Cheshire, Connecticut Overview
Cheshire, Connecticut includes 0 nearby mines. Cheshire is a town in New Haven County Connecticut United States. The population was 29261 at the 2010 census. The center of population of Connecticut is located in Cheshire. In 2009 Cheshire was ranked #72 in Money magazine's 100 Best Places to Live. Likewise in 2011 Cheshire was ranked #73 in Money's 100 Best Places to Live.
- Cheshire, Connecticut has a population of 5,786 (based on numbers from 2010).
- Located in New Haven County, Connecticut.
- Cheshire, Connecticut sits 75 meters (246.1 feet) above sea level feet above sea level.
in Cheshire, Connecticut
- 71 Total
- 10 Occurrences
- 3 Prospects
- 4 Plants
- 54 Producers
Mining Claim News From The Diggings™
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