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!
- Election Workers Needed
- Storm Water Mapping
Phase 3 of the towns Storm Water Mapping program will begin October 3, 2016. You may notice workers opening manholes and following drain lines to outfalls in order to plot and number them with spray paint. The workers will be wearing safety vests and carrying small GPS units. Please feel free to contact the Milford Highway Department with any questions or concerns you may have.
- Proposed Robsham Village 40B
- Early Voting for Nov. 8th Election
- Finance Committee Message
The Finance Committee has received several requests that the background information on various articles that are discussed be made available to the town meeting members in real time. We are happy to announce that we have begun to post the minutes of the Long Range Capital Planning Committee as well as the proposals that relate directly to Town Meeting warrant articles.
If you are interested in reviewing them, please use the following link http://milford.ma.us//pages/boards-committees/finance-committee.php
Any questions can be directed to the Finance Committee
- Curbside Leaf Pick-up
Click on the link below to view it now
LEAF PICK-UP SCHEDULE
- Milford Public Bus-Route14 Schedule
- Flu Clinics
- Sign By-law Summary
- Committee Openings
At this time, there are committee openings on the Personnel Board and the Community Use Committee. Anyone interested in becoming a committee 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/Committees.
- Algonquin Gas Pipe Line