For all the demographic details on Groton, including:
view the Groton Town Profile. Demographic profiles are provided by the Connecticut Economic Resource Center (CERC), a nonprofit corporation and public-private partnership.
The Town of Groton is proud of its fiscal strength and business oriented government. Our Comprehensive Annual Financial Report provides all the details you need to understand our revenues, expenditures and government profile.
Groton’s Geographic Information System (GIS) is on line and available to you.Our system provides:
Town of Groton: A Guide to Town Government is designed to help citizens of Groton better understand their system of government. It is intended to serve as a general reference work useful to the citizen over the years. As such, it purposefully excludes references to the personnel currently serving as town officials. Click here to view the complete guide.
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We’re easy to get to, communicate with and ship from. Groton is on I-95 and has easy access to I-395 as well. We’re also on Amtrak’s NE Corridor halfway between New York City and Boston MA with 2 stations just minutes away. The world is close, there’s 2 major airports near-by, TF Green (45 miles) and Bradley International (65 miles). The Groton/New London airport located in Groton is a jet friendly general aviation and charter air facility. The Providence and Worcester freight railroad services the town with spurs and access to cross country routes. Groton is on the Thames River and there are deep water facilities for ocean shipping. We’re in the middle of a huge market that includes the New York City and Boston MA metropolitan areas; Providence, RI and Hartford and New Haven, CT.
Our infrastructure is oriented to support your business. Groton is wired for business success, we have a world class municipal utility that has successfully powered major industries for over 50 years and in addition to electricity provides water, cable TV, High Speed Internet Access and Digital Phone service. Many parts of the town are served by Connecticut Light and Power (CL&P) a major public utility in the state. Groton has 7 banks and 3 credit unions, over 1000 hotel rooms, 2 conference centers (1400 and 850 max persons each) and a major health center that provides emergency care, outpatient surgery, lab, x-ray and imaging facilities, physical rehabilitation and occupational health services to keep you and your workforce healthy. In addition there are several major hospitals close-by.