Hires

Large

Default

Tablet Portait

Handheld Landscape

Handheld Portait

Lynn Massachusetts - Information and City Guide

Local Photos
Featured Property
2 BedroomBR Rental - $1,750
Coupons & Deals
Lynn Events
2019 Lynn Pride Flag Raising Ceremony
Join Tom McGee-Mayor of Lynn, Lynn City Council and Officials, and LGBT Leaders and allies of Lynn to kick-off officially Lynn's participation to the 2019 North Shore Pride Week celebration. The Rainbow flag representing our community will be raised over Lynn City Hall. The event will start promptly at 6pm on Tuesday, June 18th, at Lynn City Hall grounds, near the flag poles.Please come and show your pride! We will provide mini flags to all those attending. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Everyone is welcome!!! Also, please forward this event page, and/or invite everyone you know.For questions, please call Coco at 781-913-3747 or cocoalinsug@yahoo.com

When: Jun 18, 2019 6pm in Lynn, MA

North Shore TTOD Regional Forum 2019

Please join us on June 19 in Lynn for the North Shore MA Transformative Transit-Oriented Development (TTOD) Regional Forum. We will explore how Lynn, Peabody, Salem and other cities are using transit-oriented development to transform their cities and surrounding communities. Come share your vision, meet with colleagues old and new, learn about proposed and active rail service improvements, and exchange ideas for leveraging state, local, and federal tools for TOD. Agenda 1:45 - 2:45pm Tours of TOD Area  (optional) Enjoy a walk around the area surrounding Lynn's commuter rail station, which highlights new developments, businesses, and improvements. The tour is limited to the first 40 registrants. 3- 4:30pm TTOD Forum, Lynn Museum Lynn Museum, 590 Washington Street, Lynn, MA 01901 Welcome  Opening remarks - Jim Cowdell, City of Lynn Transformative TOD research presentation - Dr. Tracy Corley, MassINC Rail Vision presentation - Alexandra Markiewicz, MassDOT Panel Moderator: Carolina Trujillo, Essex Media Group  Panelists: Mayor Thomas McGee (City of Lynn), Michael Procopio (The Procopio Companies), Representative Ann-Margaret Ferrante (5th Essex District), and Tom Daniel (City of Salem) Closing Remarks  4:30 - 6:00pm Networking Receptions, The Galleries at LynnArts The Galleries at LynnArts, 25 Exchnage St., Lynn, MA 01901 Join us for an informal gathering across the stree from the forum to discuss further opportunities.  *All venues are within walking distance of the commuter rail station. If you choose to drive, the Lynn Museum has free parking accessible from their Washington Street entrance. There is additional free parking in the Santander Bank parking lot at the corner of Exchange Street and Spring Street.  About the Transformative Transit-Oriented Development (TTOD) Regional Forum Series MassINC is working with our Gateway Cities to improve rail and transit service, while also spurring economic and real estate development near rail stations. Our TTOD Regional Forums convene stakeholders from Gateway Cities and surrounding communities to discuss transit and development assets and needs for addressing opportunities and challenges. This Initiative builds on our 2018 research report on Transformative TOD and statewide conversations about the future of housing, transportation, and economic development. The report is available at https://massinc.org/research/the-promise-and-potential-of-transformative-transit-oriented-development-in-gateway-cities/. Co-sponsored by:

When: Jun 19, 2019 1:45PM in Lynn, MA

Navigators Baseball Game with Disability Resource Center

Join the Disability Resource Center for an evening of baseball, food and fun!

When: Jun 21, 2019 7pm in Lynn, MA

Buy Local
MainNames.com 
Wholesale Websites
Free 24/7 Phone Support

Do-It-Yourself - Wholesale Websites - Free 24/7 Phone Support
MainNames.com provides complete web services & domain names at wholesale discount prices. Do-It-Yourself websites with free 24/7 phone support. Register Domain Names, Create Websites at wholesale from the Main Names team of web experts.
About Lynn, MA
Lynn Massachusetts is now the largest city in Essex County and was first settled by colonists from the New England Company in Salem. Lynn's economy was first established in farming and shell fishing but by 1837 the city was a major shoe manufacturer.

The Civil War brought great prosperity to Lynn and with it further growth of more shoe factories. The fires of 1869 and 1889 that destroyed a lot of the central business district from Central Square to Broad Street did not stop the expansion. Burned out buildings were simply transformed into five and six story shoe factories.

Stately summer homes were built along its shore by the mid 19th century and established the city as a fashionable resort area. When Lynn Shore Drive was opened in 1910, it increased the development of high rises to take advantage of the shore view.

Lynn is now an urban manufacturing and commercial center that is densely populated and culturally diverse. Residents of Lynn are very proud of the city's long history which parallels the history of New England as a whole.