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North Attleborough, Massachusetts

Information and resources for the community of North Attleborough, MA.

North Attleborough’s walkable, mixed-use downtown is charming – it’s one of the region’s true Downtowns.

North Attleborough also has an abundance of natural resources, including several rivers, such as the Ten-Mile River and Seven-Mile River, and numerous ponds and lakes, such as Greenwood Lake (site of a fish hatchery) and Falls Pond (popular for fishing, swimming, and boating). The town’s World War I Memorial Park and Zoo offers picnic areas, trails, a ski slope, playgrounds, a sports field, an Arboretum, and a petting zoo. It also includes the highest point in Bristol County – Sunrise Hill (Watery Hill) at a whopping 390 feet above sea level.

By the Numbers


Population: 29,116

Population Change: 1.4%

Median Age: 39.3

Poverty Level: 8.2%

Avg. Household Size: 2.66

Median Household Income: $89,485


Percent Cost Burden: 25.3%

Average Age Built: 1973

Ownership Rate: 64.8%

Seasonal Units: 0

Average Sale Price: $376,000

Subsidized Housing Inventory: 3.06%


Top Three Industries:

Retail Trade
Accommodations and Food Services

Average Annual Wage: 745

Average Commute Time: 29.8 minutes


Miles of Sidewalk: 62.3

Chapter 90 Funding: $799,172

Regional Transit Authority (RTA): GATRA

Available Public Transit Services:

Fixed Route Bus Service
Dial-a-Ride service for 60+ and persons with a disability


Number of Culverts: 116