Woodmont, CT is a borough of the city of Milford. It was first created by the Special Act of Connecticut General Assembly in 1893 as the Woodmont Improvement Association. In 1903 it became the Woodmont Association. It became a municipality in 1957 when the Connecticut General Assembly passed House Bill No. 2443 "An Act to change the Association status of Woodmont to Borough status".
Today, Woodmont, CT has a strong sense of community, with many events and activities that bring its residents together. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, with beautiful parks and trails winding through the forested hills surrounding the town. The Connecticut shoreline is just a short drive away, offering stunning views and countless recreational activities. Shopping and dining are also easily accessible, with several small businesses and restaurants nearby. Woodmont is an excellent place to live for those looking for a close-knit community with a wealth of outdoor activities at its doorstep. Large industrial city/College town - South coast along Long Island Sound, 75 miles northeast of New York City.
Places to Visit:
- Silver Sands State Park
- Scoot & Paddle
- Mountain Meadow Outfitters and Charters
- Milford Arts Council, The MAC
- Pedal Cruise Connecticut
- Connecticut Audubon Society Coastal Center
Woodmont, CT has a temperate climate with hot summers and cold winters. Average temperatures range from the mid-20s in winter to the upper-70s in summer. Rainfall varies throughout the year, with snowfall occurring mainly in January and February. As part of the coastal Connecticut region, Woodmont experiences humid conditions during the summer months and occasional storms throughout the year. The town also experiences some sea-breeze during the summer, making for pleasant afternoons by the shoreline.