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RockyHill_Horizontal_300Welcome to Rocky Hill. Rocky Hill is a suburban community of 21,000 residents located along the banks of the Connecticut River in central Connecticut. We are located just two hours from both Boston and New York City and eight miles south of Hartford. Access is provided directly from Interstate 91 while Bradley International Airport is a twenty minute drive. While Rocky Hill is primarily a residential community, we are home to 1,300 business establishments employing over 18,000 people.  Our location within both central Connecticut and New England, places residents and businesses within 500 miles of one third of the U.S. economy and two thirds of the Canadian economy. 

From our six business parks to Dinosaur State Park, to the historic Rocky Hill-Glastonbury Ferry (the country’s oldest continuously operating ferry), to our hundreds of acres of preserved farmlands, Rocky Hill continues to encourage growth and community reinvestment without sacrificing our home town atmosphere.  Through prudent management, we maintain a low tax rate and a continuing commitment to our citizens and businesses while maintaining an exemplary education system and a high quality of life.

Rocky Hill. Make new history here…

Businesses seeking a central New England location along with a focus on hi-tech advanced manufacturing and a highly educated & skilled workforce should contact the Economic Development Office at (860)258-7717 or rcarpentino@rockyhillct.gov.

Contact Information

logo6    Town of Rocky Hill
    761 Old Main St.
    Rocky Hill, CT      

Raymond Carpentino
Director of Economic Development


EMAIL:  rcarpentino@rockyhillct.gov
PHONE:  860-258-7717   (office)
  860-982-5256    (cell)
FAX:   860-258-7638
HOURS: Monday- Friday 
  8:30am - 4:30pm


    

  
                    

        

   
                     






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