June 7, 2016 Annual Town Election
You must be registered to vote by May 18th in order to vote in this election. If you have questions on your voting status, please call the Town clerk's office for registering to vote and for further information at 774.261.4020.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR VOTER STATUS -
Failure to respond to the census mailing shall result in removal fro the active voting list and may result in removal from the voter registration rolls. (M.G.L. Ch. 51, Sec. 4[c]).
- Mar 1, 2016 Presidential Primary
- June 7, 2016 Town Election
- Sept 8, 2016 State Primary
- Nov 8, 2016 Presidential Election
Deadline to register to vote or change political party is 20 calendar days BEFORE the date of election
All Elections are held at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church 111 Worcester Street
Town Elections are held 12:00 p.m. to 8 p.m.
State and Federal Elections are 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Meetings and Agendas
Meeting and Agendas are posted on the West Boylston Municipal Calendar, at the Town Hall and the West Boylston Police/Fire Station.
The Town Clerk's Office is often considered the core of local government, and serves as the central information point for local residents, boards, committees, government agencies and offices.
The Town Clerk's Office keeps official Town records and contracts, issue various licenses, permits, registrations and certificates, maintains and records vital records, and administers the Open Meeting Law and Ethics Law in regards to meetings of all town boards and committees. The Town Clerk's Office administer the Electoral and Town Meeting processes consistent with the Town Charter, Town By-laws and State and Federal Law, and in doing so, works in cooperation with Town officials, local Representatives and Office of the Attorney General, the Secretary of the Commonwealth, DOR Division of Local Services and the Department of Public Health. The Office strives to provide public information in a courteous and timely manner and is committed to providing exceptional customer service.
It is the mission of this Office to provide quality service to town residents, town departments, as well as boards and committees in order to comply with state and local mandates of municipal law and Massachusetts General Laws.
Kim D. Hopewell
Town Clerk Kim D. Hopewell has lived in West Boylston since early childhood. Ms. Hopewell started her municipal career as a Certified Assessor and held the position of Assistant Assessor for the West Boylston Assessor’s Office from 1995-1999. She then transferred to the Town Clerk’s Office in 2000 where she assumed the position of Assistant Town Clerk. Ms. Hopewell was elected Town Clerk in 2002.