Bloomfield is located in Central Connecticut, just 10 minutes west of the state capitol, Hartford. Originally part of Windsor, the town of Bloomfield is rooted in a 1640 settlement known as Messenger Farms, located at the eastern end of what is now Park Avenue.
Traditionally an agricultural community, Bloomfield was known for its Tobacco farms, cider mills, and brandy distilleries. The Prosser Inn on Simsbury Road housed the headquarters of the Hartford-to-Westfield stage line. Within thirty years of its incorporation, Bloomfield's new rail service included eight trains traveling roundtrip to Hartford daily and was serviced by four stations in town. In 1891, The Hartford Electric Light Company brought Bloomfield into the 20th century, and by 1920 the town's population had grown to over 2,000. Today, the town encompasses 26.4 square miles and has a population of 20,000 residents.
Bloomfield endures warm to hot summers and cold winters. The average temperature in summer months is around 75°F and during the winter months it drops to an average of 21°F. Snowfall averages around 36 inches annually but can be heavier during winter storms. Bloomfield also experiences moderate winds compared to other areas of the state due to its proximity to the Connecticut River Valley. To live comfortably, HVAC systems need thorough attention and maintenance regularly to navigate the extreme weather of New England.
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