Middlesex County

Framingham, MA: What you need to know

Founded in 1700, Framingham is often ranked among the best places to live in America, with amenities that include dozens of public parks and a well-regarded school system. Higher education options include Framingham State University, and the economy in this bedroom community is buoyed by the retail sector and MetroWest Medical Center. The town also has 400 acres of land placed into public conservation, including Wittenborg Woods.

 

Framingham, MA City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 70,443
Median Age 38
Median Household Income $68,219
Median Home Price $345,700
Walkscore 39

Framingham, MA Demographics

Median Population in Framingham , MA

Median Age 37.7%
Age 18 Over 79%
Age 21 Over 74.3%
Age 62 Over 16.8%
Age 65 Over 13.7%

Race in Framingham , MA

  Ethnicity White 74.1%
  Ethnicity Black 7.4%
  Ethnicity Asian 8.1%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 15.5%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.3%
  Ethnicity Other 5.7%

Population By Gender in Framingham , MA

  Male 47.3%
  Female 52.7%

Language in Framingham , MA

  English Only 62.9%
  English Other 37.1%

Economics in Framingham , MA

  Median Household Income $68,219
  Median Home Price $345,700
  Homes Owned 45.3%
  Homes Rent 54.7%
  Median Property Rent $1,190

 
COMMUTE TIME: 28.5 MINUTES
in Framingham , MA

Commute Types in Framingham , MA

  Walked 3.7%
  Worked at Home 3.5%
  Public Transportation 3.9%
  Other Means 1.6%
  Drove Alone 74.1%
  Carpooled 13.2%

39/100
WALK SCORE
for Framingham , MA

 
Total Employed Armed Forces: 19
In Framingham , MA

 
5% CIVILIAN VETERANS
in Framingham , MA