Montville is a town located in New London County, Connecticut. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 18,546.
The villages of Chesterfield, Mohegan, Oakdale and Uncasville are also incorporated as part of the Town of Montville.
Web Sites and Links
A Museum's Many MilesArticle by Carolyn Battista on a tiny museum in the Uncasville section that chronicles Indian history in Montville.
Connecticut Town Histories: MontvilleReprint from the Connecticut Historical Collection by John Warner Barbour, orginally published in 1836.
Holy Family PrioryMinistry of the Federated Orthodox Catholic Churches.
Microtel Inn & SuitesInformation on room options, special promotions, amenities and area attractions. Located in the Uncasville section of town.
Montville Fair Agricultural FairAnnual event with competitions, livestock exhibitions and entertainment.
Nature's ArtFamily oriented activity center featuring activities with fossils, lifesize dinosaurs, gems, rocks and minerals.
Richard Hustad MillerGeneral practitioner located in the Uncasville section of town.
Saint Thomas More SchoolCatholic college preparatory boarding school for boys in grades eight through postgraduate which admits students of any religion, race, national or ethnic origin.
Town of MontvilleMunicipal page for the Town of Montville, sponsored by the State of Connecticut Municipal Public Access Initiative.