Glastonbury, Connecticut Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you've ever been to Glastonbury, you know how much this town is revolving around its festivals. The new age movement was born here, and the city is home to many healers and other individuals involved in alternative lifestyles. The population of Glastonbury is around 8,000 people. This city has a lot to offer visitors and the locals are very proud of the city.

The Glastonbury Valley has many historic sites. The city is the capital of Connecticut and is located on the Connecticut River, 40 miles from the Long Island Sound. The city's climate is mild and pleasant in August, June, September, and January. The wettest month is February, but the average temperature is about 60 degrees warmer than the surrounding towns. If you're planning a trip to Glastonbury, it's a good idea to plan your itinerary accordingly.

There are 15 banks in Glastonbury. The People's United Bank, National Association, and TD Bank, National Association are the three largest banks in the city. There are also two branch offices of the TD Bank. And last but not least, Glastonbury also has a large number of independent grocery stores. This makes it easy to find exactly what you need, especially if you're looking for a quick fix.

In terms of education, the majority of residents of the 06033 ZIP code attended college. The highest percentage of people surveyed attended college, while the smallest percentage graduated from high school. The area is served by the Glastonbury School District and the Capitol Region Education Coun School District. There are 11 public elementary schools and nine public high schools. The median income for residents of this area is $82,407.