Maynard is a historic town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. The town is located 20 miles west of Boston along the Assabet River. According to the 2010 census, the town has a population of 10,106.

Maynard is often ranked as one of the safest towns in Massachusetts. In fact, in 2010 it was ranked the second-safest town in the state by Boston magazine. And it’s no wonder why – the town has a very low crime rate.

Maynard is a safe community with a very low crime rate. There were only 13 violent crimes reported in Maynard in 2017, and the town's overall crime rate is significantly lower than the national average. Maynard is also a very safe community for pedestrians and bicyclists, with a Walk Score of 82 and a Bike Score of 77.

Maynard also has a very low property crime rate. There were only 24 reported burglaries in 2012, and no reports of arson. This is good news for residents, as it means their homes and belongings are safe from crime.

Overall, Maynard is a very safe place to live. The low crime rates make it a great place to raise a family or live on your own. And the town’s close-knit community makes it a great place to meet new people and make lasting friendships.