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Acton, Massachusetts (U.S.)

Middlesex County

Last modified: 2020-06-13 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of Acton, Massachusetts] image by Jorge Candeias, 12 December 2004

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Description of the flag

A white flag with a black silhouette of a minuteman in the center.  Arched above is the text I HAVEN'T A MAN WHO IS AFRAID TO GO, and below on two lines, APRIL 19 1775 and ACTON MINUTEMEN - all text is in black. Acton is in Middlesex County.


Acton is a suburban community located 25 miles northwest of Boston. Although Acton's population has almost tripled in the last three decades, the town has retained much of its rural New England character, as evidenced by the traditional town center and green, with fine examples of historic architecture, and the stone walls and tree-lined country roads. However, Acton is well prepared for the 21st century. Acton affords a full range of services to its residents and businesses, including an active town government, top-notch libraries, a nationally accredited police department, a full-time fire department, and local and regional school systems that are ranked among the top in the state. Commerce continues to thrive and grow in Acton due in large part to its prime location along Routes 2, 27 and 111, the commuter train stop, and its proximity to Route 495. A wide range of retail stores and services, a community theater, various types of commercial recreation and several museums, can all be found in Acton.
Dov Gutterman, 27 November 2002


[Municipal seal] image located by Paul Bassinson, 3 May 2020

Paul Bassinson, 3 May 2020