City of Newton, MA
state and local government
The City of Newton is located seven miles west of downtown Boston. It is bordered by the West Roxbury section of Boston on the southeast, the Town of Needham on the southwest, the Towns of Wellesley and Weston on the west, the City of Waltham and Town of Weston on the north; and the Town of Brookline and the Allston-Brighton sections of Boston on the east. The City has a population of 88,817 (2017) and occupies a land area of 18.33 square miles. The City is principally suburban-residential in character. Unlike many communities that are established around a single Main Street or downtown, Newton is comprised of thirteen distinctive villages – Auburndale; Chestnut Hill; Newton Centre; Newton Corner; Newton Highlands; Newton Lower Falls; Newton Upper Falls; Newtonville; Nonantum; Oak Hill; Thompsonville; Waban; and West Newton. We pride ourselves on being known as “The Garden City” and open space comprises 19.6% of the City’s total land area, of which 55% is publicly owned.
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