The IT Department supports, operates, maintains and improves the technology infrastructure of the Town, to enable all Town departments to efficiently and effectively carry out their missions.
Local Welfare 249-0672
39 Nashua St, Milford
Behind the Wadleigh Memorial Library
The Still Good Shed is a place to recycle or reuse clean items in working order. Books, clothing,sporting goods, household goods, garden tools, toys and games are examples of items recycled here. The items left in the still good shed are free for the general public to take home.
Still Good Shed Expansion
Snow Removal Parking Ban Regulations &
Frequently Asked Questions
In November of 2012 Milford amended its regulations regarding parking during the snow removal season. This new initiative was begun to create a better balance between the needs of parking motorists and the necessity of snow removal operations.
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Open Letter to Milford Candidates and Citizens
In recent weeks your Office of Community Development, comprised of the planning, building, zoning, code enforcement, health, environment, and conservation departments, has received many official and unofficial questions and complaints regarding placement and enforcement of political signs.
The map, lot, unit, and subunit numbers are the primary referencing system that make up the parcel number. It is one of the ways the system locates and identifies a specific parcel and locates it on a map. It is essential that these numbers be entered in a consistent and accurate fashion. Click Here
THE MILFORD BOARD OF SELECTMEN ANNOUNCES THE SELECTION OF MICHAEL VIOLA OF FORT MYERS, FL TO BE THE NEXT CHIEF OF THE MILFORD POLICE DEPARTMENT, REPLACING RETIRING CHIEF FREDERICK DOUGLAS. HE IS SCHEDULED TO ASSUME HIS DUTIES AS CHIEF ON AUGUST 1, 2012.
The Association Executive Director has received several calls from residents throughout the State about telemarketing calls they are getting from a person who represents themselves as calling for the NHACoP and seeking funds to assist the families of Chief Maloney and the 4 wounded officers. Most of the caller IDs did not provide information, but a few and indicated it was from Arizona.