Meriden [New Haven County] was named in 1664 deed from "Meriden Farms" in Dorking, Surrey, England and was incorporated from Wallingford in May 1806.

Total area, 24.1 sq. miles, Land area, 23.8 sq. miles. Population, est., 56,451. Voting districts, 17. Home of Protein Sciences, Thompson Candy Co., TI Group Automotive, RFS Cablewave, AMF Cuno, Packard BioScience, Response Insurance. Manufactured products are aircraft products, electronics, biotech filters, nuclear instrumentation, electrical signalling and communications equipment, tools, dies, molds and patterns, phosphorous brass and bronze in sheets, pewter products, auto fuel injection devices, automated buffing and deburring machines, women's apparel, plastics, engine gaskets, corrugated boxes and submersible pumps.

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Four Points by Sheraton
Features and activities, and information on wedding and event planning, local area and guestrooms.
Meriden Daffodil Festival
Annual event celebrated in April.
Meriden Markham Municipal Airport
Aeronautical information traffic patterns, rules and driving directions.
Meriden Transit District
Offers information on fares, routes, and schedules.
Topographical Map of Meriden, Connecticut
From the Perry-CastaƱeda Library Map Collection at The University of Texas at Austin.
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