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

Are you looking for the Population & Steets of Waterbury City, Connecticut? If so, you've come to the right place! The following data will provide you with vital information about this city. While some demographics are outdated, other information is current. The most recent data comes from the U.S. Census Bureau, which collects this data annually. Updates to the data are made as soon as they become available.

The city's train station is located on the former Union Station, which is now home to the Waterbury Republican-American newspaper. The building also houses the MetroNorth railroad station. Commuters can reach Grand Central Terminal in New York City via the Metro-North railroad. The Waterbury Union Station was originally built in 1909 for the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad. Today, the station is home to the Republican-American newspaper. The Metro-North Railroad does not have any ticket agents at the Waterbury station, but there are train stations in both Hartford and Bridgeport.

The population of Waterbury is estimated at about 50,000 residents. Waterbury is situated on a plateau, which varies in elevation from about 200 feet at the river to over 500 feet at the northern tip of Prospect Hill near Ives Street. The city also has two small lakes within its boundaries. Waterbury's geographic location makes it part of the "Northern Highlands" of Connecticut. As a result, the city has four distinct seasons.