Vaccine Available for Homebound Residents

Dear Hamilton Residents Please contact Public Health Nurse Rachel Lee at 978 290-9618 today if you or your family members need to have a COVID-19 vaccine completed at home. The Public Health Nurse would like to know about any homebound needs regardless of age or eligibility status (for example, she wants to know about 20 … Continued

A COVID-19 MESSAGE FROM THE HAMILTON BOARD OF HEALTH

As of April 1st, the Town of Hamilton has vaccinated against COVID-19 over 1,000 of our residents or about one in every eight.  Almost all of those vaccinated are our most vulnerable elderly.  That’s the good news.  The bad news is that at least three out of every four residents has not yet been vaccinated … Continued

Organics Ban Warning Stickers to be Handed Out This Week

Warning stickers will start to be handed out this week as the next step in the town’s organics ban that went into place on Feb. 1. Residents are not allowed to put food waste and compostable paper in their trash and are required to have their green bin curbside each week. If the green bin … Continued

Vote by Mail Application

Voters can now request to Vote by Mail in the May 6 Annual Town Election! Please complete a vote by mail application and return it to the Town Clerk by April 30, 2021. Applications can be returned by emailing townclerk@hamiltonma.gov or by brining the application to the Town Clerk’s Office at Town Hall. Please click … Continued

Town Hall Renovation Community Survey

On March 15, 2021 the Hamilton Board of Selectmen voted unanimously to add the Hamilton Town Hall Renovation Project to the May 1 Town Meeting Warrant and ballot on May 6. Town Hall Building Committee Chair Michael Twomey confirmed that the ask to taxpayers has been reduced to $3.4M, which is $1.2 million (27%) less … Continued