Welcome to the Town of Chelmsford, a community with a small-town feel and big-city amenities. Homes in Chelmsford are in one of the twenty-two neighborhoods each with a unique feel and sense of community.
On Saturday mornings from late spring to early fall residents can be found on the local green at the farmer's market. Other favorite annual events include the 4th of July parade and County Fair, Winterfest, Fallfest, and Holiday Prelude. The Chelmsford Center for the Arts, Public Library, and Senior Center offer a host of cultural events from concerts, to art shows, to classes and presentations.
For those who would rather be outside, Chelmsford offers the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail, conservation trails, 2 ponds, public beach, boat launch to the river, and numerous parks which provide ample opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Additionally, Chelmsford is conveniently located to the city of Boston, the Atlantic Coast, and the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
In 2020 Chelmsford received bragging rights from Money Magazine as the top place to live in the
Commonwealth. Money Magazine also ranked Chelmsford No.14 in its list of the 50 Best Places to Live
in America. This ranking was based on proximity to Boston and colleges, public transportation, and
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