38 Facts About Stamford Connecticut

1. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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2. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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3. Stamford Connecticut has a population of 122,643 making it the 4th biggest city in Connecticut.

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4. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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5. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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6. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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7. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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8. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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9. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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10. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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11. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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12. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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13. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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14. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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15. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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16. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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17. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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18. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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19. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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20. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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21. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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22. Stamford Connecticut has topped many a list of safest big cities in the United States.

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23. Stamford Connecticut is home to more people working in fields that require strong math and computer backgrounds than 95 percent of the places in the US You can bet that means its Apple store is fully stocked.

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24. Stamford Connecticut is a part of the New Haven Line on the Metro-North Railroad, which is the commuter rail system for metropolitan NYC.

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25. Stamford Connecticut is located on the southwestern tip of Connecticut, and is well liked by residents for being less than an hour away from New York City and still one of the safest cities in the US.

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26. Stamford Connecticut has one of the most highly educated populations in the US Nine out of ten are high school graduates.

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27. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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28. Stamford Connecticut is within reasonable driving distance of six airports: two regional, four international.

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29. Stamford Connecticut is the busiest station on the Metro-North system, after only Grand Central Terminal, and serves as a major transfer point for local trains.

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30. Stamford Connecticut is located on the New Haven Line on the Metro-North Railroad, the commuter rail system for northern metropolitan New York City.

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31. Stamford Connecticut is predominantly Democratic, yet the least Democratic of Connecticut's urban cities.

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32. Stamford Connecticut is tied with Iowa City, Iowa for the US metropolitan area with the highest percentage of the adult population holding a bachelor's degree or higher; 44 percent of adults hold a degree.

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33. Stamford Connecticut has one of the most highly educated populations in the US.

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34. Stamford Connecticut averages about 90 days annually with freeze—about the same as Baltimore, Maryland.

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35. Stamford Connecticut is composed of approximately 45 distinct neighborhoods, including 2 historic districts.

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36. Stamford Connecticut is situated near the southwestern point of Connecticut, on the Long Island Sound.

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37. Stamford Connecticut was known as Rippowam by the Native American inhabitants to the region, and the very first European settlers to the area referred to it as such.

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38. Stamford Connecticut is home to four Fortune 500 Companies, nine Fortune 1000 Companies, and 13 current 100 Companies, as well as numerous divisions of large corporations.

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