Groton

Groton

The Town of Groton, incorporated in 1655, is a lovely New England village nestled on the banks of the Nashua and Squannacook Rivers and is the home of two well-known private schools. Majestic antique homesteads, faded red barns, rolling apple orchards, colonial stonewalls and family farm stands all contribute to Groton's charm. The community prides itself on the numerous acres within the town protected as conservation lands and on the open spaces for swimming, fishing, canoeing, hiking, riding and cross country skiing, as well as for being the center for several cultural groups and organizations.

Transportation
Highways:
State Routes 40, 111, 119 and 225

Schools and Education
Boutwell School
Groton Community School
Florence Roche Elementary
Groton-Dunstable Middle School
Groton-Dunstable High School
Nashoba Valley Technical High School
Country Day School of the Holy Union
Groton School
Lawrence Academy

Additional Info
Town Hall: 978-448-1100
Fire Department: 978-448-6333
Police Department: 978-448-5555
www.townofgroton.org

Incorporated in: 1655
Population: 10,646
Total Area: 33.7 sq. miles
Land Area: 32.8 sq. miles
Density: 291.3 per sq. mile
Median Household Income: $118,041
Median household Size: 2.9

 

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