Bolton Town Hall
663 Main St., Bolton, MA 01740
Ph: (978) 779-2297; Fx: 978-779-5461

Worcester County, MA, 35 miles WNW of Boston, in rocky but fertile farming, equestrian, and orchard country. 

Map Coord:
   42 26' 0"N, 71 36' 30"W
387 feet
Land Area:
  20.0 Sq-Miles

Bordering Areas:
W: Lancaster & Nashoba Valley
SW: Sterling, Clinton
S: Berlin, Hudson.  E: Stow.
N: Harvard.  NE: Boxborough

Main Highways:
 I-495 and Route 117.

Town History:

Settled in 1600's, incorporated on June 24, 1738. For a more detailed history, please visit:
   The Bolton Historical Society

Type of Government:

Town Meeting with a small Board of Selectmen, Town Administrator, Town Hall staff, and various municipal Boards, departments and admins.

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Some Demographics: (2013-2015)
All data is approximate, rounded and based on multiple sources.
  Total Homes   1,800
  Total Residents   5,200
  Population Density   200 persons per square mile
  Median (most common) age   43
  Median Household Income   $135,000 (2015-Q3)
  Median Individual Income   $56,000 (2015-Q3)
  Median Home Value   $480,000 (2015-Q3)
  Average Home Selling Price   $510,000 (2015-Q3)
Primary Occupations (circa 2013-2014)
  Computer or technology   15%
  Management   12%
  Senior Executives   6%
  Sales and Supervisors   4%
  Teaching (post secondary)   4%
  Retail sales (except cashiers)   3%