Town of


173 Main St. Groton, MA 01450
Phone: 978-448-1111

Town Manager:

Mark Haddad

Select Board:

Peter Cunningham
Alison Manugian
Rebecca Pine
Matt Pisani
John Reilly

Annual Town Meeting:

March 26, 2024
April, last Monday (the Select Board may establish a different date, sometime in March, April or May)

Municipal Election:

April 23, 2024
May, 4th Tuesday following Town Meeting


Population Density340
Registered Voters8,642
Income Per Capita$86,514
EQV Per Capita$197,287
Owner-occupied Housing Unit Rate87.6%
Median Value of Owner-occupied Housing Units$517,600
Median Gross Rent$1,277
Total Households3,829
Average Household Size2.90

Municipal Finances

Residential Tax Rate$15.64
Commercial Tax Rate$15.64
Average Tax Bill$9,916
Total Expenditures$42,804,371
Total Tax Levy$39,160,748
State Aid$1,077,749
Local Receipts$4,808,620
CPA Year Enacted2004
CPA Surcharge3.0%
CPA ExemptionsLow income, first $100,000 - residential
Town Hall of Groton

Town Hall

Wants you To KNOW

As the largest town in Middlesex County in land area, Groton is the seat of remarkable public and private education, as well as beautiful protected conservation land and trails open to the public.


Form of GovernmentSelect Board – Town Meeting
Incorporation Date1655
Chief Municipal OfficialTown Manager
Policy BoardSelect Board
Size of Policy Board5
Legislative BodyOpen Town Meeting


Area32.8 mi2
Public Roads109.3 mi
Regional Planning AgencyMontachusett Regional Planning Commission


U.S. Senate (statewide)

Edward J. Markey
Elizabeth Warren

U.S. House

Lori Trahan

Mass. Senate

John Cronin

Mass. House

Margaret Scarsdale
Danillo Sena

Income Per Capita

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