ACTON — Town Manager John Mangiaratti reports that, effective at 5 p.m. today, Acton’s Human Services and Senior Center Facility, Acton Memorial Library, West Acton Citizens Library, Recreation Offices and Town Hall will be closed to the public until at least March 23 in an effort to reduce the risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus for residents and employees alike.
ACTON — Town Manager John Mangiaratti and Health Director Sheryl Ball wish to provide the community with updated information on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) as federal and state health officials continue to monitor the spread of the virus internationally.
ACTON — Town Manager John Mangiaratti is pleased to announce that the Town of Acton has received its Tree City USA designation from the Department of Recreation and Conservation (DCR) and the Arbor Day Foundation.
ACTON — Chief Richard Burrows is pleased to announce that the Acton Police Department this week received its first hybrid marked police cruiser, and it expects to take delivery a second in March as the department works to transition its entire fleet into green vehicles.
ACTON – Chief Robert Hart is pleased to announce that two firefighters graduated from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy on Friday, Jan. 10.
Town Manager John S. Mangiaratti is pleased to announce that a public forum will be held next month as part of the process of updating the Town of Acton’s Housing Production Plan.
Chief Robert Hart is pleased to announce that the Acton Fire Department has received a $4,644 Firefighter Turnout Gear Grant and a $6,416.73 Washer-Extractor Equipment Grant from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) and the Department of Fire Services (DFS).
Town Manager John Mangiaratti reports that tobacco sales permit holders in Acton will be permitted to resume the sale of certain vape products this week.
The Acton Fire Department quelled a small electrical fire that could have been much worse had firefighters not arrived in time.
Chief Richard Burrows is pleased to share that Acton Police officers will continue to sport beards through December in support of a local charitable cause.