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Welcome to North Canaan, Connecticut

North Canaan is located at the junctions of Route 44 and Route 7 in the northwest corner of Connecticut. The town was incorporated in 1858 when it separated from the Town of Canaan (Falls Village). The town is governed by a Board of Selectmen, Board of Finance and traditional New England style Town Meeting.

The Canaan Railroad Station is where the east-west tracks connecting Hartford, Connecticut and Poughkeepsie, NY (and beyond to Campbell Hall, NY where connections were made to the west with other railroads) cross the north-south tracks connecting Danbury, Connecticut and Pittsfield, Massachusetts. The station, completed in 1872 is the oldest railroad station in continuous service in the United States.

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Location of North Canaan, Connecticut

August 5, 2015: INVITATION TO BID REHABILITATION OF THE UNION DEPOT RAILROAD STATION  state project no 99-124

Click here for Town of North Canaan Audited Financial Statements & Annual Report

 

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