Polls will be open from 7:00 AM until 8:00 PM.
The Town of Acton is separated into six (6) precincts:
Precinct 1, 2 & 6 - Conant School, 80 Taylor RdPrecincts 3, 4 and 5 – R. J. Grey Junior High School – 16 Charter Road
If you are unsure of where you vote you may use the State's ...
The 2019 Annual Town Meeting Warrant & Article Translations are now available on the Town Meeting page.
The Town Meeting page includes links to the Town Meeting Warrant, as well as many other Town Meeting Resources. The Town Meeting page can be accessed at http://www.actonma.gov/townmeeting
The Town Meeting Warrant can also be directly accessed at http://www...
The Town of Acton, in conjunction with AB Cares, will host the first of three free suicide prevention trainings for residents on March 25th.
WHEN: Monday, March 25 from 7-8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Acton Public Safety Building, 371 Main St.
WHAT: The training will focus on the three simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide: question, persuade and refer.
The QPR m...
In New England, walking and bicycling are never truly out of season, but with a number of serious accidents across the state this year, Town Manager John S. Mangiaratti and the Town of Acton wish to remind residents to take caution at the rail trail cross...
The Attorney General approval regarding the 2018 Annual Town Meeting warrant can be found by following the link below.
For the second consecutive year, Acton police officers have completed a week of scenario-based firearms training utilizing the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Mobile Training Center (MTC).
Thirty-three members of the Acton Police Department (APD) participated in the training this year with the assistance of APD firearms instructors and Middlesex Sheriff’s Office deputies, according to Chief Richard Burrows and Sheriff Peter J. Kou...
Please follow the link below to view the March edition of the Municipal Monthly.
Municipal Monthly - March 2019
View past Municipal Monthly editions here: www.actonma.gov/mm
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Chief Richard Burrows is pleased to announce that the Acton Police Department has joined Facebook and Twitter.
The new social media accounts are designed to help Acton Police better engage with the community at-large. Regular posts will keep residents informed and give them a new avenue to connect directly with the department.
"We're looking forward to sharing...
The Town of Acton and the Acton Water District seek to inform residents about a lawsuit involving the rights to Nagog Pond.
Town of Acton and Acton Water District Statement on Nagog Pond Lawsuit
Nagog Pond is a freshwater public use pond (great pond) lying ...