Water Companies in Weston, MA
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Lincoln Water Department
(781) 259-8997 more info
Natick Water & Sewer Department
(508) 647-6557 more info
Natick Water Billing
(508) 647-6425 more info
Needham Water Division
(781) 455-7546 more info
Sudbury Water District
(978) 443-6602 more info
Waltham Water Billing
(781) 314-3810 more info
Water Department
(508) 358-7431 more info
Watertown Public Works
(617) 972-6420 more info
Wayland Water Department
(508) 358-3696 more info
* Weston Water Department
(781) 893-2363 more info

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Facts about Weston, MA:
Weston is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, about 15 miles west of downtown Boston. The population of Weston, as of June 2017, was 11,389.[1] Weston was incorporated in 1713, and protection of the town's historic resources is driven by the Weston Historical Commission and Weston Historical Society. The town has one Local Historic District, 10 National Register Districts, 26 Historic Areas, and seven houses individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[2] Weston's predominance as a residential community is reflected in its population density, which is among the lowest of Boston's suburbs near or within Route 128.[3] More than 2,000 acres, or 18 percent of the town's total acreage, have been preserved as parks, fields, wetlands, and forests, with 90 miles of trails for hiking, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing.[4][5] Thirty-seven scenic roads, as defined by Massachusetts law,[6] also aim to...

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