The Framingham Conservation Commission office is located in room 211 inside the Memorial Building (Framingham…More Town Hall). Created in 1972, the Conservation Commission protects and manages open space in Framingham. The seven-member commission is appointed by Selectmen.
The Commission meets at 7pm on the first and third Wednesdays monthly at the Memorial Building.
Julian M. Suso has been Framingham's Town Manager since May 2006. The Town Manager position was established in 1996. The Town Manager is appointed by the Board of Selectmen and cannot have longer than a three-year contract.
His duties include appointing the police and fire chief and preparing and submitting an annual operating budget. For more information on the duties read the Town Manager Act of 1996 on the website.
The Framingham Council on Aging provides a variety of educational, social, recreational and health…More services and activities for the senior citizens of Framingham and their families. These services include outreach, information, seminars, classes and clinics.
The Framingham Council on Aging is an 11-member board. Five members are appointed by selectmen and six members are appointed by the Council on Aging. The council advocates for the elderly population in the town.
The Callahan Center also houses the Heritage Gallery. It's open Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10am to 2:15pm. The gallery sells an eclectic selection of consigned or donated items.
The Framingham Cultural Council is a 25-member board appointed by Selectmen. The board is located in Room B18…More in the Memorial Building (Framingham Town Hall.)
The Cultural Council oversees grants including PASS grants which fund cultural field trips for school students. The Council grants money to individuals and groups. Council members serve a three-year term. The Council meets about six times a year, including a public hearing to provide grant application information to residents.
The Framingham Board of Health is a three-member board appointed by the Board of Selectmen. It's located in the…More Memorial Building (also known as Framingham Town Hall). The board meets regularly. Its responsibilities include licenses, permits and inspections of restaurants, retail food stores, food events, milk and cream permits, tanning booths and beds, massages therapists and businesses, public swimming pools, tattoo establishments and more.
The board provides some health screenings through its clinic and medically-trained staff. It also holds various clinics at public locations throughout the year, such as flu shot clinics.