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Framingham Town Hall: Town Clerk
150 Concord St, Framingham, MA 01702

The Town Clerk's office is located inside Framingham Town Hall (Memorial Building), in room 105. The FraminghamMore Town Clerk is elected for a three-year term. The current Town Clerk is Valerie Mulvey, who can be contacted at vwm@framinghamma.gov.

The office oversees town elections, and handles voter registration and absentee ballots for local, state and federal elections. This office issues certificates and licenses. Residents may pick up a copy of the annual report at this office, too.

Framingham has a Town Meeting form of government. The Town Clerk is responsible for swearing in newly-elected Town Meeting members. (There can be 216 Town Meeting members.)

The Town Clerk, in regards to Town Meeting, is also responsible for maintaining attendance records for Town Meeting members, and supplying town officers, board, and committees with a copy of Town Meeting votes that affect them.

The Framingham Government Channel
150 Concord St, Framingham, MA 01702
The Framingham Government Channel's mission is to keep residents informed about the the town's programs andMore services. It does this by broadcasting town meetings and hearings, special events, and more. All programming produced by the channel is owned by the Town of Framingham.
Framingham Town Hall: Chief Financial Officer
150 Concord St, Framingham, MA 01702

A town meeting created the Department of Finance and the position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in 1996. MaryMore Ellen Kelley is the current CFO.

The CFO reports directly to the Town Manager. She oversees the departments of  accounting, assessing, and treasurer/collector. The department was created to "provide overall management and administration of the town's financial operations and services."

Framingham Zoning Board of Appeals
150 Concord St, Framingham, MA 01702

 The Framingham Zoning Board of Appeals is in Room B2 at the Memorial Building (Framingham Town Hall).


The Zoning Board of Appeals is a three-member board appointed by the Board of Selectmen. The Board enforces the town's zoning bylaws: www.framinghamma.gov/index.aspx?nid=246.

The Board also grants permits  for projects that do not meet the the town's zoning bylaws. Via public meetings, the boards approve and deny requests for variances and special permits.

For meeting dates, visit: www.framinghamma.gov/DocumentView.aspx?DID=2610

Town of Framingham: Wittenborg Woods
95 Wayside Inn Rd, Framingham, MA 01701
The Woods is a relative newcomer on the recreational scene, having been established in 1999 when the town acquired theMore 83 acre parcel from Harriet Wittenborg, a former town meeting member. The land features both forest and wetlands. Hiking trails start from the small parking lot beside the #95 mailbox on Wayside Inn Road. Bow-hunting of deer, for those with a permit, is allowed in the fall.
Framingham Town Hall: Assessors
150 Concord St, Framingham, MA 01702

The Framingham Assessor's office, located in the Memorial Building, sets the values on commercial andMore residential properties. These values are used by the town to set the property tax rate. Abatement applications for properties may also be filed at this office. The Framingham Board of Assessors meets Thursdays, except the first Thursday of the month and Thursday holidays, from 7pm to 8pm here in Room 101.


Framingham Memorial Building: Nevins Hall
150 Concord St, Framingham, MA 01702
Nevins Hall is located inside Memorial Hall (Framingham Town Hall). The Hall is used for town meetings and theMore annual Holiday Concert by Framingham Elementary School students. The Hall has hosted proms, company parties and  President Bill Clinton in 1994. Nevins Hall is available for rent. Applications are available at: http://www.framinghamma.gov/DocumentView.aspx?DID=1567
Framingham Planning Board
150 Concord St, Framingham, MA 01702
The Framingham Planning Board office is located in room B37 inside the Memorial Building (Framingham Town Hall). TheMore Board is comprised of one appointed associate member and five elected members. The Board reviews residential and commercial development proposals. The Board is responsible for reviewing a wide range of residential and commercial development proposals. The Board grants special permits, reviews and approves subdivision, master, and community plans. One of the Board's objectives is to help guide and manage the town's growth. The Planning Board meets weekly at the Memorial Building.
Framingham Conservation Commission
150 Concord St, Framingham, MA 01702

The Framingham Conservation Commission office is located in room 211 inside the Memorial Building (FraminghamMore 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.

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