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Woodbridge Fire Department
100 Center Rd, Woodbridge, CT 06525
Woodbridge Fire Department offers fire extinguishing and rescue services for the town of Woodbridge. The WoodbridgeMore Volunteer Fire Association is also based here. 
The Woodbridge Town Library
10 Newton Rd, Woodbridge, CT 06525
The Woodbridge Town Library is very closely aligned with the town. Centrally located, it's a place where peopleMore meet, have coffee or tea in the cafe, check out a book and socialize. The historic Woodbridge Room is a comfortable spot to settle in by the fireplace and read a current magazine.
The Country Club of Woodbridge
50 Woodfield Rd, Woodbridge, CT 06525
The Country Club of Woodbridge was acquired by the town in 2009. The facility includes an 18 hole golf course,More restaurant and banquet facility.
Woodbridge Town Hall
11 Meetinghouse Ln, Woodbridge, CT 06525
The Woodbridge Town Hall is located within the town's Central Campus along with the library, fire station, policeMore station and senior center. All town offices are conveniently housed either in the Town Hall or in the nearby Old Center School building.
Woodbridge Child Center
4 Meetinghouse Ln, Woodbridge, CT 06525
Woodbridge Child Center attributes its excellent reputation to the longevity and high qualifications of its staff.More Located on the town of Woodbridge's main campus, the school has access to the library, fire station, police department and Town Hall; visitors and day trips are common. The staff works to meet the needs of students and their families, and programs include yoga, music, movement and science. Children also have access to a full-sized gym at playtime.
Fd Plumbing & Heating
2 Carriage Hill Rd, Woodbridge, CT 06525
As its title suggests, Fd Plumbing & Heating offers plumbing and heating services for homes.  It serves theMore residents of Woodbridge and nearby towns.
Woodbridge Transfer Station
85 Acorn Hill Road Ext, Woodbridge, CT 06525
The Woodbridge Transfer Station is responsible for recycling and waste disposal for the town. Residents can bring theirMore recyclables (cans, glass and plastics), corrugated cardboard, newspaper and metal. Demolition materials, brush and leaves can also be disposed of for a fee. Household trash, rimless tires and appliances containing freon are accepted. The newest program allows residents to bring electronic equipment for proper disposal. Town permits are required and can be picked up at Center Building, Room 13.
Woodbridge Hiking Trails
11 Meetinghouse Ln, Woodbridge, CT 06525
Woodbridge has more than 1,000 acres of open space, most of it criss-crossed with dozens of hiking trails includingMore several that access the famous Blue Trail. Many years of aggressive conservatorship over town land, coupled with generous donations of acerage by residents, has created a treasure of open space, most of which can be used for recreational hiking, picnics and exploration. For detailed hiking maps and a list of trails please visit Woodbridge Town Hall during business hours 8:30am to 4:30pm. 
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