Welcome

Welcome to the website for the Town of Ashfield.  This site primarily includes news and information about town government and related municipal operations locally and regionally.  Use the menu navigation above to locate a town service, department, committee, commission or board.

At this site you can also find information describing the town including its businesses, organizations, products, and attractions.

Town News

Notice of Intent from Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

The following notice was provided to the town from the Federal Regulatory Commission regarding the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company's Northeast Energy Direct Proposal.  Please click the article title to view the attachment.

Ashfield 250

The Town of Ashfield was incorporated on June 21st, 1765.

There will be events, exhibits and celebrations throughout 2015,
with a full weekend of celebration from June 19th to June 21st.

Please visit http://ashfield250.com to view the calendar and learn more.

 

South River Corridor Planning

You may view the final fact sheet for South River Corridor Planning . 

Household Hazardous Waste

Ashfield residents now have multiple opportunities for disposal of household hazardous waste each year.  Please read this document to learn more!

Broadband Internet for Ashfield

It's time to bring high-speed fiber internet to all of Ashfield! Ashfield has successfully reached the 40% of households required to qualify for WiredWest’s regional broadband fiber service. Next our town needs to vote to authorize a bond to help fund our portion of the network. Learn more on our Broadband Information page and plan to attend a town information forum on August 24th in Town Hall and the Special Town Meeting on September 8th.

Tighe & Bond Study

The Tighe & Bond report on the Ashfield Pond Dam and the Sanderson Academy Retaining Wall, presented on Janary 15th, may be viewed by clicking the link in this article.

Housing Rehabilitation Grants

The Franklin County Regional Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) is applying for a Community Development Block Grant.

Income eligible homeowners may qualify to bring their homes into code compliance. Please read the flyer to see if you may qualify, or contact Lynn Cournoyer of the Franklin County Regional Housing and Redevelopment Authority at (413) 863-9781 ext 156 or email lcournoyer@fcrhra.org.

Ashfield History Project

Please participate in the Ashfield History Project by filling out this brief biographical information form.

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