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Kingston, MA 02364

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A Comprehensive Guide to Living in Kingston, Massachusetts

The coastal town of Kingston, Massachusetts was incorporated in 1726 and was previously part of Plymouth, having been settled shortly after 1620. The town consists of 18.6 square miles of land area and has a population of 12,629, according to the 2010 Census. The median income per household was $82,661 as of 2013 and household size was 2.72.[1] Kingston has an open town meeting form of government with a board of 5 selectmen and a town administrator. The real estate tax rate for 2015 is $16.94 per one thousand dollars of value.

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Primarily a residential community, commuters make up a large portion of Kingston’s population. Being just 35 miles south-east of Boston, Kingston is a terminus stop on the MBTA Commuter Rail for the Kingston/Plymouth line. The town also accounts for three exits on Route 3. Kingston operates its own police and fire departments and has an EMT service. The nearest hospital is Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth. Kingston has a Transfer Station, requiring a sticker and residents may also hire private companies for waste disposal.

Public Schools

Kingston has two elementary schools that serve students from kindergarten through sixth grade; Kingston Elementary School and Kingston Intermediate School. Kingston, along with Halifax and Plympton, is part of the Silver Lake Regional School District. Silver Lake Regional Middle School serves seventh and eighth grades, while Silver Lake Regional High School serves grades nine through twelve. Kingston also has a private school, Sacred Heart, which serves kindergarten through twelfth grade.

Community and Recreation

Kingston enjoys a number of recreational parks and beaches and has an active historical community. The town is also home to Kingston Collection, an enclosed shopping mall, housing 100 stores and restaurants. Additionally, the Indian Pond Country Club provides an 18-hole championship golf course that is open to the public.

Kingston also boasts several facilities that help community members stay active. The Kingston Sports Center provides three hardwood basketball courts that are volleyball net equipped. The Sports Center runs winter and summer youth leagues and is available for court rentals and birthday parties. The Kingsbury club is a local health club that provides members with access to a swimming pool, day spa, tennis court, and a fitness center. Furthermore, the Bog Ice Arena is located in Kingston and provides a place for hockey leagues, figure skaters, and the public to ice skate.

Important Phone Numbers

  •          Police Department: 781-585-0523
  •          Fire Department: 781-585-0531
  •          Town Hall: 781-585-0502
  •          Council on Aging: 781-585-0512
  •          Indian Pond Country Club: 781-585-9117

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