Woodbridge has a population of roughly 9,000 people, and is home to many of the faculty of Yale University. The town center is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Woodbridge Green Historic District. The town center is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Woodbridge Green Historic District.
Woodbridge is home to several organizations that protect undeveloped land and historic sites, including the Woodbridge Land Trust and the Woodbridge Park Association. The town has an extensive system of preserved hiking trails open to the public, notably the 93-acre Alice Newton Street Memorial Park and the 22-acre Wepawaug Falls area. Some of the land has been donated by residents.
Beecher Road School is the town’s pre Kindergarten – Grade 6 school. As part of the Amity school system, Woodbridge shares a middle school with the town of Bethany, which is located north of Woodbridge. Woodbridge also shares the Amity Regional High School with the neighboring towns of Bethany and Orange. The high school is located in Woodbridge’s town center area. It has recently undergone extensive renovations in order to accommodate the extra ninth grade coming in from all three towns. Woodbridge is also home to the private school, Ezra Academy.