3rd Quarter Real Estate/Personal Property tax bills have been mailed. Payments are due by February 4th and can be paid one of the following... more ››
Take 5 guesses on when the outhouse will fall through the ice.
To see the February Senior Newsletter created by the Council on Aging,... more ››
The December Department report provides information about town department activities during the holiday season.... more ››
Effective January 1, 2019, you must be 21 to purchase Tobacco and Nicotine Delivery Products in... more ››
This report provides information to residents and town officials about the activities of Hubbardston’s elected and appointed boards,... more ››
This report provides information to town officials, residents and departments to coordinate municipal functions and inform the public about... more ››
This week our Chief Assessor, Diane Peterson, appeared before the Board of Selectmen to hold a tax classification hearing and present the... more ››
You won't want to miss these upcoming events!Tree/Menorah Lighting on the Common
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The Hubbardston Public Library Community Survey
You can now read the October All Department Report. This report, published monthly, summarizes activities from our departments and... more ››
A Design Public Hearing was held Tuesday, October 16 by MassDOT to discuss the proposed Bridge Replacement of Bridge No.
Last night the Select Board received a report from the Treasurer/Collector's office on tax collection efforts to include the recovery of... more ››
2nd Quarter Real Estate Taxes are due by November 1st.
THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTSMASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION – HIGHWAY DIVISIONNOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARINGProject File No.... more ››
The All Department Report has a new look and is filled with information about Town of Hubbardston department activity. To see new and past... more ››
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) announced today (Oct 1, 2018) that EEE virus has been detected in mosquitoes collected from Hubbardston, Massachusetts.
EEE is a rare but serious illness spread by the bite of an infected mosquito. While EEE can infect people of all ages, people under 15... more ››
The Attorney General has approved all bylaws submitted after Town Meeting in June 2018.