State of Connecticut Correctional Facilities 111 Jarvis St, Cheshire, CT06410 The state prison facilities consist of the Cheshire Correctional Institution, the Manson Youth Institution and the…More Maloney Center for Training and Staff Development. The Webster Correctional Institution was closed in early 2010. The two prisons house more than 2,000 inmates. CCI began as the Cheshire Reformatory in 1913. It is the state's largest high-security institution.
Town of Cheshire 84 S Main St, Cheshire, CT06410 Town Hall is the seat of local government for Cheshire's 29,500 residents. It houses the town's records dating back to…More its incorporation in 1780. This is where citizens may register to vote, get a dog license, research property records or attend town council, planning and zoning meetings and observe other board and commission business.
Quinnipiac Park 1325 Cheshire St, Cheshire, CT06410 Located on the banks of the Quinnipiac River, this park has a canoe launch site and walking trails along the banks. It…More is home to the Cheshire Soccer Club, which offers a number of leagues for youth and adult teams. The park also has a pavilion and playground. Its location on Cheshire Street puts it near historic houses, which were built when settlers moved from Wallingford to Cheshire to form the new town.
Although Cheshire Nursery School is literally a one-room school house, its methods are quite modern, making it more…More than simply a childcare facility, but rather an innovative learning center. Staffed by professionals in the field who each have at least a bachelor's degree, Cheshire Nursery School provides morning, afternoon and summer sessions for children ages three years old through first grade.</p>
<p>Some of the school's curriculum includes stories in motion, exploration of the scientific method, dramatic play and observation walks. Ultimately it works to individually challenge each child to reach a greater potential.</p>
The Cheshire United Methodist Church building on Academy Road was constructed in 1970 with an addition of a formal…More sanctuary completed in 1987. The history of the church, however, begins much earlier - in the 1830s. The original building on Spring and Main Streets was built at that time, for a cost of about $3,000.</p>
<p>That building now houses the Temple Beth David Synagogue. </p>