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Mansfield Facts

  • Area - Mansfield is 45.1 square miles, has 28,864 acres of land, and has 104.18 miles of streets (Source: Public Works).
  • Population - In 2010, Mansfield had a population of 26,543 (Figure includes 12,907 UConn Group Quarters) (Source: 2010 Census).
  • Voters - As of October 2015, Mansfield had 14,340 registered voters (Source: CT Secretary of State's Office). 
  • Incomes - As of 2010-2014, the median household income in Mansfield was $66,404 (Source: CT Economic Resource Center).
  • Housing Costs - As of 2013, the Median House Price in Mansfield is $242,900 (Source: CT Economic Resource Center).
  • Housing Units - As of 2010-2014, there are 6,199 housing units in Mansfield (Source: CT Economic Resource Center).
  • Form of Government - Mansfield has a town council-town manager form of government in addition to an annual town meeting.
  • Tax Rate - 29.87 mills; please see the Assessor's page for the additional information regarding taxes.
  • Fire Protection - Mansfield has three fire stations with a combination of volunteer and paid personnel.
  • Police Services - Mansfield has 1 Sergeant and 7 State Troopers.  Please see the Mansfield Resident State Trooper's Office page for additional information. 
  • Schools - Mansfield has three elementary schools (PK-4), Goodwin, Southeast, and Vinton; one Middle School (5-8), Mansfield Middle School; and one regional high school (9-12), E.O. Smith High School.
  • Student Enrollment - In October 2016, Mansfield had a total school enrollment of 1,214 in grades PK-8; 681 in grades PK-4 and 533 in grades 5-8.

View the CERC Town Profile for Mansfield.