With a diverse mix of industry, office, retail, medical, and open space, Burlington is truly a great place to live, work, and play. It is recognized nationally as a center for the high technology industry of the 21st century. It is ideally situated within the state highway system, at the junction of the Boston-Merrimac corridor. The Town supports its residents with a variety of services, including a Community Life Center, a council of Aging, a Disability Access Comission, Housing Authority, and Veterans Services.
Burlington Recreation Department offers a multitude of programs, trips and events for all ages. Recreational facilities and activities of Burlington include tennis courts, skate parks, playgrounds, basketball courts, fishing and swimming facilities, softball fields, hiking, biking, walking trails and picnic areas. There is also a charming Town Common that serves as the location for movies and concerts during July and August.
Estimated median home cost in 2012: $376,400. Home appreciation in 2011 has been 1.44%.
Estimated median household income in 2010: $98,564.
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