The town of Seekonk was established in 1812 and is situated in Bristol County, Massachusetts of the United States. In 2010, the population was estimated to be at over 13,000, with nearly 5,000 households and an average density of 104 square kilometers. The median income for a family is around $62,000.
Good Facilities & Low Taxes
Seekonk is considered a good town to live in probably due to the excellent schools, public and fire safety, good library and importantly lower taxes than many of the towns. With the housing inventory down from 100 to 70 plus, it seems that the property market is going to pick up very soon.
If you are a property investor, this could be a gem in your portfolio. One tourist attraction worthy to be mention of will be the Seekonk Speedway which is found on US route 6 and is considered the oldest continually operated race track in USA operated by the Venditti family since 1946.
Seekonk is also looking for volunteers to serve on the following Boards: Board of Health, Cultural Council, Finance Committee, Municipal Capital Improvement Committee, Property Tax Work Off Committee, Recycling Committee and the Zoning Board of Appeals.
Please pick up a Talent Bank Form from the Selectman’s Office located at 100 Peck Street, Seekonk, MA or call 508-336-2910.
The Seekonk Cultural Council needs members! The Council funds cultural activities within the Seekonk community, including previous grants in support of Seekonk Public Library If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact the Board of Selectmen at 508-336-2910 to volunteer. The Seekonk Cultural Council is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.