Neighborhoods of Worcester, Massachusetts facts for kids

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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:

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

Others:

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

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Downtown

East Side

North Worcester

South Worcester

West Side


Neighborhoods of Worcester, Massachusetts Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.