Wayland is a small town with a big heart. Located within
easy commuting distance to Boston by car, Wayland is home to the first free
library in Massachusetts and the world. A semi-rural community located among
the small towns of Lincoln, Sudbury and Weston, and bordering the larger
communities of Natick and Framingham, Wayland's 13,500 residents take pride in
protecting the town's natural resources, open spaces, heritage as a
caring community with a tradition of philanthropy and volunteerism.
Wayland's award-winning school system includes three elementary schools, one middle school and one senior high school. The town's 15.9 square miles offer a wide array of parks, playgrounds and conservation land, numerous recreational facilities and programs, and include a public beach and Wayland's water supply and purification and distribution system.
Known as an exclusive community with historic roots and a culture of civic engagement, Wayland offers a balance of open space and thoughtful development to its resident population. The average income of families living in Wayland is over $200,000 per year, and the median residential sales price is slightly under $620,000. As such, 86% of Wayland's residents are homeowners.
Updated: 23rd February, 2019 7:01 AM.