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Westford

Quick Facts:

Incorporated in 1729

Population: 21,951

Total Area: 31.3 sq. mile

sLand Area: 30.6 sq. miles

Density: 712.1 per sq. mile

Median Household Income: $121,136

Median Household Size: 2.93

Resources:

Town Website: www.westfordma.gov

Fire Department: 978-692-5542

Police Department: 978-692-2161

Town Hall: 978-692-5515

Transportation

Highways: State Routes MA 110, 20, 225 and 27 and Interstate Route 495

Commuter Rail: The LRTA 15 bus is available and connects Westford along Route 110 with Chelmsford and the Lowell train station on the MBTA Commuter Rail Lowell Line.

Schools and Education: Westford Academy, Nashoba Valley Technical High School, Blanchard Middle School, Stony Brook Middle School, Abbot Elementary School, Crisafulli Elementary School, Norman E. Day Elementary School, Miller Elementary School, Nabanasset Elementary School, Robinson Elementary School, Millenium Integrated Preschool

 

The Town of Westford is a suburban community with rolling hills, lakes, and apple orchards. The area is ideal for biking. Incorporated on September 23, 1729, Westford is home to a beautiful library, a community center, an active recreation department, the Nashoba Valley Ski area and two town beaches located on spring-fed ponds. Westford also has a championship 18-hole semi-private golf course.

 

Every year the Town has an Apple Blossom Festival in May with a parade and the crowning of an apple blossom queen and a Strawberry Festival in June featuring a wonderful craft fair and strawberry shortcake. The Town of Westford truly has something for everyone.  Originally Westford was noted for its farms and woolen mills, but today is mostly a bedroom community with an emphasis on high tech.

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