The Town of Milford is looking for an organization or group of individuals to plan, organize and run the annual Labor Day Parade. The current group has advised that they are unable to continue this annual tradition. The Town historically provides financial support of $7,500 if approved by voters at Town Meeting. We understand that this is more than 50% of the total funding required for the parade.
Please contact Tina Philbrick at Town Hall if you or your group is interested in taking on this important role.
Budget & Bond Public Hearing
Monday, January 9, 2017 - 6:30 p.m., Board of Selectmen’s Meeting Room -
Saturday, February 4, 2017 - 9:00 a.m., Town Hall Auditorium -
Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at the Milford Middle School on 33 Osgood Road, Milford from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.
The Milford Ethics Committee is looking for new members for our committee of 5 voting members and 2 alternates. The Ethics Committee is charged with reviewing ethics complaints filed against Town officials, providing advice to Town officials on compliance with the Ethics Policy, and providing training to Town officials on the Ethics Policy. Ethics complaints are based on: Impression of influence, conflict of interest, misuse of position, or acceptance and giving of gifts.
The Keyes Park Expansion Committee was appointed by the Board of Selectman and charged with developing short and long term recommendations for the integration of 127 Elm into Keyes Memorial Park. The committee has been meeting bi-monthly since April to research, analyze and formulate a set of recommendations. They presented a summary to the BOS on November 14, 2016 | Summary Presentation
General Electric (GE) and their contractor, Maxymillian, have started the excavation and off-site disposal of soils contaminated with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) at the Mill Street and Elm Street areas of the Fletcher’s Paint Works Site. EPA is committed to completing this cleanup project in a timely manner, but first and foremost, wants to ensure the safety of surrounding residents during the cleanup. Below you will find links to documents regarding the project.
This is a tentative (weather & other factors permitting) timeline/schedule of major construction projects for the Town of Milford. Information will be updated when needed. | Printable Schedule
From Nashua: take Route 101A West into Milford. Stay straight and 101A will take you right to the Oval.
From Keene: Take Route 101 East to Milford. Take the Route 13 North exit towards Milford. Route 13 North will take you to the Oval. Route 13 North will take you to the Oval.
From Concord/Manchester: take Routes 93, 293 to Route 101 West. Take the Route 13 North exit.