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Welcome to Derby - Connecticut's smallest city in size, but one of the biggest in history and pride - a 2000 "All-America City" award winner, and a city with a promising future! Travel our pages to learn more about this wonderful town's past, present and future. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome.  Click here to send us e-mail.

Items of interest

Site Work at Ryan Field

Site work has begun at Ryan Field which will include the installation of a new artificial turf field and track, construction of new baseball and softball fields, demolition of the field house and the the construction of a state of the art field house. (Click on image for a much larger picture.)

This historic landmark/eyesore grain silo came down today. This photo was captured from video shot by Markanthony Izzo. You can find the video and watch the silo being toppled at https://www.facebook.com/markanthony.izzo/videos/10156250377244260/.

WPCA Submits Design Plans for Roosevelt Drive Pump Station
Board of Education & Superintendent Conway to receive CABE Leadership Award
Click here to read about the new WPCA Pump stations that began operations on August 31
Derby High School Adds 7 to Athletic Hall of Fame
Could Derby's new field plan's include a "Red Monster?
Derby Schools Receive Major Donation for New Field House at Ryan Field
Click here to learn more about plans to restore this historic monument of the Derby Green.
Read the full Interim report for the Downtown Now Project
National Humane Fountains like Derby's found all over the United States.
GIS Mapping of Derby now includes Property Listing Reports

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The Derby Greenway

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Valley Heritage Driving Tour - begins & ends in Derby

The City of Derby has developed an official and informative City of Derby website which will be paid for and maintained by the City. You can visit the site at http://www.derbyct.gov/.

This current website was developed back in 1995 as part of the Electronic Valley project which helped launch the Internet age for almost all of the Valley towns. Derby becomes the last of the Valley communities to launch sites operated by the city governments. You can read more about that history here.

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The Electronic Valley Entire Web

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