Here you will find links to agendas, bid opportunities, job openings, energy resources, and other topics of interest.
The Financial Town Meeting will be held Wednesday, May 25 at the Barrington High School Auditorium beginning at 7 p.m. This meeting will be in person only. Please visit the Financial Town Meeting informational page for more details on the agenda, resolutions, and proceedings.
The survey will help the Town manage its trees by providing important information on the current health of the urban forest — data needed to prioritize future tree planting and maintenance projects. The Tree Inventory page provides more information.
The 2022 Memorial Day Parade is being organized by the Town with guidance from a Memorial Day Committee appointed by the Town Manager. The Committee consists of local veterans, family members of veterans, and Town and School representatives. The Parade is scheduled for Monday, May 30 from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Barrington Day of Caring is a one-day service event held yearly in Barrington on Columbus Day in October. that brings neighbors together to create a positive impact on our community.
The Town of Barrington is pleased to offer a Down Payment Assistance Program for Barrington residents who are income eligible, and are hoping to buy their first home here in Town.
Get the latest meeting agenda, read past meeting minutes. Includes meeting agendas and minutes of the Council meeting as the Amey Tucker Spencer Board of Trustees.
This is an option to pay taxes on-line. The following cards are accepted: MasterCard, Visa. Note there is a 2.49 percent of the payment amount convenience fee to pay by debit or credit card.
Get the Town's latest announcements of full-time and part-time openings.
Opportunities to apply for vacant seats are listed here. Application forms can be obtained on-line, at the Town Clerk's Office in Town Hall, or at the Library.
The latest bid advertisements are available here.
A community garden and trails are proposed at Town-owned open space properties on Wampanoag Trail - the former "Vitullo Farm" and the Devine-Vargas conservation parcels.
- See also barringtoncommunitygarden.org/
The Town's Energy Committee recommends these resources to identify opportunities to save on energy, including incentive programs.
Information on Code Red, emergency preparedness, etc.
If you are considering opening or expanding a business in Barrington, this information will help walk you through the various permitting and review processes.
Get information on the Amey Tucker Spencer Fund, a charitable trust established to benefit Barrington residents in need. The Trust has provided assistance through the Crisis Fund, the Town's Home Repair Program and other programs and agencies. The Trust also has supported the Down Payment Assistance Program.