Town of


500 Gliniewicz Way Abington, MA 02351
Phone: 781-982-2100

Town Manager:

Scott Lambiase

Select Board:

Paul Bunker
Kevin DiMarzio
Suzanne Djusberg
Kevin Donovan
Roger Woods

Annual Town Meeting:

April 1, 2024
April, 1st Monday

Municipal Election:

April 27, 2024
April, last Saturday


Population Density1,771
Registered Voters11,824
Income Per Capita$40,313
EQV Per Capita$157,589
Owner-occupied Housing Unit Rate78.5%
Median Value of Owner-occupied Housing Units$476,600
Median Gross Rent$1,419
Total Households6,237
Average Household Size2.70

Municipal Finances

Residential Tax Rate$14.21
Commercial Tax Rate$14.21
Average Tax Bill$7,076
Total Expenditures$52,043,703
Total Tax Levy$40,826,718
State Aid$15,991,543
Local Receipts$5,408,644
CPA Year Enacted2016
CPA Surcharge1.5%
CPA ExemptionsLow income, first $100,000 - residential, first $100,000 - commercial
Town Hall of Abington

Town Hall

Wants you To KNOW

Located halfway between Boston and Plymouth, Abington was originally part of the Bridgewater Purchase of 1650 from Massasoit, chief of the Wampanoag Federation. The town proudly celebrated its 300th anniversary in 2012.


Form of GovernmentSelect Board – Town Meeting
Incorporation Date1712
Chief Municipal OfficialTown Manager
Policy BoardBoard of Selectmen
Size of Policy Board5
Legislative BodyOpen Town Meeting


Area9.7 mi2
Public Roads67.4 mi
Regional Planning AgencyOld Colony Planning Council


U.S. Senate (statewide)

Edward J. Markey
Elizabeth Warren

U.S. House

Stephen Lynch

Mass. Senate

John Keenan

Mass. House

Alyson Sullivan

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