Dracut is a town in Middlesex County. At the 2020 census, the town's population was 32,617, making it the second most populous town in Massachusetts with an open town meeting system of governance. The town covers a total area of 21.36 square miles, 0.5 square miles of which is water. == History == Before Europeans arrived in the mid-17th century, Dracut and the surrounding area were known as Augumtoocooke. Important Pennacook Indian settlements were served by fishing at Pawtucket Falls on the Merrimack River and abundant game in the surrounding marsh areas.
Neighborhoods in Dracut, Massachusetts
Andover, Ayers Village, Ayres City, Back Central, Belvidere, Bleachery, Centralville, Collinsville, Common District, Dillon McAnespie Park, Division of Neighborhood Services, Downtown, Downtown, Dracut School District, Graniteville
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7 Broadway RdDracut Massachusetts 01826United States
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