Local Resources - Southborough

Southborough Frequently Asked Questions

Trash and Recycling - Two options

  1. Transfer Station (corner of Route 85 and Route 9, across from the shopping plaza). Take it yourself
    1. Sticker is $260 for first car; $10 up to 3 additional cars
    2. Purchase online, at DPW or mail in.
    3. Seniors over 65 get free sticker.
    4. Wed – Sat 9am – 6pm
    5. Swap Shop – unwanted items in good shape for free
  2. Private trash and recycling pick up through Republic, Orifice or EL Harvey
Schools No neighborhood schools.  Prefer to keep all kids in town together.  No preferred area of town because of better schools.  Keep resources for each grade together.
  • Finn School – Pre-K to 1st grade
  • Woodward School – 2nd and 3rd grade
  • Neary School – 4th and 5th grade
  • Middle School – 6th – 8th grade
  • Algonquin High School – regional school with Northborough 9th – 12th grade
Volunteering Southborough Senior Center, Southborough Library, School PTOs, Southborough Food Pantry   Adult Clubs
  • Southborough KinderGroup
  • Southborough Garden Club
  • Rotary Club
  Kids’ Activities
  • Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts
  • DI
  • Town Little League – must be 5 before April 30th
  • Town Basketball – starting 2nd grade
  • Town Soccer – starting at 4 years old
  • Gymnastics - Westborough
  • Karate – Westborough
  • Southborough - Fayville Park, Central Street, 21 Highland Street,
  • EMC Park, Hopkinton
  • KidSpot, Ashland
  • Public school playgrounds when school is not in session
  Running Errands – Westborough to the West, Framingham to the East, Marlborough to the North   Commuting Framingham/Worcester line runs from Worcester – Boston Train Stations – Southborough, Westborough, Ashland   Adult Exercising
  • Tennis courts – in front on Parkerville Road
  • Westborough Tennis and Swim Club – 11 tennis courts, pickleball courts, outdoor pool that becomes indoors Labor Day – Memorial Day, fitness classes, indoor basketball, equipment, separate Kids’ Gym, childcare, camps.
  Facebook pages
  • Hometown Hospitality
  • Southborough Cares and Shares


Northborough / Southborough Special Education Parent Advisory Council (NSPAC)

The Northborough/Southborough Special Education Parent Advisory Council (NSPAC) is a volunteer-run, positive and solution-oriented organization of parents of students ages 3-22 with special needs, medical challenges, and learning differences in the Northborough and Southborough School Districts. Whether your child is already receiving support services or you are trying to determine if your child needs services, we are dedicated to providing information, resources and friendships to families.


Southborough Public Schools

The Official website of Northborough and Southborough Public Schools.


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