Town of Randolph

Incorporated in 1793, the town of Randolph flourished as one of the nation’s leading boot producers. Today, this 10.32 square mile stretch of land is considered a surburban/residential community.

The town is situated 15 miles south of Boston at the intersection of Routes 128 and 24. Its convenient location has brought about major economic growth and has made the town one of the most culturally diverse areas in the region.


Randolph Town Hall

2018 Statistics

Town Clerk: (781) 961-0900

Website: www.randolphtownclerk.com

Commonwealth Communities (Mass.Gov): Randolph

Tax Rates:
Residential 15.88
Commercial 30.39

Median Housing Price: $327,238

Median Family Income: $73,248

Population: 32,832

Public Schools:
School Superintendent – (781) 961-6200
Total Enrollment – 2,823
Per Pupil Expenditure – $16,051

SAT Scores:
Reading – 481
Math – 499

Plans of High School Graduates:
4-Year College – 47%