Living in Norfolk

Happenings around town, useful resources, things to do, and more

Norfolk is a rural suburban town located in Norfolk County, Massachusetts approximately 30 minutes southwest of the city of Boston. It officially became an independent town on February 23, 1870, breaking away from Wrentham, Franklin. Walpole and Medway.

For a relatively small town, Norfolk has some robust municipal services available to residents. Norfolk has its own K-6 Schools and is one of three towns participating in the King Philip Regional School District. The town has its own Police, Fire, and Water departments as well as a growing Library.

Check out the various town resources below:
Things to check out and do.



Norfolk, MA

Every day thousands of people pass through Norfolk Center. Some use the commuter rail, visit the Library, Town Hall, shops, banks, churches, eateries and more.

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