The mission of Nobscot Neighbors is to promote, preserve, and advocate for Nobscot, a village within Framingham, Massachusetts, and improve its quality of life for residents, businesses, institutions, and visitors.

Community Services

Are you a new Nobscot resident wondering where to vote? Who represents your neighborhood in Town Meeting? Where your kids may go to school, and what your local houses of worship are? And is there any public transportation? What day is my trash picked up? The answers are here.


The new Christa McAuliffe branch of the Framingham Public Library opened  in 2016 on Water Street next to the Nobscot Shopping Center. 

Voting Locations and Precincts

Nobscot's polling places are the Hemenway School at 729 Water Street, the Potter Road School at 492 Potter Road, and the King School at 454 Water Street.

You can view a listing of precinct information, with the streets sorted alphabetically, on the town web site.

You can also use this state web site to determine both your precinct and voting location, based on your address.

Town Meeting Members

Framingham's Town Meeting members and their contact information are listed on the town web site. Members from the Nobscot area are from precincts 1, 2, 4, and 5.

Note: Precincts in some cases overlap different sections of Framingham, so not all members in the aforementioned precincts are Nobscot area residents.


The Metro West Regional Transit Authority has hourly bus service from Nobscot Village from early morning to early evening to numerous destinations around Framingham and Natick, including the shopping malls, Saxonville, and downtown Framingham. There are also routes to and from other Metrowest communities and the Woodland Green Line stop in Newton. 

Public Schools

BLOCKS Preschool

Hemingway Elementary School

Brophy Elementary School

Charlotte A. Dunning Elementary School

Walsh Middle School

Private Schools

Reed Academy

Sudbury Valley School

Summit Montessori School

Wayland Academy

Houses of Worship

Crossroads Community Church

Framingham Friends Meeting

Lutheran Church of Framingham

Temple Beth Am

Temple Beth-Sholom

Trash Pickup

General trash information and pickup schedules are here.

Public Safety

Framingham Fire Department Station Seven is located at 789 Water Street, across from the Nobscot Shopping Center. In an emergency, always dial 911.