Hebron [Tolland County] was settled in 1704 and named in 1707 from the Hebrew word meaning "association" or "league". The town was incorporated in 1708.

Area, 37.3 sq. miles. Population, 2000 Census, 8,610. Voting Districts, 1. Principal industry, agriculture.

Hebron is part of the Capitol Region Metropolitan District in Connecticut.

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Christ Lutheran Early Childhood Center
Overview of facilities, staff and programs.
The Douglas Library
Interactive calendar, library history, boutique and genealogy resources.
Gay City State Park
Overview, activities, services, fees and driving directions provided.
Gay City State Park
Park map, history and information on swimming, pond fishing, hiking, biking and picnicking.
Hebron Family Chiropractic
Family chiropractic care services.
Hebron Harvest Fair
General information provided for annual event.
Hebron Soccer Association
Youth soccer programs for boys and girls from ages 5 to 15. Member of the Northeast District of the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association.
Hebron Volunteer Fire Department
Unofficial site for the Hebron, Connecticut Fire and EMS Service.
Justices of the Peace in Hebron, CT
Text listing with contact information.
Tallwood Country Club
Public 18 hole golf course with grass driving range and short game practice. Hole by hole tour, scorecard, instruction description with fees and special events.
Town Of Hebron
Information on economic development, Town planning, parks and recreation, local news, boards and commissions.
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