Mattapoisett, Massachusetts

Mattapoisett: Town in Massachusetts


Mattapoisett is a town located in the county of Plymouth in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. Its population at the 2010 census was 6,045 and a population density of 97 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 6,427 inhabitants.

The town was created 273 years ago in 1749.

Mattapoisett locator map
Location of Mattapoisett on Massachusetts map.

Quick Facts about Mattapoisett

Population : 6,427 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Massachusetts (United States)
County : Plymouth County
Postal code : 02739
Area : 62.6 km2
Altitude : 26 feet / 8 meters
Establishment : January 01, 1750 (273 years ago)
Time Zone : America/New_York
Local time : 19:18:42 (26th September 2023)
Density : 103 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : 5.94% (2010-2020)
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Ned Point Lighthouse
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Mattapoisett is located at 41°39'30"N 70°48'58"W (41.6584400, -70.8161500).

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The population of Mattapoisett increased by 5.94% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 6,045 - census
2011 6,082 0.61% estimation process
2012 6,110 0.46% estimation process
2013 6,165 0.89% estimation process
2014 6,209 0.71% estimation process
2015 6,254 0.72% estimation process
2016 6,295 0.65% estimation process
2017 6,337 0.66% estimation process
2018 6,385 0.75% estimation process
2019 6,401 0.25% estimation process
2020 6,427 0.4% estimation process

Mattapoisett zip code is 02739. County name: Plymouth, County fips: 25023

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People born in Mattapoisett (7)

People born in Mattapoisett, including painter, sculptor, and writer who died in the sinking of the RMS Titanic Francis Davis Millet, politician Gideon Barstow, businessman Henry Huttleston Rogers, .


  • Elizabeth Drew Stoddard (United States poet and novelist) she was born in 06/05/1823
  • Milton Silveira (NASA engineer) he was born in 04/05/1929
  • Edwin A. Start (American historian) he was born in 01/06/1863
  • Solomon E Sparrow (Sparrow, Solomon E; class of 1878) he was born in 26/04/1855

Schools in Mattapoisett

College & universities near Mattapoisett, MA

Code Name City ZIP
167039 Rob Roy Academy-New Bedford New Bedford (MA) 02720-3445

Stations (13)

Amtrak & bus stations near Mattapoisett, MA

Code Name Address Type
PVD Providence station 100 Gaspee Street RAIL
KIN Kingston station 1 Railroad Avenue RAIL
RTE Route 128 station 50 University Ave RAIL
BBY Back Bay station 145 Dartmouth St. RAIL
BOS South Station 2 South Station RAIL

Post offices near Mattapoisett

Post Office Name City ZIP
Matta Post Office Mattapoisett (MA) 02739

Other cities in Plymouth County

Cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Plymouth County , MA. (more)

City Name Population Title
Brockton 95,770 The second most populous city in Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
Plymouth 62,654 County seat town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
Bridgewater 27,689 Town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
Marshfield 26,037 Village and civil parish in Gloucestershire, UK
Middleborough 25,722 Town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
Hingham 24,720 Town in Massachusetts, United States
Wareham 22,778 Town in Massachusetts
Scituate 19,047 Seacoast town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts
Pembroke 18,553 Town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
Rockland 17,992 City in Knox County, Maine, United States
Abington 16,752 Town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
Duxbury 15,932 Town in Massachusetts
Whitman 15,295 Town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
Hanover 14,624 Town in Massachusetts, United States
East Bridgewater 14,554 City in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States of America
Kingston 12,208 Coastal town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States

Distance to Other Cities

Mattapoisett distances to largest Massachusetts cities