Montville Center (Montville), New London County, Connecticut

Montville Center: Town in New London County, Connecticut, United States

About

Montville is a town located in the county of New London in the U.S. state of Connecticut. Its population at the 2010 census was 19,571 and a population density of 171 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 18,463 inhabitants.

The town was created 236 years ago in 1785.

Quick Facts about Montville

Population : 18,463 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Connecticut (United States)
County : New London County
Phone Area Codes : 860
Area : 114.4 km2
Altitude : 374 feet / 114, 335 meters
Establishment : January 01, 1786 (236 years ago)
Time Zone : Eastern Time Zone
Local time : 01:48:17 (1st December 2022)
Postal code : 06353
Density : 161 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : -6% (2010-2020)
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Geography

Montville is located at 41°28'44"N 72°9'4"W (41.4789900, -72.1511900).

Montville Center map

Demographics

According to census records, the population of Montville decreased by 6% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 19,571 - census
2011 19,673 0.52% estimation process
2012 19,664 -0.05% estimation process
2013 19,683 0.1% estimation process
2014 19,551 -0.68% estimation process
2015 19,233 -1.65% estimation process
2016 19,121 -0.59% estimation process
2017 18,766 -1.89% estimation process
2018 18,655 -0.6% estimation process
2019 18,508 -0.79% estimation process
2020 18,463 -0.24% estimation process

Montville zip code is 06353. County name: New London, County fips: 09011

People born in Montville (9)

People born in Montville, including lawyer, real estate developer and politician James Hillhouse, neurologist George Miller Beard, baseball player, coach, manager Ned Hanlon, .

List

  • James Albert Gary (American politician (1833-1920)) he was born in 22/10/1833
  • Oliver H. Prince (American politician) he was born in 01/01/1787
  • Sidney Frank (American businessman and philanthropist) he was born in 02/10/1919
  • Matt Kobyluck (Native American racing driver and developer) he was born in 19/02/1970
  • Giles Bishop (American photographer) he was born in 15/07/1826
  • Charles W. Comstock (American attorney and judge (1858-1917)) he was born in 08/10/1858

Schools in Montville

College & universities near Montville, CT

Code Name City ZIP
129808 Three Rivers Community College Norwich (CT) 06360

Stations (21)

Amtrak & bus stations near Montville, CT

Code Name Address Type
FOX Foxwoods Casino, Connecticut 39 Norwich Westerley Rd. BUS
NLC New London Union Station 27 Water Street RAIL
MYS Mystic station 2 Roosevelt Avenue RAIL
OSB Old Saybrook station 455 Boston Post Road RAIL
WLY Westerly station 14 Railroad Avenue RAIL

Post offices near Montville

Post Office Name City ZIP
Oakdal Post Office Oakdale (CT) 06370

Other cities in New London County

Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in New London County , CT. (more)

City Name Population Title
Norwich 38,619 City in Connecticut, USA
Groton 38,258 Town in Connecticut
New London 26,870 City in Connecticut, United States
Colchester 15,774 Town in the U.
Ledyard 14,579 Town of the United States
Old Lyme 7,280 Town in New London County, Connecticut, United States
Lebanon 7,112 Town in New London County, Connecticut, United States
Pawcatuck 5,624 City in Connecticut, United States of America
North Stonington 5,197 City in New London County, Connecticut, United States of America
Preston City 5,000 Town in New London County, Connecticut, United States
Lisbon 4,238 Town in Connecticut, USA
Long Hill 4,205 Census designated place
Mystic 4,205 Village in Connecticut
Salem 4,083 Town in New London County, Connecticut, United States
Old Mystic 3,554 Village in the United States
Jewett City 3,396 City in Griswold, Connecticut, United States of America

Distance to Other Cities

Montville distances to largest Connecticut cities