Wallingford Town Hall is located at 45 South Main Street, Wallingford, CT 06492.
The Town of Wallingford was settled from New Haven in 1667 and organized as a town in 1670. The name was taken from Wallingford in the English Berkshire. In the 1930s it had a population of 11,170. In 2000, the population exceeded 43,000. Famous sons of Wallingford include Aaron Jerome, the great-grandfather of Winston Churchill and Moses Yale Beach, the founder of Associated Press.
Nearby Towns: Cheshire Town • Meriden City • North Branford Town • North Haven Town •