How Do We Love Thee, Burlington? Let's Count The Ways

Add your favorite things about the town to our incomplete list.

Valentine's Day doesn't just have to be about couples and candy.  It's a love holiday, and we all know there's lots to love about Burlington.

To start, there's:

  1. The Convenience Of It All: You need to shop? Looking to grab a bite? Burlington has a huge variety of great locations and services. 
  2. Community spirit: , , the and services and all the school programs. What makes them great? The dedication of everyone who comes together to coordinate and put them on and the community members who come out to support them.
  3. This is where you come in!  What do you love about Burlington? 

Can we get to 10 things we love about the town?  20? 

Leave your answer in the comments section.  Let's give Burlington the Valentine it deserves!

John David Schatz February 14, 2012 at 07:27 PM
Nice article but Burlington is a town, not a city.
Richard Hosford (Editor) February 14, 2012 at 07:31 PM
Good call, John, thanks for the note! All fixed now. So, what do you love about the town?
John David Schatz February 14, 2012 at 07:45 PM
Just found your "paper" when I did a Google News search about the police activity at the Mall around 1:15 re: the "BB Gun." When I make my list of favorite things, I'll be sure to add the Patch to it. I've signed up for the RSS feed, refreshed every 30 minutes.
Richard Hosford (Editor) February 14, 2012 at 07:56 PM
Oh great, welcome to Patch! And on the mall incident, I spoke to the Burlington Police little while ago and they will be releasing an updated statement shortly that I will carry on the site as soon as I get it
Keith February 14, 2012 at 11:03 PM
Northguy February 15, 2012 at 05:07 PM
I no longer live in Burlington, but I grew up and still have family there. I never gave this much thought while living there, but Burlington is a very nice town whose residents and natives take particular pride of being from there. Whenever I meet someone else who was raised in Burlington, whether still living there or not, they make a point about saying that they grew up there as a point of pride. The town has a great varied housing stock, very good schools (much improved over the recent years too!), great parks in each neighborhood. Its municipal services are better than most towns (great library, clean and abundant water supply, its own public health clinic, etc) It has taken a real effort to preserve its open spaces (the great outdoors of the Mill Pond and Sawmill Brook Conservation Areas are minutes away from anywhere in town) and historic sites (the Burlington Historical Museum is truly a wonderful little gem and the Grandview Farm project is testament to the town's commitment to its past). There are great restaurants and shops all of all types all over town (from Cafe Escadrille, Ritu Ki Rasoi and Pizza Villafranca to Lacascia's Bakery, Delicious Desserts and True North). I currently live in a brownstone in Boston's Back Bay and truly love City life, but if I ever decided to move out the suburbs, Burlington would top my list. It has everything one needs.
The Village at Seven Springs February 17, 2012 at 03:10 PM
With easy access to major highways, world-class health care, top shopping and dining destinations, a great school system, and a low tax rate, Burlington has it all!


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