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Lynn, MA

Lynn, MA

Lynn, MA

Information and tips for moving to Lynn, MA - Essex County
Lynn, Massachusetts is one of the best places to live if you love historical landscapes with a modern feel. Lynn’s population was just shy of 91,000 according to the 2010 census which isn’t bad at all for an old industrial center. Lynn is home to the notable Lynn Beach and Lynn Heritage State Park. Also convenient is that Lynn is only a mere seven miles north of the central hub of the legendary city of Boston. Don’t think that Lynn is stuck in the past, however, because there have been many developmental projects since the early 2000s, including a multipurpose football stadium and a redesigned waterfront that have given Lynn a new and improved look and feel.

Lynn’s Weather
Lynn’s average yearly temperature is a cool 51 degrees Fahrenheit. In the colder months, Lynn’s average temperature can drop to the high-30s, and in the warmer months, Lynn’s average temperature rises into the low-80s. Lynn’s average yearly precipitation is 42.9 inches. So, be prepared for fairly mild summers and cold winters when you relocate.

Getting an Education in Lynn
The city of Lynn has a total of sixteen public elementary schools, four public junior high schools and four public high schools. In addition to these public schools, there are four religious schools, including St. Mary’s High School. Massachusetts has many great universities for students to choose from, but those wanting to stay close to home in Lynn can attend North Shore Community College, a local two-year college.

Transportation in Lynn
Although Lynn does not have any highways running through it, there are still many different ways to get around the city and to neighboring cities, Boston in particular. Lynn has a stop on the Newburyport/Rokport Line of the MBTA Commuter Rail, for instance, and in the future, there will most likely be a subway to the city as well as a ferry from Lynn to Boston.

Lynn’s Dining and Nightlife
Lynn has many great places to dine during a fun night on the town. One popular restaurant found in Lynn is the Blue Ox Restaurant. Many people describe it as a great locale that serves excellent food. Other notable nightlife spots include: the Turbine Wine Bar, Capitol Diner and Casa Molina. There will always be places to eat and socialize in Lynn for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Useful Links - Moving to Lynn, Massachusetts
Official City Website
Chamber of Commerce
Public Library
Voter Registration
Lynn Post Office

The service center for Lynn, MA is located in Salisbury, MA.

Information about Lynn, MA

Est. Population: 90329
County: Essex
Latitude: 42.4667
Longitude: -70.9500
Zip Codes: 1901