Scenic rural town on the northern edge of Candlewood Lake
Originally a part of New Fairfield, Sherman became its own town in 1742, and officially incorporated in 1802. Sherman is the northernmost town in Fairfield County, borders the northern edge of Candlewood Lake, and is considered to be the fastest growing town per capita in the state.
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Despite Sherman’s tremendous growth, it maintains its small, rural town feel with a population of just over 4,000 residents. Sherman offers residents a variety of home options, from antique farmhouses to waterfront properties.
Sherman Town Website
The Sherman School serves the town’s nearly 500 kindergarten through eighth graders. High school students have the option of choosing which of the neighboring town’s high schools to attend.
Sherman Schools Website
Important Phone Numbers:
Sherman Town Hall: 860.355.1139
Sherman Tax Assessor: 860.354.4146
Sherman School: 860.355.3793
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