Learn About Leominster
What county is Leominster located in?
Leominster, MA is located in Worcester county.
How do you prounounce Leominster?
Most people say lemon-stir, but on occasion you’ll hear leo-min-stir.
What cities and towns are next to Leominster?
Leominster is surrounded by Sterling, Princeton, Westminster, Fitchburg, Lunenburg, and Lancaster.
How big is Leominster?
Leominster has a population of 41,581 and takes up an area of 29.68 mi².
When was Leominster founded?
Leominster, MA was settled in 1640 and incorporated on Jun 23, 1740.
How far is Leominster from Worcester?
Leominster, MA is about 25 minutes or 21 miles from Worcester depending on where in Leominster you’re leaving from, and where in Worcester you’re heading to.
How far is Leominster from Boston?
Leominster is about 60 minutes or 43 miles from Boston depending on where in Leominster you’re leaving from, and where in Boston you’re heading to.
Who is the current mayor of Leominster?
Dean J. Mazzarella is the current mayor of Leominster. Dean was first elected mayor in 1993, and is currently the longest serving mayor in Massachusetts.
What is Leominster known for?
Leominster is known for being the birthplace of Johnny Applseed. The city also played an important role in the plastics industry.