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A white flag with the town seal in green at the center. The seal comprises a pine tree, below written SETTLED 1652, and around it written the town name and date 1674. The flag is bordered green on the upper, lower and fly edges. Sherborn is in Middlesex County.
From the homepage
Sherborn is a small semi-rural community located about 18 miles southwest of Boston. Settled in 1652 and incorporated in 1674, the town is proud of its rural heritage which is still evident in many active farms and orchards, and preserved in Town Forest and other extensive public lands. Open space comprises more than 50% of the town's area. Because all properties have individual wells and septic systems, minimum house lot sizes are one, two or three acres, depending upon location.Dov Gutterman, 5 December 2002