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!

Town News

  • Employment Opportunity-Library

    Click on the link below for full description

    http://milford.ma.us/uploads/forms/techncial_services_supervisor_8-8-17.pdf



  • Revised Ballot for Special Election 9/19/17

    On, Monday August 7, 2017, the Board of Selectmen voted to change the wording to the Town of Milford’s Marijuana Ban Ballot Question after the legislature and the Governor changed G.L. c. 94G.

    Before the wording was changed, the Town of Milford mailed out Absentee Ballots to all residents who requested an Absentee Ballot for all of 2017. New ballots are in the process of being printed (on salmon paper) and the Town Clerk’s Office will re-mail the new ballots as soon as they arrive in the next week to everyone who already received a ballot and to everyone who has requested one.

    If you already voted on the first (yellow) ballot and mailed it in, you can re-vote. If you are satisfied with your vote, you do not need to vote again, we just ask that any unused ballots (yellow or salmon) be returned to our office as soon as possible. It is very important when returning the 2nd ballot (salmon) that it is returned in the white return envelope with the bright yellow “2nd Mailing” label on it.

    All ballots need to be mailed or delivered to the Town Clerk’s Office by the close of polls (8PM) on Tuesday, September 19, 2017.


  • Special Town Election & Absentee Ballot Information

    A Special Town Election will take place September 19, 2017. The deadline to register to vote for this election is August 30, 2017 by 8pm in the Milford Town Clerk’s Office.

    Absentee ballots are available as this election does not qualify by the State to have Early Voting.
    If you or a family member is going to be unable to vote at their polling location on election day during normal polling hours (8am-8pm) due to:

    (1) Absence from Milford during normal polling hours

    (2) Physical disability preventing them from going to the polling place; or

    (3) Religious belief

    it is possible to apply for an absentee ballot and either vote by absentee at the Town Clerk’s Office (Mon-Fri 8:30am until 5pm) or the absentee ballot can be mailed. Please note if an absentee application and/or absentee ballot needs to be mailed that you need to allow at least a week for mailing.  The deadline to apply for an absentee is NOON on Sept. 18th.  

    Please also note that if you or your family has not answered your annual census, that your voting status may be “inactive” and you and other family members may be required to show a valid photo ID in order to complete an affirmation of continuous residence before being allowed  to vote by absentee.

    Sample Ballot

  • Fino Field Town Pool

    The Fino Field pool will be open seven days a week beginning, Saturday July 1st.
    Pool hours are noon-6pm daily.
    Daily fees are $1 for children, $2 resident adult, and $3 non resident.
    Resident individual season pass is $30 and family resident season pass is $60.
    Non resident season pass is $50 and non resident family is $70.
    Closing date will be Sunday, August 27th



     
  • Water Co. Potential Acquisition


  • Compost Bins

    Milford Board of Health has been working with Mass DEP and we are very excited to be able to offer Compost Bins for $25.00 each, available only at the Milford Transfer Facility

  • Historical Events

    • A lawn-gathering will be held at the North Purchase District School, 261 Purchase Street on Sunday, August 20 from 2 – 4 pm.  Early pictures of the town, the quarries and boot and shoe industry will be available for viewing.
    • Wingmasters will display birds of prey, Sunday, October 15, at 2 pm in Memorial Hall.  The Museum will be opened to visitors before and after the show.

  • Algonquin Gas Pipe Line

  • Notice of Unclaimed/Abandoned Property

    Click here for list of Unclaimed Property