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Communities in Connecticut

Madison Community

Established in 1826, the 36 square miles that comprise current day Madison were originally part of the town of Guilford. The expansion of the railroad in the mid 1900’s brought new growth and development to this cozy seashore town, which boasted summer residents and tourism. Now listed on the national register of historic places, Madison thrives as a year round community rich in nature, cultural events, education and recreation.

So, grab your hiking shoes and daypack, kayak or canoe, bicycle or beach chair and enjoy the miles and miles of outdoor activities in this coastal treasure.

Population: 18,620 (approx.)

Area: 36 square miles

Government: Selectman-Town Meeting


  • Town Hall 203-245-5600
  • Scranton Public Library 203-245-7365
  • Recreation 203-245-5623
  • CT Light and Power 1-800-286-2000
  • Comcast Cablevision 1-800-COMCAST
  • Connecticut Water: 1-800-286-5700
  • Southern CT Gas: 1-800-659-8299


  • Board of Education: 203-245-6300
  • Preschool TCLC: 203-245-1078
  • Island Avenue Elementary: 203-245-6450
  • JM Jeffery Elementary: 203-245-6460
  • KH Ryerson Elementary: 203-245-6440
  • Brown Middle School: 203-245-6400
  • Polson Middle School: 203-245-6480
  • Daniel Hand High School: 203-245-6355
  • The Country School preK-8: 203-421-3113

Distance to Major Cities:

Madison is located in southern New England on the I‐95 corridor halfway between New York City and Boston.


  • Long Island Sound- water sports
  • Madison Surf Club-picnicking, swimming
  • Meigs Point Nature Center
  • Hammonasset State Park-salt water fishing, swimming, picnicking, camping and hiking
  • Cockaponset State Forest: Hiking


Killingworth, CT 06419
Phone: 860-663-3338

Cornerstone Construction Services has been building homes in Southeastern Connecticut and along the Connecticut shoreline since 1989.

Prices and features are subject to change without notice.