Derby and Shelton, Connecticut
(and other surrounding towns)
The city of Shelton (formerly known as Huntington) was incorporated in 1789 from Stratford as a town. Shelton was incorporated as a city in 1919.
Comprised of 31.4 square miles in Fairfield County, Shelton's northwest boundary is the Housatonic River.
Please visit www.cityofshelton.org for more information about our town!
You can also visit the home of Sarah Riggs Humphreys and General David Humphreys (pictured above) at www.derbyhistorical.org/.
Other local sites of interest include: