Our Community

  1. Civic Organizations

    This section contains information on a variety of Civic Organizations within the City of Tallmadge.

  2. Community Events

    Here you can browse through a list of community events with a brief description of what each event entails.

  3. Employment Opportunities

    The city of Tallmadge Department of Human Resources and the Civil Service Commission handle all employment opportunities for the city, including the Tallmadge Recreation Center.

  4. Libraries

    Prior to its current location, the Tallmadge Branch Library opened in a storefront in 1961 and moved into an 8,700-square-foot building located at 32 South Ave in 1977. This building was owned by the city and built for library purposes with funds from the city income tax. On Oct. 2, 2000, the Tallmadge Branch Library opened at 90 Community Road next to the Tallmadge Community Center.

  5. Local Parks

    Check out area parks, facilities, and a list of their amenities.

  6. Our History

    Tallmadge was founded in 1807 by the Reverend David Bacon as part of the Connecticut Western Reserve.

  7. Recreation Center

    The City of Tallmadge Recreation Center is a 100,000 square-foot health, fitness, wellness and recreation center that serves the residents of the community by providing high quality facilities and programs that enhance the quality of life for all.

  8. School System

    Tallmadge City Schools consist of four buildings organized as a K-2 primary (Dunbar), 3-5 primary (Munroe), 6-7-8 middle (Tallmadge Middle School) and a 9-12 high school (Tallmadge High School).

  9. Tallmadge Profile

    Here you can read about our location, housing options, and attractive places within our city limits.