Saugus, MA

The Town of Saugus, Massachusetts, is a family-friendly, historic neighborhood town located along the North Shore, ten miles north of Boston. First settled in 1629, Saugus is home to historic sites, top-tier public services, and a thriving business community.



After being settled in 1629, Saugus was officially incorporated in 1815. The Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site, in operation from 1646-1668, was the first integrated iron works in North America and is now a National Historic Site. The Saugus Iron Works is located along the Saugus River, an environmental habitat for many species of fish as well as a home for the largest lobster fishing fleet in Massachusetts.

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Where to Dine

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With a new Saugus Middle/High School everyone is excited about the future of Saugus Public Schools.

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