Boxborough is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 4,996 at the 2010 census. The town name is often spelled “Boxboro” on highway signs and official documents. The town was incorporated in 1783.
The town hall was built on large stones contributed by farmers in the town more than 100 years ago.
About 23 miles west of Boston, Boxborough is conveniently located along I-495, with Rt. 2 and Rt. 111 passing through the town from east to west. The quiet town boasts excellent school district that was ranked among top 10 in the state in recent rankings. The town library features newly designed building and professional and courteous staff.
The real estate market also offers much more reasonable prices than towns along the Route 128 belt. The 3-bedroom single house below is on the market for around $460,000. You can click on the picture for more details.
The following is some useful links for residents.
|SCHOOLS||Blanchard Memorial School (K – 6)|
|Acton-Boxborough Regional Junior and Senior High Schools|
|Minuteman Regional High School, Lexington|
|HOSPITALS||Emerson Hospital, Concord|
|Nashoba Community Hospital, Ayer|
|UMass Memorial – Marlborough Hospital, Marlborough|
|UTILITIES||Electrical Service – Littleton Light Department and Hudson Light and Power Department, the latter serving a portion of southeastern area of Boxborough|
|Natural Gas Service – National Grid|
|Telephone Service – Verizon|
|Cable Service – A T & T Broadband; Verizon; Comcast|
|The Town does not provide water or sewerage.|
|PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION||Commuter rail service is available in South Acton and Littleton|
|PUBLIC SAFETY||Police Department|
|Emergency Medical Technicians|
|Public Safety Dispatch Center|