Getting Around Town

The Town of Ridgefield is comprised of four main districts which each have their own unique charm and character. It’s quite easy to explore by car, by foot especially in the Main Street district, as well as by biking on the many scenic back roads. No matter how you choose to explore our town, you will find Ridgefield to be an exciting destination for culture, nature, shopping, dinning, and so much more!

Ridgefield Districts

Main Street

Downtown Ridgefield is home to a bustling Main Street. Quaint shops, five-star restaurants, theaters, museums, and a community park are all in walking distance from one another and are situated alongside many beautiful colonial homes and buildings.

Copps Hill

The Marketplace inside of Copps Hill brings together an exceptional mix of independent stores and lovely gourmet eateries. This area provides a great local shopping experience that is accessible from Danbury Road.

Branchville

The Branchville district of town is not only home to the train station, but also has the perfect mix of local shops, a plethora of restaurants, and a brewery.

Route 7 Gateway

Located along Route 7, the Gateway is the official door to Ridgefield where many of the town’s car dealerships and service businesses can be found.

Parking

If you are driving into town, there are several options available for parking.

Municipal Parking

Street parking and municipal lots are located throughout the area with posted time limits for weekday parking. There are no restrictions during the weekend.

Municipal Lots within one block of Town Hall

East of Main Street
Governor Street
Bailey Avenue

West of Main Street near Ballard Park
South of Ballard Park near CVS

Private Parking

Parking is also available in private lots, with restrictions posted by each individual business. For more information on parking, please go to the Parking Authority page on the town website ridgefieldct.org.

 

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