In order to start the Special Town Meeting on time, the doors will open at 6:30 pm. This year checking is will be alphabetically by Roads, not by last name. This should expedite check-in. Roads A - M check in on the left, and N-Z on the right. As in all town meetings, registered voters have to be present at the meeting in order to vote on the warrant article.
Welcome to Shutesbury, a rural town in Franklin County, MA, established as Roadtown in 1735 and incorporated as Shutesbury in 1761, named for Governor Samuel Shute. This is the official town Web site, maintained by the town’s Web Committee.
News & Updates
Tuesday MARCH 26 there will be a Special Town Meeting regarding funds for the Broadband project. You can find more information about this in the Winter edition of Our Town Newsletter, linked on the home page of this website. Note that the rescheduled date for the meeting is 3/26/19 at the Elementary School at 7 pm
In order to vote on any article at a town meeting, registered voters must attend the meeting and vote in person when the article is presented and the vote is called. This is because the language to any warrant article is open to amendments.
If you are not able to get to the polls for town elections on May 4, you can cast an absentee ballot for the candidates running for office.