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HISTORY

Chelmsford, one of the Massachusetts Bay Colonies, was settled about 1653 by people from Concord and Woburn. In 1655 the Rev. John Fiske of the church in Wenham was secured by the Town, and came to Chelmsford bringing some of his church members with him. The Town of Chelmsford was granted its charter by the General Court in May 1655, together with Billerica and Groton. As a frontier town it had its share of Indian fighting, and then, as it has ever since, it provided soldiers for the country's battles.

From its early days, until after World War II, Chelmsford has essentially been a farming community. A number of small businesses, however, have waxed and waned over the first 200 years of our history, including such useful ones as iron smelting, lumbering and wood products, and the manufacture of lime, bricks and glass. Chelmsford granite, which came into prominence after the Rev¬olution and was used in Boston and other cities, is still being quarried. Large woolen mills were operated in North Chelmsford from the 1880's until about 25 years ago. Within the past 20 years, a variety of small industrial enterprises have become operative in the industrial zones of the Town.

In area Chelmsford was originally twice its present size. In 1729 the West-ern section, almost half the area of the original plantation, left to become the Town of Westford. Thirty years after its charter, Chelmsford purchased from the Indians their land between the Concord and Merrimack Rivers, known as "The Neck” to increase its amount of arable land. "The Neck" eventually became the major part of downtown Lowell, being separated in 1826 to form the Town of Lowell, which ten years later became the City of Lowell.

This development, which started within the bounds of Chelmsford, is recog¬nized as being the first industrial community, which was planned as such from the outset. Also remarkable was the Middlesex Canal, running 27 miles from Middlesex Village (now in Lowell) to Boston. It opened in 1803, and continued until com¬petition from the new railroads forced its discontinuance in 1852. The canal was the first of its type in the nature of a public utility, and is considered to be the greatest single work of engineering improvement up to that time.

The farms of Chelmsford have largely disappeared between the years 1950 and 1980, and have been supplanted by extensive residential developments. During that time, Chelmsford was one of the fastest growing communities in the entire northeast. In view of this rapid growth some residents feel that it is appropriate, indeed urgent, that steps be taken to preserve at least a small portion of our older Town as a tangible physical link with our historic heritage, before change completely eradicates it.

Located in Middlesex County approximately 30 miles northwest of Boston, Chelmsford is a town of about 33,000. The town is named for Chelmsford, England and is the only town in the United States so named.

LIVING IN CHELMSFORD
Chelmsford offers tremendous recreational, educational, and health care opportunities for its residents.

Local
Chelmsford is home to a number of overnight accommodations, and a diverse range of restaurants, shopping, and specialty services. The town takes great pride in its recreational and open space resources highlighted by over 1,000 acres of conservation land, the Chelmsford Country Club, a public nine-hole golf course with a practice range, function and dining room suitable for groups of 25 to 80 people, the only public boat launch on the Merrimack River between Lowell and the New Hampshire border at Southwell Park and the 6.8 mile Bruce Freeman Rail Trail, part of a larger 25-mile trail traveling through Lowell, Chelmsford, Westford, Carlisle, Acton, Concord, Sudbury, and Framingham accessible for jogging, hiking, bicycling, horseback, and cross-country skiing.

Bridging the Chelmsford/Carlisle town line and named an “Editor’s Pick 2000” by Yankee Magazine’s Travel Guide to New England, Great Brook Farm State Park offers four-season recreation, including canoeing and kayaking, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing on groomed trails. An active dairy farm is located on park grounds with year-round tours available.

Regional
The City of Lowell serves as the regions arts, cultural and entertainment center with its numerous historic attractions, museums, art galleries, performing art revenues and sporting events.

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS

  • The National Historical Park
  • The Brush Art Gallery and Studios
  • The New England Quilt Museum
  • The Boott Cotton Mills Museum
  • The National Streetcar Museum
  • The Whistler House


    CELEBRATIONS
    The Lowell Folk Festival is the largest of its kind in the U.S. This three-day festival is the city’s premier cultural event, attracting thousands to a celebration of traditional music and folk entertainment.

    RECREATION
    The Merrimack and Concord Rivers provide fishing, canoeing, sailing, water skiing, and high quality white water rafting. Enjoy hiking, jogging, horse¬back riding and cross-country skiing on six miles of trails at the The Lowell-Dracut- Tyngsboro State Forest. The Vandenberg Esplanade is a prime venue for walking, biking, swimming, and picnicking along the banks of the Merrimack River.

    Also in Boston are a number of major league professional sports teams including the Boston Red Sox (baseball), The Boston Celtics (basketball), and nearby Foxboro is home to the New England Patriots (football). The Boston metropolitan area offers many attractions including the Boston Pops, Faneuil Hall, the JFK Library and Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Freedom Trail, the New England Aquarium, the Paul Revere House, and more.

    EDUCATION
    Chelmsford Public Schools
    The Chelmsford Public School System is made up of five K – 4 elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. Chelmsford has recently completed a $31 million construction project for the renova¬tion and expansion of Chelmsford High School and the Town’s two middle schools. students perform at high levels on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) and are accepted into the nation’s finest colleges and universities.

    Higher Education
    Located in Middlesex County, 3 miles southwest of Lowell and 22 miles north-west of Boston, Chelmsford students have access to numerous colleges and universi¬ties throughout the region including the University of Massachusetts Lowell and Middlesex Community College.

    The University of Massachusetts Lowell is a fully accredited, 4-year public university that offers 15 doctoral, 29 master’s and 38 bachelor’s degree programs in science, engineering, health, humani¬ties, social sciences, fine arts, education and management. Signature programs include sound recording technology, plastics engineering, economic and social develop¬ment of regions, and community health and sustainability. www.uml.edu

    Middlesex Community College is the largest community college in Massachusetts offering 79 degree and certificate programs, hundreds of noncredit courses, career training, online courses and programs, and bachelor’s degree completion programs with Salem State and Fitchburg State colleges. www.middlesex.mass.edu

    Lowell General Hospital
    The Lowell General Hospital (LGH) has grown into one of the top community hospitals in the nation. In 2006, Thomson 100 Hospitals named Lowell General as the only New England community hospital among the nation’s Top 100 Performance Improvement Leaders. The hospital has 200 beds, 38 bassinets, and two satellite locations in Chelmsford: The Surgery Center/Patient Services Center and the Women’s Imaging Center. In addition to 24-hour emergency services, critical care, surgical care, and critical care, LGH also offers specialty services including cancer care, cardiac services, and pediatric clinics in partnership with NEMC/Floating Hospital for Children.
    www.lowellgeneral.org

    COMMUNITY HIGHLIGHTS

    • Commuter access to Route 3, Route 495, Route 110
    • Access to the Lowell Connector
    • Minutes from the Lowell MBTA Commuter Rail into Boston
    • Chelmsford Center for the Arts
    • Chelmsford Community Garden
    • Chelmsford Public Library
    • Bill Edge / Deep Brook Reservation
    • Bruce Freeman Rail Trail
    • Cranberry Bog Reservation
    • Heart Pond
    • Varney Playground
    • The University of Massachusetts Lowell
    • Middlesex Community College
    • Lowell General Hospital

     

     

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