2010: 12,183

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 41.3959
Longitude: -73.0135

Plymouth CT Local Information
Plymouth Police Dispatch: 860-589-7779
Plymouth Fire Department: 860-583-6509
Ambulance Service: 860-589-2313
Town Hall Telephone: 860-585-4000

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