Everyone knows that Ridgefield, Connecticut is a great place to live. Ridgefield consistently rates “Connecticut’s #1 Town” by Connecticut Magazine and by realtor associations throughout the region. So it really shouldn’t be a surprise that Ridgefield is also a great place to work and do business.
Ridgefield is located just 60 miles northeast of New York City and a quick car or train ride to Boston. Ridgefield sits right on the border of New York’s Westchester County. With six airports, two train stations and three major interstates within driving distance, Ridgefield is the ideal location for business. Ridgefield is located at the center of Connecticut’s prosperous Fairfield County, accessible to virtually everything, yet in its own special separate place.
In Good Company
By locating or expanding your business to Ridgefield, you’ll be in good company. Corporate giants and Fortune 500 companies such as Boehringer Ingelheim, Ullman Devices, Fairfield County Bank and Schimenti Construction have chosen Ridgefield for their corporate locations.
A Wealth of Opportunity
Ridgefield is among the wealthiest communities in the United States. Ridgefield is nestled in exclusive Fairfield County Connecticut. Ridgefield has a median household income of $147,936, more than 78% above the median County income of $83,163, and more than 111% above the State median income of $69,889. Locating your business in Ridgefield gives you access to the most affluent customers and the best-educated workforce.
Open For Business
Ridgefield’s Economic Development Commission was formed to encourage, promote and support good business in our town. This website has tools resources and essential information to help your business succeed in Ridgefield. Take a look around the site and see why Ridgefield is a great place to do business.
Our Commitment to Your Business
The Ridgefield Economic Development Commission can provide you with site selection, business expansion or the listing of available properties at no charge. If you need some advice, give us a call.
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