C-2 SP Millbury 367 Greenwood Street
Millbury, MA 01527
Telephone: (508) 929-3232

On Wednesday, November 29, 2006, Colonel Mark F. Delaney presided over a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Millbury State Police Barracks. This new 18,000 square feet, state-of-the-art facility is a stark contrast compared to the old Grafton barracks. The new facility contains a modern cell block area, fitness area, high-tech communications center, conference rooms and a prisoner sally port.

With the increase in population and growth in the Blackstone Valley, the State Police have responded to an increase in calls for service. This new facility will allow the State Police to provide the most efficient use of services to the citizens of the Commonwealth. The extensive patrol area for the Millbury barracks is comprised of: Route 495 from Route 20 in Marlboro to the Bellingham/Franklin line; the entire length of Route 146 from Worcester to Rhode Island line and Routes 9 and 20 from Worcester to the Framingham line. The coverage area for the barracks also includes 19 cities in towns in south central Massachusetts.The watershed patrol consists of patrolling the major routes around the waterways owned by the Department of Conservation and Recreation..

Patrol Area for the Millbury Barracks
  C-2 Patrol Area

Cities/Towns patrolled by SP Millbury :
Bellingham Millville
Blackstone Northborough
Douglas Northbridge
Grafton Shrewsbury
Hopedale Southborough
Hopkinton Sutton
Marlborough Upton
Mendon Uxbridge
Milford Westborough
Millbury  

History of C-2 (the Grafton Barracks)

SP Grafton
Prior to construction of Millbury barracks, C-2 was located on Route 140 in Grafton, just south of Grafton center. The Grafton State Police Barracks was built in 1931, prior to the construction of some of the major roadways in the area such as Rte 495 and the Massachusetts Turnpike. SP Grafton faithfully served as a Troop C sub-station until the completion of the new barracks located on Route 20 in Millbury. The original Grafton Barracks will become the new home of the Massachusetts State Police Museum, carrying on the tradition of the Massachusetts State Police in the town of Grafton.