U.S. Chamber of Commerce Member 2005

 

 

Executive Director
Message From the Executive Director

For more information on the Berlin Chamber of Commerce, please contact Executive Director Katherine A. Fuechsel at director@berlinctchamber.org.


Welcome to Berlin in Hartford County, Connecticut.  Although known as “Home of the Redcoats” &
“The Heart of Connecticut,” Berlin is most famous for its brickyards and manufacturing the country’s first tinware from a shop on what was then the Hartford-New Haven path, now known as Lower Lane.

  

Whether you’re a current business or resident of Berlin or a newcomer to our community, you will find our town ready to make you feel at home.  Berlin’s Economic Development Commision offers incentive programs to businesses, designed to assist while building or expanding.  This community boasts growth with a wonderful blend of old and new.   It is a town where gracious living comes together with country charm in this agriculturally rich yet progressive community.

 

If you’re considering Berlin as a home for your business, you’re off to a good start.  Being in the center of the state provides a convenience for our business community; easy to find and easy to reach with major interstate highways at our back door. Berlin’s stretch of Routes 5 & 15.  Formerly known as the Wilbur Cross Highway, it  is now officially the Berlin Turnpike as in its neighboring towns to the north.

 

Town services are abundant.  They include an excellent public school system, quality private schools, three libraries, four volunteer fire departments, three post offices, police department, senior housing and activity center, public health nursing service, five town owned parks on over 600 acres, three public swimming pools, two golf courses, historical museum, “pick-your-own” orchards and so much more. 

Whether you are single, a new family or a retiree, Berlin has a diverse variety of housing options to fit your needs.

 

We invite you to become a part of this growing area.  We take pride in our ability to expand and make a place for new people and businesses while preserving open space and farms in a rural setting throughout the 27 square miles which includes Berlin, Kensington and East Berlin.

 

We are proud to introduce you to our community and hope you will choose Berlin as your relocation destination.

 

Sincerely,  Katherine A. Fuechsel, Executive Director

 

 
 
 

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