Montville Town Hall is located at 310 Norwich‑New London Turnpike, Uncasville, CT 06382.
The area that became Montville was originally an Indian reservation. The first settled was Samuel Rogers who came from New London in 1670. A north parish of New London was organized in 1714. The Town of Montville was incorporated in 1786. The region is hilly and its name is probably a French descriptive. Montville was a seat of Uncas and the Mohegan branch of the Pequot Indians. Governor Winthrop opened a bog-iron mine here at an early date.