Stowe Seal

Stow, Massachusetts

The Town of Stow is situated midway between Boston and Worcester and is a small residential community with rural aspects. The town boasts several apple orchards, which are a beautiful sight to behold in spring and which attract many people in the early fall for apple picking, as well as a public country club with two award-winning 18-hole golf courses.

Stow has a four-seasons kind of beauty that makes it ideal as “a place for growing up and a place for coming back”.  The townspeople, in general, are concerned about preserving Stow’s historical past. At the same time they encourage residential growth that is protective of both the people who live here now and the people who will live here in the future.

Stow, MA

Quick Facts

Incorporated in:
1683
Population:
6,671
Total Area:
17.6 sq. miles
Land Area:
17.6 sq. miles
Density:
379 per sq. mile
Median Household Income:
$ 123,609.00
Median Household Size:
2.8

City Resources

Town Hall Phone:
978-897-4514
Town Website:
http://www.stow-ma.gov/pages/index
Fire Department Phone:
978-897-4537
Police Department Phone:
978-897-4545

City Transportation

Highways:
Route 117 and 62

Schools and Education

Pompositticut School (K-2)
Center School (3-5)
Hale Middle School (6-8)
Nashoba Regional High School (9-12)
Minuteman High School (9-12)