Water Companies in Royalston, MA
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Ashburnham Water Department
(978) 827-4120 more info
Gardner Water Department
(978) 630-4015 more info
Jaffrey Town Water Department
(603) 532-7870 more info
Keene City Water Department
(603) 352-6550 more info
Orange Town Water Department
(978) 544-1115 more info
Orange Water Billing Department
(978) 544-1100 more info
Templeton Municipal Light Co
(978) 939-5323 more info
Town of Jaffrey
(603) 532-6175 more info
Troy Town Water & Sewer Department
(603) 242-3890 more info
Westminster Water Department
(978) 874-5572 more info

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Facts about Royalston, MA:
Royalston is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 1,258 at the 2010 census. Royalston is a small town in the North Quabbin area of northwestern-central Massachusetts. It was named after Isaac Royall, a slaveholder and businessperson from Medford, Massachusetts who founded the town in a land deal in 1765.[1][2] It is very large in land area?about 42.5 square miles (110 km2)?though it has a population of fewer than 1,300. Many of the surrounding towns like Warwick and Richmond are also very small. Most of the town's land is forest and wetlands, and there are several reservations and wildlife management areas. Two notable reservations are the Tully Lake flood protection dam area in the very southwestern part of the town, and the Royalston Falls reservation in the northern section. The largest population center in the town is the village of South Royalston in the southeastern corner of the town. This village contains the...

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