Ridgefield is a town located in Fairfield County, Connecticut. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 23,643.
The town has a Metro North railroad station called Branchville.
Notable residents of the town, which is a distant New York City suburb, include Caroline Kepcher, an assistant to Donald Trump on the hit NBC Show The Apprentice; author and artist Maurice Sendak, best known for his "Where the Wild Things Are", and Priceline founder Jay Walker. In the past, residents have included JFK advisor Theodore Sorenson, television journalist Morton Dean, Ingersoll Rand President
Web Sites and Links
Ridgefield, ConnecticutGateway to town information, including elected officials, zoning office, parks and recreation, library, town news, and community center.
The Ridgefield PressOnline edition, including news and general information about the community.