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Lakeville, Massachusetts

Information and resources for the community of Lakeville, MA.

Lakeville is named for the chain of broad and beautiful lakes.

Assawompset Pond, Great Quittacas Pond, Little Quittacas Pond, Pocksha Pond, and Long Pond occupy a large portion of the town’s area. On the shoreline of Assawompset Pond, the town-owned Betty’s Neck Conservation Area is a perfect snapshot of Lakeville: it’s nestled in among neighborhoods and cranberry bogs and offers miles of hiking trails through forests, shorelines, and active agriculture.

By the Numbers


Population: 11,293

Population Change: %

Median Age: 44.4

Poverty Level: 3.5%

Avg. Household Size: 2.81

Median Household Income: $106,775


Percent Cost Burden: 26.5%

Average Age Built: 1982

Ownership Rate: 77.9%

Seasonal Units: 8

Average Sale Price: $356,000

Subsidized Housing Inventory: 7.1%


Top Three Industries:

Transportation and Warehousing
Health Care and Social Assistance

Average Annual Wage: 986

Average Commute Time: 35.4 minutes


Miles of Sidewalk: 9.5

Chapter 90 Funding: $383,943

Regional Transit Authority (RTA): GATRA

Available Public Transit Services:

- Wareham-Lakeville Train Connector - Dial-a-Ride service for 60+ and persons with a disability


Number of Culverts: 82