Nobscot Village

Nobscot Community Outreach Hours and Survey Reports are Now Available

The City of Framingham would like to thank everyone who participated in the community outreach effort that was initiated to collect residential input for the future of Nobscot. The information collected over the last several months provided extremely important public comment for the future development of Nobscot and its community. Residents and business owners delivered valuable feedback either by attending Nobscot Community Hours sessions or took the time to share their thoughts by filling out the Nobscot Survey. Click on any of the links below to read a detailed abridged or full version of each report:

Current Status: March 2018

Since the last public meeting on the issues in Nobscot, staff in multiple departments have been working together on a number of different projects to keep the momentum of the 2015 planning work going through the transition from Town to City. We are working on the following projects and will have more information on each of them coming soon:

We urge you to bookmark this page and check back. If you would like to be informed of public meetings, please sign up for alerts from Community and Economic Development on the City’s NOTIFY ME page. For more information, email us.

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  1. Intersection Improvements
  2. Design Guidelines
  3. Village Zoning
Rendering of Nobscot Complete Street Intersection Improvements from Northeast Corner of Water/Edgell
Update as of March 2018

Framingham DPW staff is planning to upgrade this intersection in the next year. These plans will include new crosswalks, new signals, and additional turning lane capacity. The image on the left shows an aerial rendering of the proposed changes viewed from the Northeast corner of the Water Street/Edgell Road intersection.

Nobscot Plaza Public Meeting
January 11, 2017

City officials, plaza property owner, and architects presented revised plans at a community forum at the Heritage. Public interest was very strong with standing room only. The plans call for a mixed-use development of 163 apartments, retail shops along Water Street, and a CVS pharmacy at the corner of Water St. and Edgell Road

Nobscot Community Meeting
August 31, 2016

Updates were shared on the following projects:

  • DPW Intersection and Streetscape Improvements
  • Parks and Recreation - Nobscot Park
  • RCS School
  • Village District Zoning
  • Nobscot Shopping Center proposal
  • Aqueduct Trails / Bruce Freeman Rail Trail

Presentation (PDF)

Villages Economic Plan Cover
Nobscot Word Cloud

Public Information Workshop Number 3 - June 8, 2015

The Cecil Group presented findings and recommendations from the Village Center Study related to design, marketing and reinvestment, public realm improvements, and regulatory strategy. Residents were encouraged to provide input in an open forum, and also to discuss the issues with City staff.

Agenda (PDF) | Flyer (PDF) | Presentation (PDF)

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Public Information Workshop Number 2 - April 13, 2015

The Cecil Group presented alternatives for public investment as well as private development scenarios for residents to discuss.

Agenda (PDF) | Flyer (PDF) |  Presentation (PDF)

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Public Information Workshop Number 1 - February 23, 2015

Thank you to all who attended the first workshop at Heritage at Framingham Senior Living! It was a night of lively discussion with people who care deeply about Nobscot Village.

Agenda (PDF) | Flyer (PDF) | Presentation (PDF)

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