Enfield is a town located in Hartford County, Connecticut. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 45,212. It sits on the border with Massachusetts and the Connecticut River.
Enfield was settled in 1679 by settlers from Salem, Massachusetts.
Enfield was incorporated in Massachusetts in 1683. In 1750, the town seceded and became part of Connecticut. Enfield is home to the U.S. headquarters of Danish plastic game manufacturer LEGO, which is also the town's largest employer. Hallmark Cards is the second-largest employer.Web Sites and Links
Commission on Official Legal PublicationsSupplies legal publications in paper copy and electronic format to state offices, municipalities and the general public, as well as provides printing, reproduction and communications support services to the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch.
District Map of EnfieldShowing 58th and 59th district divisions for the Connecticut General Assembly House of Representatives.
Enfield HawksLocal adult league offers stats, standings and schedule.
Enfield Hockey AssociationYouth sports organization offers information on its programs, history, events, Booster Club and tournaments.
King Street CemeteryHeadstone inscriptions before 1800 from the Hale Collection at the Connecticut State Library.
State Representative Kathleen M. TallaritaDemocratic legislator representing Enfield's 58th Assembly District.
Thompsonville River Index StationReal time graphs and data for river index station located on the Connecticut River. From the US Army Corps of Engineers.
Town of EnfieldInformation on Town services, job openings, economic profile, voting information, education, public health, projects and meetings.