Town of


29 Center St. Burlington, MA 01803
Phone: 781-270-1600

Town Administrator:

Paul Sagarino Jr.

Select Board:

Sarah Cawley
Mike Espejo
Joseph Morandi
Nicholas Priest
James Tigges

Annual Town Meeting:

May 13, 2024
May, 2nd Monday

Municipal Election:

April 6, 2024
April, Saturday following 1st Monday


Population Density2,216
Registered Voters18,445
Income Per Capita$59,089
EQV Per Capita$346,629
Owner-occupied Housing Unit Rate74.8%
Median Value of Owner-occupied Housing Units$610,000
Median Gross Rent$2,165
Total Households10,093
Average Household Size2.58

Municipal Finances

Residential Tax Rate$9.40
Commercial Tax Rate$26.15
Average Tax Bill$6,197
Total Expenditures$140,138,389
Total Tax Levy$134,491,167
State Aid$12,511,792
Local Receipts$15,061,606
Town Hall of Burlington

Town Hall

Wants you To KNOW

Fifteen miles northwest of Boston lies Burlington, a booming suburb along Interstate 95 with approximately 27,000 residents. Incorporated in 1779 and once an agricultural town, Burlington has bloomed into one of the fastest-growing towns in Massachusetts since the 1960s.


Form of GovernmentSelect Board – Town Meeting
Incorporation Date1799
Chief Municipal OfficialTown Administrator
Policy BoardSelect Board
Size of Policy Board5
Legislative BodyRepresentative Town Meeting
Size of Representative Town Meeting126


Area11.7 mi2
Public Roads117.6 mi
Regional Planning AgencyMetropolitan Area Planning Council


U.S. Senate (statewide)

Edward J. Markey
Elizabeth Warren

U.S. House

Seth Moulton

Mass. Senate

Cindy Friedman

Mass. House

Kenneth Gordon

Income Per Capita

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