Neighborhoods in Worcester, Massachusetts

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The city of Worcester, Massachusetts consists of six regions: North Worcester, West Side, East Side, Central City, Downtown, and South Worcester. It can be further subdivided into smaller neighborhoods:[1]

North Worcester West Side East Side Central Downtown South Worcester
Greendale Forest Grove Great Brook Valley Elm Park Lincoln Square[2] Webster Square
Burncoat Salisbury Street Booth Apartments Area Crown Hill/Piedmont Federal Square[2] South Worcester (proper)
Indian Hill Tatnuck Brittan Square Main Middle Worcester Common Cambridge Street[2]
Indian Lake East West Tatnuck Biotech Park Area Beacon Brightly Hadwen Park
North Lincoln Street Mill Street[2] Green Hill Park[3] University Park Main South[2]
The Summit[4] Newton Square Bell Hill Lincoln Estate Green Island
Beaver Brook Area Laurel/Clayton Canal District[5]
Cider Mill Shrewsbury Street Kelley Square/Water Street[2]
Columbus Park Lake Park College Hill
Worcester Regional Airport[2] Franklin/Plantation Broadmeadow Brook
Mass Ave Hamilton Quinsigamond Village
Montvale Union Hill
Hammond Heights Grafton Hill
Vernon Hill


  • Sunderland/Massasoit Road/Rice Square spans Union Hill, Grafton Hill, and Broadmeadow Brook.[2]
  • Lake Avenue/Quinsigamond Lake spans several neighborhoods in South Worcester and East Worcester.[2]
  • Park Ave skirts the eastern edge of West Worcester.[2]
  • The Edgemere neighborhood is primarily in neighboring Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.[2]
  • The Arts District spans several neighborhoods in Central City.[3]

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East Side[edit]

North Worcester[edit]

South Worcester[edit]

West Side[edit]


  1. ^ "Worcester Community Indicators".
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Geolocated on Google Maps, 2013-08-12
  3. ^ a b "Worcester, MA Neighborhood Map - Income, House Prices, Occupations - list of neighborgoods".
  4. ^ "Sandrof, Ivan. "Your Worcester Street." Franklin Publishing, 1948. p.143" (PDF).
  5. ^ "Plaid Friday: Shop Local".