The Acton Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Update (called MVP 2.0) aims to revisit the Town’s climate resilience priorities through a community engagement process and to translate those priorities into action.
The Town of Acton is l...
The Presidential Primary will take place on Tuesday, March 5th, followed by the Annual Town Election on Tuesday, April 30th, and Annual Town Meeting on Monday, May 6th.
Election information, including voter registration deadlines can be found on the Elections page.
Town Meeting details will be published when available on the Town Meeting Page.
The schedule for early voting is now available.
The Town of Acton is looking for up to 5 community members to join a climate resilience planning process! Volunteers will receive a stipend of $2,400 during the 9-month process.
Please join us for an Open House on Tuesday, March 5th at 6:00 PM in The Gallery at Villageworks, 525 Massachusetts Avenue West Acton, to discuss possible street improvements for the West Acton Village.
The Acton Conservation Division and Zoo New England are looking for 10 volunteers to join us on March 6th at 10:00 AM to help build habitat for the native Wood Turtle.
We will be building habitat behind Veteran’s Field and will involve picking up trash, moving large pieces of wood, and clearing invasive species.If you are interested in volunteering, please sign up using this link.Please email the Acton Conservation Divi...
Food waste collection at the Acton Transfer Station will be unavailable from Tuesday, February 27th through Thursday, February 29th. Please plan accordingly.
The Town of Acton is switching to a new compost vendor at the Transfer Station beginning on Friday, March 1st! Food waste collection will be unavailable from Tuesday, February 27th through Thursday, February 29th to allow time for cleaning and preparing t...
During this exciting, collaborative event, we will brainstorm how to make the Town property at 468 Main Street a welcoming and resilient outdoor community space. Snacks and beverages provided.
All are welcome and encouraged to participate.
Where: 468 Main Street (Parking at Town Hall)When: Wednesday, February 28, 4:00 - 5:30 PM
RSVP Here or email email@example.com
An additional date has been added to the 2024 Styrofoam Collection Days at the Acton Transfer Station. If you have a Transfer Station sticker, stop by on Saturday February 24th to recycle your clean Styrofoam.
Styrofoam (polystyrene) recycling is back at the Transfer Station! Residents with Acton Transfer Station Stickers can stop by on Saturday February 24th from 10am to 1pm to recycle their bulky Styrofoam. Click here for the entire 2024 Styrofoam recycling s...
The February issue of the Acton Business Boost has been released.
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Please join the Planning Board for a virtual special meeting on February 13th from 6:00 - 7:00PM.
An update on the final recommendations for zoning for the Powder Mill Road Corridor will be provided, with time for Board comments and public comments. Please come to share your feedback and ask questions on the proposed zoning changes.
We want to know your thoughts about car dealerships along Great Road.
The February 2024 edition of the Municipal Monthly is now available.
Chief Anita Arnum and Acton Fire would like to remind residents to apply now for their open burn permit for the season, which runs from January 15th through May 1st.
As the new year begins, Chief Anita Arnum and the Acton Fire Department would like to remind Acton residents that open burning season begins January 15th and runs through May 1st. A permit is required to open burn, in compliance with Massachusetts laws. T...
The January 2024 edition of the Municipal Monthly is now available.
The Select Board is seeking Acton residents to serve on the Public Works Facility Building Committee.
This new committee will work with Town staff and the Town Manager to recommend the expenditure of the $1,225,000 approved in Article 6A of the 2023 Annual Town meeting, along other funds, to evaluate the scope, design, service levels, and financial estima...