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Framingham Demographics
Learn about Framingham Demographics and other Statistics in
Framingham by the Numbers.


Framingham Works
Framingham has a diverse and growing local economy.  From farms to pharmaceuticals, there is opportunity for everyone.


Framingham Learns - Education
Framingham Public Schools is a robust and competitive public school system with consistently high ?test scores and dynamic arts and athletic programs.  Framingham is also home to a number of private, charter, and technical schools, as well as the higher education intuitions of Framingham State University and Mass Bay Community College.


Framingham Open Space & Recreation
There is so much to see and do in Framingham—from a swim at one of our three beaches, to a skate inside Loring Arena, to a visit to smell the wildflowers in Garden in the Woods.


Downtown Framingham
In many ways, the Downtown is the heart of Framingham.  With friendly shops, quaint parks, and outstanding restaurants, there is much fun to be had in Downtown Framingham.

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Framingham Arts and Culture
Framingham is a vital hub of music, theater, and fine arts, and home to a thriving cultural scene.


Framingham Public Library
The Framingham Public Library—both the Main Branch in Downtown Framingham and the Christa McAuliffe Branch Library in Nobscot—is a center for learning, growth, and creativity in the Framingham community.  Come see all that FPL has to offer!

Creative Economy in Framingham
Framingham’s Creative Economy is a strong cultural and economic force in the MetroWest region.  From designers to filmmakers to symphony orchestras, Framingham is home to a broad and vibrant mélange of artists and creators.
Framingham Demographics Framingham Works .pdf Framingham Demographics .pdf Framingham Learns - Education .pdf Framingham Open Space and Recreation .pdf Downtown Framingham .pdf Framingham Arts & Culture .pdf Framingham Public Library .pdf Creative Economy in Framingham .pdf