Milford, MA

With over 27,000 residents, Milford is a thriving Massachusetts community located along Interstate 495.

What does Milford have to offer? An education system with modern facilities and excellent curriculum; newly constructed and upgraded municipal buildings; playing fields and parks; a multi-use trail (Milford Upper Charles Trail); major shopping plazas; a revitalized downtown; an active Cultural Center; a first class regional hospital; and a wide variety of restaurants and hotels. There's more – when you check regional websites, you'll see that Milford is one of the very few towns that says it loud and clear:

"Milford is a great place to live and we welcome you to the online version of our town!" That says a lot about the town's attitude and about the community's personality as well, don't you think?

Besides the town's proximity to three cities, Providence, Worcester and Boston, with entertainment, museums, first-class restaurants and of course, well-known sports events, Milford is part of the MetroWest area, a flourishing cluster of cities and towns lying west of Boston and east of Worcester. The region where Milford is located is also known as the "Arc of Innovation" because it is home to many of Massachusetts' largest and fastest growing companies.

The beautiful Massachusetts and Rhode Island Atlantic coastline beaches are not a long drive away from Milford, and neither are several mountain resorts that cater to families as well as to the experienced and intrepid skiers and snowboarders.


The Milford Service Centers

Our Milford location has two separate Service Centers, the Earthmoving Service Department supports equipment at 100 Quarry Drive and the Power Systems Service Department supports truck, van and bus engines, power generators and compressors at 101 Quarry Drive.
 

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