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The Town of Framingham, with a population of 65,000, is located mid-way between Boston and Worcester and is the hub of the Metro-West region. Framingham offers a unique blend of urban and rural qualities. The vibrant retail area along Route 9 lies close by quiet residential areas and the town common. The historic strengths of the town have been its location and its people.

From its founding in 1700, Framingham has supported a variety of industries. The mills and factories that flourished in Framingham encouraged the growth of the Saxonville area of the town and the downtown. Currently, the major town employers are primarily non-manufacturing, including medical, retail, educational, office and biotechnical activities.

The residents of Framingham value public participation and the town is the largest municipality with a town meeting form of government. Framingham offers recreational activities of all sorts for its residents from the many organized team sports leagues to the nationally renowned Garden in the Woods. Framingham unites for numerous municipal celebrations throughout the year, with a major focus on Flag Day activities in June.

Framingham is located in Eastern Massachusetts, bordered by Southborough and Marlborough on the west, Sherborn and Ashland on the south, Natick on the east, Wayland on the northeast, and Sudbury on the north. Framingham is 19 miles west of Boston and 197 miles from New York City.

Narrative compiled by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD).

 

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187 Oaks Road
Framingham, MA 01702
Tel: 508-626-2121
Fax: 508-969-2001

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