Old Lyme, Connecticut Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Old Lyme City has a diverse population. The demographics of the city show a mix of married and unmarried couples, with 69% married couples and 88% singles. In Old Lyme, the median household size is 2.8, while the average household size in the Saybrook Manor CDP is 3.0.

Old Lyme City has many private schools. The city is home to several parochial and college preparatory schools. Public transportation in the city is provided by the Estuary Transit District. The 9 Town Transit Service provides connections to the Old Saybrook Train Station and the Shore Line East railroads. Ferry services are also available.

Old Lyme is home to approximately 7,600 people. This includes several thousand seasonal vacationers. The town is located on the Connecticut River, across from the city of Old Saybrook. Old Lyme is a residential community with a mix of Colonial and Federal architecture. The city is home to several large businesses, including restaurants and hotels.

Old Lyme Connecticut is located in New London County. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population in Old Lyme was 7,603 in 2010. It is expected to reach 7,280 by 2020. The city was created 167 years ago, in 1854.