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Welcome to Naugatuck! We are happy to have you here.
In this community, we celebrate diversity, participate in civic activities, and care for one another.
The Borough of Naugatuck is home to about 31,000 people.
We hope this guide will help you find the resources you need to get started in our town.

Woman holding diploma with babyNaugatuck Adult Education

  • Address: 543 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-720-5282
Naugatuck Adult Education provides the following free adult education programs to qualified individuals residing in Naugatuck, Wolcott and Oxford:
  • Adult High School Credit Diploma
  • General Educational Development Diploma (GED®)
  • National External Diploma Program (NEDP®)
  • Adult Basic Education
  • English Language Acquisition
  • Citizenship

Enrichment Classes

Naugatuck Adult Education provides low-costs enrichment classes on a variety of topics, including art, fitness, finances, computer skills, cooking and more! 

Pre-School/Daycare/Nursery Schools

Early Childhood Center at Central Avenue

  • Public Pre-K program
  • Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. (times differ by program)
  • Ages:  3 and 4-year-olds, children should turn 3 by December 31, 2020

Future Scholars

  • Hours: 7 am - 6 pm ​Monday-Friday
  • Address: 60 Church Street, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-632-8567
  • Ages: 18 months - 13 years

Naugatuck YMCA Preschool

  • Address: 284 Church Street Naugatuck 06770
  • Phone: 203-729-9622
  • Hours of operation: 7:30 am - 5:30 pm Monday through Friday
  • Ages: This program is open to children ages 2 yrs 9 months to 5 years old. Children must be 3 years old by Dec 31st.

Before and After School Programs

Naugatuck YMCA Before and After School Program

  • Fully Licensed by the State of CT
  • Bus transportation is provided to and from Elementary School
  • Program available to children ages 5yrs-12yrs
The YMCA serves the community by providing proven, safe, quality childcare for all children ages five through 12 enrolled in one of the Naugatuck schools. The program creates a comfortable, secure environment that allows each child to develop his/her sense of self-esteem, sense of belonging, and a sense of accomplishment.
This program permits children to choose some of their daily activities. It is designed to be a comprehensive childcare program based upon the fundamental factor of positive child development relative to physical, social, and emotional growth.

The YMCA accepts continuous enrollment on a space-available basis.

  • Western Elementary School
  • Andrew Avenue Elementary School
  • YMCA building on Church St. (If schools have to close all children will have their distance learning in the YMCA building.)
  • Before School: 7 a.m. until the start of school
  • After School: Dismissal until 6 p.m.
  • Full-time or Part-time Distance learning support at the YMCA
  • School vacations and Holiday care are available for an additional fee and run from 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
  • Quality care at a reasonable cost. We are a participating Care 4 kids provider. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify.
Signup & Questions:

Buttons N’ Bows

  • Address: 980 Rubber Avenue, Naugatuck 06770
  • Phone: 203-729-0440
  • Ages: 6 Weeks - 14 Years
  • Pre-K Program / Preschool
  • Transportation Available for Naugatuck and Region 16

SPARK Program

Phone: 203-729-2980 
SPARK will be offering before and after school care for students at Hop Brook Elementary School and Maple Hill Elementary School and after school care only at Cross Street Intermediate. 
All programs are located right on-site in the school cafeteria and gym. 
Call SPARK's office at or stop by one of their locations for paperwork.
Hop Brook Elementary School
  • Address: 75 Crown Street, Naugatuck CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-217-4376
  • Ages: 5 years - 14 years
Little Learners
  • Address: 202 Water Street Naugatuck
  • Phone: 203-892-2797
  • Ages: 6 weeks - 5 years
Maple Hill Elementary School
  • Address: 641 Maple Hill Rd, Naugatuck 06770
  • Phone: 203-720-9454
  • Before School (Maple Hill & Hop Brook): 7 a.m. until the start of school
  • After School (Maple Hill, Hop Brook & Cross St): Dismissal until 6 p.m.


Naugatuck Police Department 

In case of Emergency call 911.


Naugatuck Fire Department Non-Emergency 

  • Address: 41 Maple Street, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-720-7083

American Association of Poison Control Centers 

Phone: 800-222-1222

Youth Social Clubs

Boy Scout Troop 138

  • Meeting Location: Church hall, 210 Church Street
  • Meeting Times: Wednesdays 7:30-9:00 pm during the school year

Boy Scout Troop 102

  • Meeting Location: Congregational Church of Naugatuck, 9 Division Street, Naugatuck CT 06770
  • Meeting times: Thursdays 7-8:30 pm during the school year

Boy Scout Troop 115

  • Meeting times: Mondays

Girl Scout Troop 64044


Cub Scout Pack 109

  • Cub Scout Pack 109 on Facebook
  • Contact: Kimberly Saccavino
  • Email:
  • Phone: 914-299-6646.
  • Meeting times: The pack usually meets the 3rd Monday of the month 6:30 pm individual dens meet Monday-Thursday usually around 6:30pm.
  • Grades: K-5

Youth Sports Leagues


Naugatuck Youth Soccer

  • About: Naugatuck Youth Soccer (NYS) is a member of the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (CJSA) and part of the South-Central District. Through our recreational, developmental and competition soccer programs, NYS provides an excellent soccer experience for the children of Naugatuck and the surrounding towns. We provide an enjoyable soccer experience while teaching sportsmanship, dedication and hard work through a sport we all love to participate in.
  • Mailing addressPO Box 772 Naugatuck, Connecticut 06770


Little Pal Basketball

  • Facebook: Little Pal Basketball
  • About: Little Pal Basketball is a youth league for boys and girls. The full season runs October through March. 

Naugatuck Thunderfish Swim Club

  • About: The Naugatuck Thunderfish Swim Club is a competitive swim team for children ages 6-18. If you want your child to learn how to swim competitively, get fit, compete, or just experience the pool while making lifelong friends, we'd love for you to join us!
  • Email:

Peter J. Foley Little League

  • Phone203-996-3594
  • About: Peter J Foley, establish in 1949 is the oldest little league stadium in New England. The league has four divisions; T-Ball for ages 4-5, Minors (coach pitch) for ages 6-8, Minors (player pitch) for ages 7-11 and Majors for ages 9-12.
  • Locations: Foley serves children who live or go to school in the the West Side of Naugatuck as well as Middlebury & Oxford.  The following Naugatuck schools are within Peter J Foley's boundary:  Andrew Ave Elementary, Hillside Intermediate, Salem Elementary, and Western Elementary. 

Naugatuck Pop Warner Football & CheerNaugatuck Pop Warner football players

Phone: 203-525-1170
About: Offering summer flag football for ages 5-18. Regular football and cheerleading season starts August 1.

USA Martial Arts

  • Master Doug Wilke
  • Address: 799 New Haven Rd, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: (203) 558-4781


  • About: USA Martial Arts offers a balanced martial arts training program by incorporating Cheezic Tang Soo Do forms (kata), kicks and hand technique, self-defense, oriental weapons, and conditioning into an all-encompassing program that will train your total mind and body.  Our junior students are focused, more respectful and get better grades. Our teen and adult students are skilled, confident, and in the best shape of their lives.

    With two fulltime studios, 14 Parks & Recreation Programs, 84 classes, over 300 students (ranging in age from 3 to 78), 21 Black Belt level instructors, 4 Master Belt instructors – there’s a place for you at USA Martial Arts!  We offer classes in 6 different programs of martial arts or fitness, 4 types of weapons, and self defense/personal protection seminars.  Classes are held 7 days a week, mornings, afternoons, and evenings.  Over 50% of our students and instructors are female, and many of our students are family members spanning two generations (in one case, three generations!)

    In our safe and supportive atmosphere, your child (and you!) can have the advantages of a structured martial arts curriculum, developed by eighth degree Master Black Belt Doug Wilke over the 38 years that he has practiced Tang So Doo, and the 14 years that he has run his studios full time.  We believe that everyone, despite any physical limitations, can benefit from the self confidence and brain/body fitness that practicing martial arts will bring you.


Above and Beyond

Outpatient Therapy Services for Children and Adults

305 Church Street, Naugatuck, CT 06770



Counseling services for Adults, 

Children and Families

16 Hillside Ave, Naugatuck, CT 06770



Outpatient Behavioral Health 

Services for Children and Families

150 Meadow St, Naugatuck, CT 06770


Interpreter services provided 

Urgent Care

Trinity Health Urgent Care Center

  • Address: 58 Maple Street, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: (203) 723-5636 


St. Mary’s Hospital

  • Has a pediatric emergency room
  • Address: 56 Franklin Street, Waterbury CT 06706
  • Phone: 203-709-6000

Waterbury Hospital

  • Address: 64 Robbins Street, Waterbury, CT 06708
  • Phone: 203-573-6000

Primary Care

StayWell Health Center

  • Address: 30 Church Street, Naugatuck
  • Phone: 203-756-8021

Griffen Faculty Physicians

  • Address: 131 Bridge St., Naugatuck
  • Phone: 203-729-0755

Alliance Medical Group

  • Address: 305 Church Street, Naugatuck
  • Phone: 203-729-6641

Naugatuck Mobile Food Pantry

Naugatuck Mobile Food Pantry Facebook Page

Location: 6 Rubber Ave - Event Center, Naugatuck, CT 06770

Hours: Second Thursday of the month, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Ecumenical Food BankHop Brook students stack grocery cart with food for the food bank

Location: 75 Spring Street Naugatuck, CT 06770


  • Tuesdays 2 pm - 4 pm
  • Fridays 10 am - 12 pm

School-Based Food Pantries

The Connecticut Partnership For Children, Inc. School-Based Food Pantries offer free, weekly food assistance to Naugatuck families.


  • Naugatuck High School
  • Hop Brook Elementary School
  • The Naugatuck YMCA
  • The Early Childhood Center. 

Contact: Tara Mahoney at or 203.806.0556 (text only).

Donations: If you would like to donate to the program, a donation bin is located at Retail 101 at The Naugatuck Event Center (6 Rubber Ave.) or contact The School-Based Food Pantry Coordinator to arrange a contactless porch pick-up. Thank you. 

Naugatuck Valley Soup Kitchen

Naugatuck Valley Soup Kitchen on Facebook

NVSK manages two Free Little Pantry Boxes in Naugatuck, CT that are available 24/7 to those in need.

Free Meal Delivery Service is provided to recipients in Naugatuck Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Message NVSK on Facebook or call 203-528-7494 for a free fresh meal. They only ask for your name, address, and how many people you need to feed.


  • Firehouse Headquarters, Old Firehouse Road (Downtown)
  • Naugatuck Police Station, Spring Street
  • North Main Street (across from the businesses)
Donations Needed: 
Toiletries, Dried Goods, Canned Fruit/Vegetables, Sauces, Cereal/Pancake Mixes, Water/Juice

little free pantries


Connecticut Partnership For Children

  • Address: 98 Olive Street, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-623-7363
  • Facebook: CTPFC
  • Connecticut Partnership for Children, Inc.AboutConnecticut Partnership for Children, Inc. (CTPFC) is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to supporting families throughout Connecticut by working with communities in which they live. They support children birth to age 8 in all facets of their growth and development by meeting children’s basic needs of food, warmth, clothing, and diapering. We are dedicated to strengthening families, individuals, and organizations that nurture and educate our children to be healthy, safe, and successful learners with actively engaged families.

Exchange Club

Meetings: 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month September - June at Jesse Camille's Restaurant
About: Have a positive impact on our community. Network with professionals and business people. Make a difference and have some fun in the process.


The Valley Diaper Bank 

  • Phone: 203-632-7369 or 203-632-6373
  • Email:
  • Facebook: CTPFC
  • About: Free Diapers for birth to age 3 children 


Naugatuck Youth Services logo: healthy, resilient, awesomeNaugatuck Youth Services 

  • Facebook: Naugatuck Youth Services
  • Address: 13 Scott St., Naugatuck
  • Phone: 203-720-5673
  • Email:
  • About: Naugatuck Youth Services believes in “helping all of Naugatuck’s young people realize their potential to be healthy, resilient & awesome” through prevention, diversion & life skills work with teenagers, and training peer leaders & adult mentors to work together to improve the community.


Step Up Naugy

  • Facebook: Step Up Naugy
  • Address: 13 Scott St., Naugatuck
  • Phone: 203-720-5673
  • Email:
  • About: The primary mission of Step Up Naugy is to employ effective and sustainable strategies to prevent use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs among Naugautck youth. By building a network of concerned citizens, our coalition promotes healthy, positive behaviors and relationships in our community.


United Way of Naugatuck and Beacon Falls


  • Address: 270 Church Street, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-729-1564
  • Email:
  • About: The United Way of Naugatuck & Beacon Falls partners with local community organizations to energize the people of our community and help them better meet our local human needs. We help mobilize the organizations in our community in efforts to assist local human services better meet our local human needs. We provide funds to programs and services that address the critical health and human service needs of the greater Naugatuck and Beacon Falls area.

YMCA Naugatuck 

  • Address: 284 Church St, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone203-729-9622
  • About: Community-focused nonprofit with recreational programs & services for all ages


Connecticut Info Line - Call 211 for health and human services

2-1-1 is a free, confidential information and referral service that connects people to essential health and human services 24 hours a day, seven days a week online and over the phone.

2-1-1 is fully certified in crisis intervention by the American Association of Suicidology and is certified by The Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS). AIRS is the professional association for over 1,200 community Information and Referral (I&R) providers.

Help available in 150 different languages.


Citizen’s News -  Local Online News & Events covering Naugatuck, Prospect and Beacon Falls

Free Paper delivered Weekly, updated online daily

Republican-American Daily Regional Newspaper cover New Haven and Litchfield Counties

The Patch - Local Online News & Events

WTNH - News 8 - Local TV station

WFSB - Eyewitness News 3 - Local TV station

Fox 61 - Connecticut TV news

WNPR - Connecticut Public Radio


Parks & Recreation Department

  • Phone: 203-720-7043
  • Address: 246 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • About: Naugatuck's Parks & Recreation Department offers many activities for children and adults, including summer programs, a dog park, ice skating, a community garden, sports, golfing at our public Hop Brook Golf Course, holiday events, fishing derbies, cooking classes, swimming, tennis, and piano lessons, and more!

List of Parks and Recreation Areas

Naugatuck offers many recreation facilities, including basketball courts, tennis courts, playgrounds, baseball, softball, football, soccer ball fields, ponds, fishing, and hiking trails.

Hop Brook Lake Recreation Area

Hop Brook Lake Recreation Area is located within the towns of Middlebury, Naugatuck and Waterbury, Connecticut. Its 536 acres provide excellent recreation opportunities and a chance to escape from the growing suburbia surrounding the park. Visitors can enjoy picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, canoeing/kayaking, swimming and fishing.

Naugatuck State Forest

Naugatuck State Forest covers almost 5,000 acres and is spread across Naugatuck, Beacon Falls, Oxford, Bethany, Hamden, Cheshire, Ansonia, and Seymour. It is organized into five Blocks, named West, East, Mt. Sanford, Quillinan Reservoir, and Great Hill.

The Forest originated with Harris Whittemore, an industrialist and member of the State Forest and Park Commission. In 1921, Mr. Whittemore began buying parcels of land in the Naugatuck Valley, intending to donate them to the State. Unfortunately, he did not live long enough to realize his dream, but after his death in 1928, his family continued to acquire land, and in 1931, almost 2,000 acres were donated in his memory.

The Forest is managed for sawtimber, firewood, wildlife habitat, and recreational activities such as hiking, hunting, mountain biking, bird-watching, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing.

Dog Park 

  • Address: Andrew Mountain Rd, Naugatuck
  • Directions: Head up Rubber Avenue, Dunkin on right, Friendly’s on left. Hang a left at the light on Andrew Avenue by the recycling center. Across from the VFW. At the second stop sign, turn right onto Andrew Mountain Road.(sign says dog park with an arrow) Travel a ways up and on the left. You’ll see a big silver gate and a sign that says Dog Park.

All Naugatuck playgrounds are open from dawn to dusk, with the exception of the playgrounds located at schools, which are closed during school hours. Sports fields may be reserved for league and school use.

Andrew Avenue Elementary School

Location: 140 Andrew Ave.
Hours: After 3:45 p.m. Weekdays, open weekends
  • Playground

Baummer’s Pond

Location: Mill St.
  • Pond - fishing
  • Basketball court
  • Tennis courts
  • Playground
  • Walking path

Breen Field North

Location: 61 Hotchkiss St.
  • Softball field
  • Football field
  • Playground

City Hill Middle School

Location: 441 City Hill St.
  • Basketball court (1)
  • Tennis court (1)
  • Soccer field

Cotton Hollow Field

Location: Cross St.
  • Softball field
  • Baseball field
  • Soccer field

Cross St. School

Location: 120 Cross St.
  • Playground
  • Soccer field

Early Childhood Center

Location: 28 Central Ave.
Hours: Open weekends dawn to dusk
  • Playground

Fairchild Park

Location: 108 Spencer St.
  • Playground
  • Baseball field
  • Softball field

Fawn Meadow Field

Location: Fawn Meadow Drive
  • Baseball/football practice field

Goodyear Park

Location: North Main St.

Hop Brook Elementary School

Location: 75 Crown Street
Hours: Currently closed to the public due to Covid-19
  • Playground

Hop Brook Golf Course

Location: 615 N Church St.
  • Golf Course
  • Pro Shop (203-729-8013)

Hop Brook Park

Location: 75 Crown St.
  • Softball/ baseball field
  • Playground
  • Soccer/football field

Legion Field & Park

Location: 10 Conrad St.
  • Playground
  • Basketball court
  • Baseball/softball fields

Linden Park

Location: 155 N Main St.
  • Basketball court
  • Tennis courts (4)
  • Playground
  • Soccer field
  • Greenway walking/biking trail

Maple Hill School

Location: 641 Maple Hill Rd.
Hours: After 6 p.m. weekdays, open weekends
  • Soccer field
  • Playground

Naugatuck High School

Location: 543 Rubber Ave.
  • Pool - open July- August lessons
  • Baseball field
  • Softball field
  • Football fields
  • Soccer field
  • Tennis courts (3)

Nichols Rd. Walking trail

Location: Nichols Rd.

Rotary Field South

Location: 61 Hotchkiss St.
  • Baseball field
  • Soccer field
  • Walking path
  • Soccer field
  • Softball Field

Salem Playground

Location: 124 Meadow St.
  • Basketball court
  • Playground

Western School

Location: 108 Pine St.
Hours: After 6 p.m. weekdays, open weekends
  • Playground
  • Basketball court
  • Soccer field
Bus driver leaning out of bus window

Bus Services

Several public bus routes run through Naugatuck along Rubber Avenue, New Haven Road, and Spring Street, with stops at prominent locations including Naugatuck High School, the Mount View Shopping Plaza, Town Hall, the Naugatuck Railroad Station, the Police Station, Mattatuck Manor Apartments, the Naugatuck Industrial Park, Multi-Metal Manufacturing, Salem Square, Cross Pointe Plaza, and Wal-Mart.

Map of Naugatuck Bus Routes

Metro North Train - Waterbury Line 

Address: 195 Water Street, Naugatuck, CT 06770

The Metro North Train connects Naugatuck to towns in the Naugatuck Valley from Waterbury to Bridgeport. From Bridgeport, riders can catch trains from New Haven to New York City. 


Big Y World Market 


Stop & Shop

  • Address: 727 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone203-729-4182

Walmart Supercenter

  • Address: 1100 New Haven Rd, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone203-729-9100

Discount Stores

Dollar Tree

  • Address: 727 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-723-0348

Family Dollar

  • Address: 85 Bridge St, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-729-0443

Ocean State Job Lot 


Auto Part Stores


Advance Auto Parts

  • Address: 32 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-720-5585



  • Address: 72 Bridge St, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-723-1796


NAPA Auto Parts

  • Address: 125 S Main St, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-729-5231




  • Address: 98 Bridge St, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-723-1172

Naugatuck Pharmacy

  • Address: 153 Maple Street, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-632-8380 

Rite Aid

  • Address: 56 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-723-7745


  • Address: 1100 New Haven Rd, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-729-2288

Town Hall - Borough of Naugatuck

  • Address: 229 Church St, Naugatuck, CT 06770
  • Phone: 203-720-7000

Public Works

  • Address: 246 Rubber Ave.
  • Phone:  203-720-7071
  • Office hours: 8:00 am - 3:30 pm, Monday - Friday

Trash Collection

  • About: The Borough of Naugatuck has automated curbside trash & recycling collection system.
    Currently we are contracted with USA Hauling & Recycling (formerly Copes) for all curbside collection
    in Naugatuck.
  • USA Hauling Phone: 860-609-4081
  • Damaged or Missing carts: 203-720-7071 or email
  • Route Collection Calendar/Street Listing
  • How to:
    • Please leave at 2 ft. between carts. The truck arm needs this room to grab the carts.
    • Don’t place carts near obstructions, mailboxes, under low hanging trees or wires, or behind cars.
    • Don’t place carts against walls, basketball hoops or cars.
    • Don’t overload your cart. The lid must be fully closed which will keep out snow, rain & animals.
    • Place the cart with the lid opening to the street.
    • Please Recycle!

Transfer Station

  • Location: 34 Andrew Ave. (Across from Peter J. Foley Little League)
  • Regular Hours of Operation: Thursday & Saturday’s 8 am - 2 pm
  • Additional Summer Hours: Tuesday’s 11 am - 7 pm April through September
  • Winter Bulk Trash Hours: 1st & 3rd Saturday January through March



Power & Gas



Connecticut Water