City of Framingham, Massachusetts

About City of Framingham, Massachusetts

Incorporated as a Town on June 25, 1700, the Town of Framingham is governed by the Board of Selectmen and Town Manager, who form the executive branch of the town, with Town Meeting serving as the legislative branch. With over 68,000 residents, Framingham is the largest town in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. For more information on town government, visit

Centrally located between Boston and Worcester, Framingham is considered to be the residential, economic, and cultural hub of the multi-town region known as MetroWest. It offers a unique blend of urban, suburban, and rural qualities and is home to a long list of leading corporations such as Bose, Staples, TJX, Genzyme and others. Its location along the Massachusetts Turnpike, combined with a concentration of highly skilled management, professional, and technical workers makes it one of the most competitive business locations in Massachusetts.

In 2013, Area Development Magazine ranked Framingham near the top in the nation for job growth on its “Leading Locations for 2013” list. In 2012, CNN Money Magazine ranked Framingham as its 36th “Best Places to Live”. To learn more about Framingham's business, residential and recreational offerings, visit


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