Southington's past is perfectly preserved within the restored home of Bradley and Leila Barnes—known today as the Barnes Museum—, where guests can peruse 17 rooms filled with antique furniture and personal belongings dating back to 1836.
The Southington Fire Department is an innovative and diverse department of over 120 members that represent the community we serve. We are fortunate to have some of the most talented and motivated individuals in the Fire community.
We are commanded by the Chief of Police, two Captains, three Lieutenants, eleven Sergeants, and seven Detectives. It is currently comprised of sixty six sworn regular and six sworn supernumerary officers plus 19 civilian personnel, including two Animal Control Officers.
We offer exceptional programs for all ages ranging from reading readiness programs for toddlers and preschoolers to book discussions and lectures by best-selling authors. Many of our innovative children’s programs incorporate iPads and interactive book apps to stimulate reading skills.
Water supplier to Southington citizens.
The gently rolling hills of Southington are nestled in the valley between mountains on the east and west sides of town. It is this gentleness of landscape along with the Quinnipiac River and the various streams, ponds and lakes that makes Southington the perfect place for relaxation, pleasure and work.
Southington's Town Wide Effort to Promote Success (STEPS) is Southington's substance abuse prevention coalition.