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Town Committee Volunteers Needed
The Town of Clinton is seeking community volunteers to serve on the following town committees:
- Cultural Commission
- Historical Commission
- Zoning Board of Appeals
Interested individuals should send a letter of interest and/or resume to:
Clinton Town Hall
242 Church Street
Clinton, MA 01510
Please consider serving on one of these committees to help your community. For more information, please contact Town Administrator Michael J. Ward by calling 978-365-4120, or email.
Board of Assessors
Find important information about property assessment, including assessment maps and tax information.
Board of Health
Find contact information for the Board of Health, along with information about plumbing and gas application fees and permitting.
Commission on Disability
The primary goals of the Clinton Commission on Disability are to advocate and to bring about full and equal participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of life.
Find meeting information and dates for the Conservation Commission.
Council on Aging
Access the Clinton Senior Center website, where you can find information about the Council on Aging.
Information regarding the Town Finance Committee
The Clinton Historical Commission is a town-appointed body whose purpose is to preserve historic materials, identify historic sites in the Town and recognize those who preserve the integrity of historical property through restoration.
This is the page for the Board of Library Trustees
Olde Home Day Committee
Visit the Olde Home Day website for committee information.
The Personnel Board ensures that employees are hired, compensated and managed properly and fairly.
Find meeting information for the Planning Board.
Rauscher Farm Management Subcommittee
As town-owned conservation land, Rauscher Farm is under the management of the Clinton Conservation Commission which delegates day-to-day oversight to its appointed Rauscher Farm Management Subcommittee (RFMSC).
The Retirement Board, while operating independently, is bound by Massachusetts General Law Chapter 32. Chapter 32 establishes benefits, contribution requirements and an accounting and funds structure for all municipal retirement systems.
Find meeting information and documents for the Board of Selectmen.
Access the School Committee website, where you can find members, policies, and meeting documents.
Solid Waste Advisory Board
Find meeting information for the Solid Waste Advisory Board.
Zoning Board of Appeals
View meeting information for the Zoning Board of Appeals.