Rooster River

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Rooster River is a river in Fairfield County, Connecticut that lies on and serves as the border between Bridgeport and Fairfield. [1] It has flooded on numerous occasions and so has its own flood control project. [2]

Rooster River flooding.

The river is 15.3 square miles in length. [1] Its headwater is heavily urbanized watershed; in addition to Bridgeport and Fairfield, it also runs through Trumbull. [1] Rooster River extends southward into Black Rock Harbor and Long Island Sound by way of the Ash Creek Estuary. [1] The source of the river is Lake Forest in Bridgeport, Horse Tavern Brook in Trumbull, and London's Brook from the Fairchild Wheeler golf course. [2]


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