Residential & Business Security Systems in Brookline, MA

Overview

Welcome to Alarm New England's business and home security page for Brookline, Massachusetts. This informational page provides important crime data along with additional information for those living in or considering moving to Brookline.

Population: 58,738
Number of Households: 25,403
County: Norfolk
ZIP Codes: 02445, 02446, 02447, 02467

Brookline Business and Home Security Facts

Based in New England since 1972, we’ve worked in the Brookline area for decades. We know the landscape and we have good relationships with local authorities. Our team of dedicated employees live in the communities we serve. Our customers are our neighbors.

Brookline is considerably a very safe suburb. The crime rate in Brookline is 63% lower than the national average, and according to the FBI Crime Database has very low instances of crimes committed resulting in being 86% safer than other US cities.

History of Brookline

Brookline, Massachusetts is a town located just 20 minutes southwest of Boston. First established in 1638 as a settlement of Boston with the name Muddy River, it became its own town in 1705. The town gets its name from the two small brooks bordering it to the north and south.

The current borders of Brookline have undergone several changes over the years from rejecting annexation by Boston in 1873 to merging with neighboring town of Brighton in 1874, to a handful of county line changes. Brookline was among the first in the United States proposing women the right to vote in elections.

The town of Brookline is a lush, green countryside suburb filled with European colonial style architecture. While it is just minutes outside of Boston, this small suburb has a charming small town vibe mixed with the usual suburban amenities. In the 19th century, this town was a popular summer home destination for Boston’s wealthy citizens due to its proximity to the city and relaxing green scenery.

With Boston College and Boston University nearby, Brookline continues to have a large population of academics and professionals residing in its borders. It was voted “Best Suburb in the Nation” in 2015 by Niche for its easy commute, excellent schools, safety, weather, and jobs. Brookline also has the largest percentage of Doctoral degree holders in the country.

Brookline has a very well-connected public transportation system that stems from its transportation history. Steam railways were first built in the 1830s and are still in use today. In 1888, streetcar tracks were laid out to make it easier for citizens of the town to commute to Boston, which effectively turned Brookline into a flourishing streetcar suburb with brick apartment complexes popping up alongside the streetcar lines.

Things to See and Do in Brookline

Brookline has several historic sites, parks, museums, and points of interest. Home to 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, his birthplace and childhood home are now a maintained historic site registered with the National Register of Historic Places.

Larz Anderson Park is also a notable attraction with gardens, picnic areas, ice skating rink, and the Larz Anderson Auto Museum.

Coolidge Corner is a top spot to see while in Brookline. This corner is full of shops and historic sites, such as the Coolidge Corner Theater. This theater was originally constructed as a church in 1906 but was converted into an art deco movie theater in 1933. It shows contemporary Blockbuster movies; as well as, screenings of classic and indie films regularly.

Notable Residents

John F. Kennedy was born and spent the first 10 years of his life in Brookline, Massachusetts. His childhood home still remains and is now a historic site. JFK’s brother, Robert F. Kennedy, was also born and raised in this Boston suburb. TV host and comedian, Conan O’Brien, is also a native to Brookline. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Boston Celtics player Larry Bird have also been residents of this upper class town. Brookline has also been home to three poet laureate over the years.

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