Welcome to the Town of Milford
The Town of Milford is a thriving Massachusetts community of over 27,000 residents, conveniently located along I-495, with easy access to Boston, Worcester, and Providence.
Milford offers many advantages to residents and visitors alike - an education system with modern facilities and excellent curriculum offerings; newly constructed and upgraded municipal buildings; playing fields and parks for active and passive recreation; a multi-use trail (Milford Upper Charles Trail); major shopping plazas; a revitalized downtown; an active Cultural Center; a first class regional hospital; and a wide variety of restaurants and hotels.
Milford is a great place to live and we welcome you to the online version of our town!
- Annual Santa Parade
The Annual Santa Parade will be held on Sunday, December 6th beginning at 4pm
- Employment Opportunity
- Change of Polling Location
- Upper Charles Trail Closure
- Curbside Leaf Pick-up
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LEAF PICK-UP SCHEDULE
- Employment Opportunity
- Committee Openings
At this time, the Cultural Committee and the Capital Improvement Committee have openings. Anyone interested in becoming a member should fill out a Talent Bank Application for Appointment to a Board or Committee online or at the Selectmen's Office at Town Hall. Making sure to fill in the requested information and also check the space provided for the desired Committee (in addition to any other boards or committees that may also be desirable)
- Algonquin Gas Pipe Line
- Emergency Parking Ban
This will now replace the Winter Parking Ban and will be in effect all year long as needed.
When an Emergency Parking Ban is implemented, the Chief of Police will notify WMRC Radio AM-1490, Boston TV News Stations, the Milford Daily News, The Milford Town Crier and notification will be made via the Town of Milford Connect CTY Notification System. Likewise, when the ban is lifted, notification will be made in the same manner.
The Town of Milford Connect CTY Notification System has residents home telephone numbers. If a resident would like to be notified via their cell phone, text or email, they should go the Milford Police website, milfordpolice.org or milfordpublicsafety.com, click on the Connect CTY icon and enter this information.
The Chief of Police or any officer may issue a parking violation ticket or notice stating the fine for the violation as provided for in Article IX. In addition to any other penalty provided by law, the Chief of Police or any officer may remove said vehicle from the street or highway by ordering that the vehicle be towed to a convenient location. The person to whom the vehicle is registered or titled shall be liable for the charges for the removal, towing and storage of the vehicle.