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This page contains links to facilities and services in the Town of Hamden. 

Feel free to let us know if you think we ought to add anything!

Each of these links opens an outside website.

  • Want to report an issue in Spring Glen?  Hamden’s SeeClickFix (not officially run by the Town, but reportedly watched by the Town) is the best tool for reporting.

Some other items of interest in the neighborhood include:

Spring Glen Elementary

Spring Glen School (Grades K-6)
1908 Whitney Avenue
Hamden, CT 06517
203-407-2045

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Saint Rita School (Grades PK3-8)
1601 Whitney Avenue
Hamden, CT 06517
203-248-3114
contact@stritaschool.org

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Farmers’ Market 1825 Whitney Avenue Hamden, CT 06517



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Johnson’s Pond
277 Thornton Street
Hamden, CT 06517

A glacial-kettle pond surrounded by woods, this 3.2 acre property in Spring Glen is bordered on three sides by residential properties on Thornton, Greenway, and Ingram Streets and on the fourth side by Regional Water Authority watershed land along the Mill River. The pond itself is shallow. Covered in summer with buttonbush and duckweed, it freezes readily in the winter, making an inviting spot for ice-skating. The woods and pond support a wide variety of plants and wildlife year-round. More than 120 species of birds have been observed here, as well as turtles, peepers, and snakes. This site is open for limited passive recreational use, such as walking and bird-watching, and ice-skating in winter. It is accessible from Ingram St.  or Thornton St. at the far west point of Spring Glen.

Greenway


The Farmington Canal Heritage Greenway

The Greenway is a canal line and railroad route converted into a paved trail for pedestrian traffic. The Greenway covers a route of approximately 84 miles (over half has been developed) from New Haven, CT to Northampton, MA. Enjoy walking, jogging, cycling or rollerblading along 7.2 miles of scenic Hamden. You can start on the trail in Spring Glen, off Connolly Parkway.