North Branford is a town in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 14,407 at the 2010 census. It is one of the smallest towns in New Haven County, and is known for its agriculture, North Branford High School, as well as other points of interest including Connecticut Sportsplex, Lake Gaillard, Twin Lakes Golf Course, and Northford Ice Pavilion. Wallingford, Durham, and North Haven border it to the north- East Haven to the west, Guilford to the east, and Branford to the south.
The town has the neighborhoods of Totoket, Wood Chase, Northford, Sea Hill, Twin Lakes, ENB, South Queach, Ashley Park, and Doral Farms.
Totoket is mainly located along Totoket Road in the southwestern corner of the town- and has the highest crime of any neighborhood in the town.
Wood Chase is an extremely wealthy neighborhood, while Northford is very agricultural. Northford is North Branford’s largest neighborhood. Twin Lakes is the most densely populated area in North Branford. Sea Hill and ENB take up the eastern part of the town.