Sitting on the eastern coast of the United States, Milford, Connecticut is full of wonderful properties for sale and for rent. The area offers a range of residential homes with anywhere from one to five bedrooms, which makes the city perfect for families of any size. If you prefer, you can snag one of the one, two or three bedrooms condos Milford has. Plus, if you want to save a few extra dollars, consider attending a foreclosure auction to find a beautiful home at an unbeatable price. Plus, there are even a handful of waterfront lots waiting to be built upon.
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Milford has a thriving education system with plenty of options for parents who want to give their children the best available instruction. The public schools currently consist of two high schools, one alternative high school, eight elementary schools and three middle schools. Additionally, Milford is home to Platt Technical High School as well as a number of private schools. The local government includes a mayor as the chief executive and the Board of Alderman acts as a legislative body. Mayor and Board of Alderman elections are held in odd-numbered years. The Board includes 15 members, three each from the five political districts. The city also elects individuals to serve on the Board of Education, Planning and Zoning Board, City Clerk, Registrars of Voters and Constables.
Every city has its own unique traditions and culture and Milford, Connecticut is no different. On August's third Saturday, Milford puts on the annual Oyster Festival and combines the feel of a normal town fair with a celebration of the Long Island Sound's rich shellfish history. The festivities take place near the city center on the Milford Green and all over the downtown area. Traditionally, the festival includes canoe and kayak racing, classic car shows and memorable musical performances. In fact, the Milford Oyster Festival has attracted quite a few big names over the years. The Marshal Tucker Band, Soul Asylum, John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band and Joan Jett have all taken part in the musical element of the celebration. Of course, you'll also find food stands, face painting, and carnival rides. Plus, you can even try opening an oyster in hopes of finding your own pearl. During the rest of the year, you can attend the Milford Cultural Center's events of visit the recently opened Firehouse Art Gallery. Additionally, you can visit one of the many beaches the city has to offer. If you are looking for that small town feel combined with big city festivities, search for your next home in Milford.