Randolph is a dynamic community of approximately 32,000 people situated perfectly just south of Boston. It possesses the comforts and tranquility of a small New England town and the vibrant fabric of a diverse community with great access to transportation networks.
Randolph prides itself on its unique diversity, inclusion, and progressive nature. We are from many backgrounds with many different perspectives, but we are One Randolph. We believe we are the quintessential 21st-century community, providing our residents with a truly unique setting.
Randolph's Town government aims to put its residents first by providing top-quality services at all levels. We strive to be flexible and adapt to our public's needs on a regular basis. Increasing use of technology to meet our residents' needs is a constant goal; we want to bring local government to the people where and when they are most comfortable interacting with us.
Randolph provides an ever-increasing quality of life for its residents. We have invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the past seven years to make Randolph one of the most livable communities on the South Shore. We are in the process of constructing a gorgeous $14 million state-of-the-art intergenerational community center. We are concurrently undertaking a $2.5 million renovation of our downtown public library. We have created an incredible 14-acre community park at Powers Farm with kayaking, canoeing, a picnic pavilion, a playground, and walking trails through its diverse landscape. We have rebuilt our community track and sports fields. We have built five new playgrounds in the past six years. We have invested substantially in public safety and education and have seen corresponding marked improvements in both areas. Randolph has become the best-kept secret in Massachusetts.
Randolph's location and transportation network provides ample opportunities for business opportunities and commuter access. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Commuter Rail operates out of South Randolph on the Middleboro line, linking directly to South Station. The MBTA bus services provide direct access to the Quincy Center and Ashmont stations on the Red Line. We sit at the confluence of Route 93, 128, and Route 24 which provides access north, southeast, and around Boston's 128 ring. Boston is just a twenty-minute commute on most days.
Come join us in Randolph's amazing renaissance - all are welcome!