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    MassTrails Awards Chelmsford $90,000 to Repair Rail Trail

    The Chelmsford Rail Trail Maintenance and Repair project has been awarded a 2020 Grant from the MassTrails Grant Program in the amount of $90,000. Read on...
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    Voting Options

    Vote by Mail, Early Voting, Vote in Person Read on...
  3. Census 2020

    US Census Takers are in your neighborhood

    Please note that US Census Takers have begun door-to-door canvassing in Chelmsford. Read on...
  4. Organized Chaos

    Town Clerk Services by Appointment Only until September 7

    Due to the overwhelming demand to mail out ballots, the Town Clerk's Office will be offering services by appointment only beginning on August 4th until September 7. Read on...
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    Board of Appeals Legal Ads

    Legal Ads and Documents for the August 6, 2020 Meeting of the Board of Appeals Additional Info...
  6. Corona Virus Update

    Coronavirus Information

    Current information from the Chelmsford Board of Health Regarding the COVID-19 Crisis. Read on...
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    Planning Board Legal Ads

    The purpose of this public hearing is to receive public comment to amend The Town Code, Chapter 195, “Zoning Bylaw” To adopt a new zoning bylaw, “Historical Preservation” Read on...
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    Chelmsford Water District will be at Level 3- No Outside Water Use Until Further Notice

    Water demands have far exceeded the water supply available. We are not able to maintain Storage Tank levels that are critical to fire protection for the town. Drought Conditions, lack of rain have adversely affected any possible recharge to our wells. Read on...
  9. Corona Virus Update

    Stop the Spread

    The Commonwealth has launched a strategic testing program in communities across Massachusetts. This testing will be provided at no cost to you. View the attached link for full details. Additional Info...
  10. Every_Vote_Counts

    Voting Options

    Vote by Mail, Early Voting, Vote in Person Read on...
  11. Organized Chaos

    Town Clerk Services by Appointment Only until September 7

    Due to the overwhelming demand to mail out ballots, the Town Clerk's Office will be offering services by appointment only beginning on August 4th until September 7. Read on...
  12. Flatten the Curve

    Did you send in your Vote by Mail postcard?

    State Primary Election September 1st Early Voting in person from August 22 - 28 General Election November 3 Early Voting in person October 17 - 30 Read on...
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    PLEASE NOTE: There is not a Public Notary Service at the Town Offices

    "Read on" for a full list of businesses that provide Notary Service. Read on...
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