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Information regarding this years elections
Posted: Mon Oct 19th
Posted: Mon Oct 19th
All decorations on the graves in the Clarksburg Cemetery located on Henderson Road must be removed by November 2nd, 2020. Any remaining decorations after this date, will be considered unwanted and will be disposed of by the Cemetery Department.
Posted: Fri Oct 16th
The Town seeks one person to fill a vacancy on the Finance Committee. If interested please contact the Town Administrator at 413-663-8250
Tue Nov 10th
Agenda and virtual attendance information enclosed.
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Effective July 29, 2020 the Clarksburg Town Hall and Senior Center are closed to the public until further notice.  The Clarksburg Public Library is open for curbside only.  These measures are taken out of precaution for the employees, staff, and the Clarksburg community.

We will get through this together.

If you are entering town buildings you are required to wear a face covering to help deter the spread of covid-19 per order Clarksburg Board of Health.

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:

For those impacted by COVID-19 please contact the tax collector at (413) 663-5282 or email us here to set up payment arrangements.


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.

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Clarksburg was first settled in 1769 by Captain Matthew Ketchum, Nicholas Clark and others.
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Calendar of town related events.
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Clarksburg residents largely participate in community building.
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