Jul 23

BOS Weekly Updates - July 23, 2021

Posted on July 23, 2021 at 10:04 AM by Tiffany Marletta

July 23, 2021

Joint Meeting of Planning Board and Selectmen:  A meeting to discuss potential candidates to fill an interim seat on the Planning Board will be held on Monday, July 26 at 6:30 PM. 

Public Safety Dispatch Study:  The Board of Selectmen are studying Manchester’s public safety dispatch service and will take a vote in the fall to either move it to a regional center or keep it in-house.  Visit the Public Safety Dispatch page here learn more about these options. 

Touch A Truck:  Come to this family friendly event on Thursday, July 29 from 5:30 PM – 7 PM behind Town Hall. Explore public safety vehicles and meet the people who keep our Town safe every day. More Information

Manchester Celebration Parade:  The 375 Celebration Parade will be on Saturday, September 25 at 2 PM.  Register your group or float by September 17 here

COVID Vaccine Clinics:  The Cape Ann Regional Clinics continue to offer a local option for COVID vaccines to anyone eligible.  To learn more about clinic locations and times please see the Board of Health

Board and Committee Vacancies:  We are looking for volunteers.  Get involved in local government and join a board or committee.  Vacancies for FY2022 are posted here

Beach and Resident Parking Stickers:  A valid 2021 beach and resident sticker is required to park at Singing Beach and other downtown locations.  Stickers can be purchased in person at the Town Clerks office.  Beach tags are required for each resident age 13-64 to walk on the beach or there is a $7 walk on fee.  Extra tags can be purchased at Town Hall.  

Trash, recycling, and compost collection:  Regular schedule. 

Follow Us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @townofmbts and visit the Town website www.Manchester.ma.us to stay informed.

 





















BOS Updates – July 9, 2021

Cape Ann Regional Business Grant – All four Cape Ann towns, including Manchester, have received a regional grant from the state to help local small businesses. Are you a business in need of support coming out of COVID or know someone who is? Email info@capeannregionalgrant.org to start the process. 

Public Safety Dispatch Public Forum:  The Board of Selectmen will host a forum to discuss public safety dispatch options on Monday, July 19 at 6:30 PM.  Meeting details will be posted here

COVID Vaccine Clinics:  The Cape Ann Regional Clinics continue to offer a local option for COVID vaccines to anyone eligible.  To learn more about clinic locations and times please see the Board of Health

Board and Committee Vacancies:  Get involved in local government and join a board or committee. Vacancies for FY2022 are posted here

Beach and Resident Parking Stickers:  A valid 2021 beach and resident sticker is required to park at Singing Beach and other downtown locations.  Stickers can be purchased in person at the Town Clerks office.  Beach tags are required for each resident age 13-64 to walk on the beach or there is a $7 walk on fee.  Extra tags can be purchased at Town Hall.  The funds collected from beach stickers and entrance fees are used to directly fund beach operations. 

Trash, recycling, and compost collection:  Regular schedule. 

Follow Us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @townofmbts and visit the Town website www.Manchester.ma.us to stay informed.









Jul 19

BOS Weekly Updates - July 16, 2021

Posted on July 19, 2021 at 12:42 PM by Tiffany Marletta

July 16, 2021

Public Safety Dispatch Public Forum:  The Board of Selectmen will host a forum to discuss public safety dispatch options on Thursday, July 22 at 6:30 PM.  Meeting details and additonal information will be posted here.

Water and Sewer Rates Set:  The Board of Selectmen approved a standard 2.25 percent increase to water rates and a 2 percent increase for sewer for FY2022.  These new rates will be reflected in the next bill issued in August. 

375th Parade Entry Form:  Register your group or float for the MBTS Celebration Parade on September 25.   Click here for the registration form. 

COVID Vaccine Clinics:  The Cape Ann Regional Clinics continue to offer a local option for COVID vaccines to anyone eligible.  To learn more about clinic locations and times please see the Board of Health page.

Board and Committee Vacancies:  We are looking for volunteers.  Get involved in local government and join a board or committee.  Vacancies for FY2022 are posted here.  

Beach and Resident Parking Stickers:  A valid 2021 beach and resident sticker is required to park at Singing Beach and other downtown locations.  Stickers can be purchased in person at the Town Clerks office.  Beach tags are required for each resident age 13-64 to walk on the beach or there is a $7 walk on fee.  Extra tags can be purchased at Town Hall.  

Trash, recycling, and compost collection:  Regular schedule. 

Follow Us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @townofmbts and visit the Town website www.Manchester.ma.us to stay informed.



























BOS Updates – July 9, 2021

Cape Ann Regional Business Grant – All four Cape Ann towns, including Manchester, have received a regional grant from the state to help local small businesses. Are you a business in need of support coming out of COVID or know someone who is? Email info@capeannregionalgrant.org to start the process. 

Public Safety Dispatch Public Forum:  The Board of Selectmen will host a forum to discuss public safety dispatch options on Monday, July 19 at 6:30 PM.  Meeting details will be posted here

COVID Vaccine Clinics:  The Cape Ann Regional Clinics continue to offer a local option for COVID vaccines to anyone eligible.  To learn more about clinic locations and times please see the Board of Health

Board and Committee Vacancies:  Get involved in local government and join a board or committee. Vacancies for FY2022 are posted here

Beach and Resident Parking Stickers:  A valid 2021 beach and resident sticker is required to park at Singing Beach and other downtown locations.  Stickers can be purchased in person at the Town Clerks office.  Beach tags are required for each resident age 13-64 to walk on the beach or there is a $7 walk on fee.  Extra tags can be purchased at Town Hall.  The funds collected from beach stickers and entrance fees are used to directly fund beach operations. 

Trash, recycling, and compost collection:  Regular schedule. 

Follow Us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @townofmbts and visit the Town website www.Manchester.ma.us to stay informed.









Jul 09

BOS Weekly Updates - July 9, 2021

Posted on July 9, 2021 at 1:07 PM by Tiffany Marletta

BOS Updates – July 9, 2021

Cape Ann Regional Business Grant – All four Cape Ann towns, including Manchester, have received a regional grant from the state to help local small businesses. Are you a business in need of support coming out of COVID or know someone who is? Email info@capeannregionalgrant.org to start the process.

Public Safety Dispatch Public Forum:  The Board of Selectmen will host a forum to discuss public safety dispatch options on Monday, July 19 at 6:30 PM.  Meeting details will be posted here

COVID Vaccine Clinics:  The Cape Ann Regional Clinics continue to offer a local option for COVID vaccines to anyone eligible.  To learn more about clinic locations and times please see the Board of Health

Board and Committee Vacancies:  Get involved in local government and join a board or committee. Vacancies for FY2022 are posted here

Beach and Resident Parking Stickers:  A valid 2021 beach and resident sticker is required to park at Singing Beach and other downtown locations.  Stickers can be purchased in person at the Town Clerks office.  Beach tags are required for each resident age 13-64 to walk on the beach or there is a $7 walk on fee.  Extra tags can be purchased at Town Hall.  The funds collected from beach stickers and entrance fees are used to directly fund beach operations.

Trash, recycling, and compost collection:  Regular schedule.

Follow Us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @townofmbts and visit the Town website www.Manchester.ma.us to stay informed.