The Official Town Website for Clarksburg Massachusetts
Public Notices & News
The Adams Board of Selectmen will conduct a public hearing to discuss the proposed regional application for funding to the MA Community Development Block Grant COVID-19 (CDBG-CV) program, appropriated through the CARES Act of 2020 and awarded to the MA Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) by HUD via amendment to the existing DHCD CDBG FY2019 One Year Action Plan.
PCG partnered with the Towns of Clarksburg and Stamford in 2018-2019 to conduct a feasibility study to inform the decision-making of a potential merger between the two districts. Full report enclosed.
Local Police, Fire and EMS will be driving around town today starting at 5pm.
On October 16, 2013, the Town of Clarksburg filed with the Department of Public Utilities (DPU) a petition for approval of its Aggregation Plan pursuant to M.G.L. c. 164, § 134. The DPU docketed the Town’s original ...
Wednesday, May 6th, 8 pm is the Voter Registration deadline. Town Election Ballot is set and ready for mailing upon written request.
Due to the COVID-19 Social Distancing Guidelines, The Town Field including the Basketball Court is CLOSED to the public until further notice.
Even ones labeled "Flushable". Our maintenance crew has had to unclog equipment multiple times already. - Our systems are not equipped to process them.
As posted and received from NORTH BERKSHIRE SCHOOL UNION
The results are in.
March 2nd is time for Clarksburg parents to begin to register their youngsters for kindergarten.
The Town of Clarksburg invites sealed Bids for an addition to the Clarksburg D.P.W. Garage in Clarksburg, MA, in accordance with the Construction Documents as prepared by Hake-Westall Design Group.
Text REG to 64743 (NGRID) to sign up. Read for more.
Housing Rehab Funds could be available soon for low to moderate income homeowners in Clarksburg.
The Clarksburg Historical Commission is planning on having "Clarksburg, Massachusetts, Then and Now, 1749 - 1962" reprinted.
Thursdays Starting January 9th.
Santa and his helpers will be arriving by Fire Truck to visit the children in Clarksburg on Sunday, December 15th
The 2020 Census is about to begin.
Saturday November 2nd, between the hours of 5:30 & 7PM
Effective November 1st.
The Town of Clarksburg MA seeks qualified candidates for the position of Town Administrator.
Download the 2018 Annual Report here.
Results are in.
Current board vacancies.
Proposed fiscal year 2020 budget will leave us vastly under funded!
The Clarksburg Select Board have placed an overnight parking ban on all town roads and streets effective beginning November 1, 2018, until April 30th 2019.
Restoration efforts at The Clarksburg Cemetery
Clarksburg MA Annual Report for 2017
Do you wonder who there is to talk to about COVID-19? Want answers to your questions? Please call the Community Outreach Hotline at 413-662-3614 or email: email@example.com
RE: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
All Town of Clarksburg Buildings are to remain closed until Monday, May 4th, 2020 per order of the Clarksburg Board of Selectman and Board of Health.
There is a drop box outside of Town Hall in the rear of the building. Please notify Town Clerk if you drop off or mail anything that is time sensitive.
For those impacted by COVID-19 please contact the tax collector at (413) 663-5282 or email us here to set up payment arrangements.
2020 Town Elections will be held June 11th.- Mon June 1st, 8pm is the Voter Registration Deadline - more information here
The Annual Street Listing 2020 (Town Census) has been mailed out to Residents. If you haven't received one you may download it here.
Clarksburg is a small Town of 1670 Residents nestled on the Vermont Boarder to the North, comprising of 12 sq. miles. Approximately 53% of the land mass of the Town of Clarksburg is owned by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Many scenic vistas and rugged terrain surrounds the valley Community, with fertile plateaus divided by the North Branch of the North Branch of the Hoosac River.
Clarksburg MA Wikipedia page
Clarksburg was first settled in 1769 by Captain Matthew Ketchum, Nicholas Clark and others.
Clarksburg residents largely participate in community building.