Millville is regarded highly for its authenticity, both in its character and its people, with a population of just over 3,000 residents. Its southwest corner connects with route 146 which provides a simple southbound ride to Providence.
Millville is a rustic, unassuming location which has a style often imitated but never duplicated. Bikers, joggers, walkers, and pets roam with freedom over its whimsically winding terrain of hills, rocks, trees, and streams. Its citizens are active, and create an atmosphere of tolerance, respect, and enthusiasm. The Millville Green Energy Committee tirelessly seeks out ways for its residents to save energy through initiatives that benefit individuals as well as the whole. The town considers the land itself an elemental part of the fabric of the community, which is why the Conservation board is the centerpiece of Millville's commitment to preserve their wetlands and other natural resources. Architectural triumphs such as the Chestnut Street Meeting House or the Udor Tower help reaffirm the roots of Millville, creating an authentic piece of history that continues to live and grow with the town itself.
Millville is part of Worcester County, Massachusetts, and was once included as a section of the Providence metropolitan area.