Arlington is a town in eastern Massachusetts, six miles northwest of Boston, latitude 42 degrees 25 minutes north, longitude 71 degrees 09 minutes west. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 42,389.
It is situated in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. It is bordered on the south by the town of Belmont, on the south and east by the city of Cambridge, on the west by the town of Lexington, on the north by the town of Winchester, and on the east by the cities of Medford and Somerville.
Web Sites and Links
Arlington Massachusetts, OnlinePublic information about the town, including selectmen, Town Hall, School Committee, and a variety of references to town agencies and people.
DHCD Community Profiles: ArlingtonBasic information about the town. [PDF]
Live From ArlingtonProvides news, information and an online community for residents. Hosting donated by David Coletta and operated by volunteers.
Math Methods - Math-Science Educational ServicesProvides math and science tutoring and mentoring services to students of all ages in Arlington and surrounding area.
Missing and Hidden Street Name Signs in Arlington, MassachusettsArticle about misplaced street signs at Arlington intersections.
NCRA Virtual Mentoring ProgramBrings court reporters and students together. Santo J. Aurelio is the Arlington mentor who took the Boston Strangler case.
Town Online: ArlingtonArlington's home on the web, featuring news and information from the Arlington Advocate.
Welcome to Historic ArlingtonCommunity website owned by Paul Schlichtman, dedicated to serving friends and neighbors in Arlington. Links to residents, businesses, organizations, government, and zip codes.