Welcome to the official home page of the historic town of Warwick, Massachusetts! I hope this page will help visitors locate information about our town and its history and attractions, as well as serve our townspeople as a source of helpful information and an electronic Town Hall. And see our wonderful town Newsletter (August 2015 issue) - recent, older newsletters are here; or join the Warwick-L, for even more information about our town.
Ed Lemon, Webmaster
Doc Pruyne shares with us some of his photos of the new Fire Station.
Here is the letter the Conservation Commission has recently sent to the Energy Facilities Siting Board about the proposed Kinder-Morgan pipeline project.
The Assessors have completed the update of all property values for FY 2016. You can see them here, among other places.
Here is a link to North Quabbin Energy's Annual Local Food Guide.
Here are some pictures of the July, 2015 Ice Cream Social.
The Transfer Station will be open Wednesdays after July 8 from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. with some restrictions.
Gloria Varno has shared some of her photos of the June 20th Beach Party.
Rosa has posted the detailed results of the Franklin County Technical School Special Election.
Transfer Station Fees including Bulky Waste can be found here.
As a resident of Warwick you have access to at least six Household Hazardous Waste collection events each year
The Fellows family has kindly shared their photos of this year's Memorial Day celebration.
Rosa has posted the detailed results of the 2015 Annual Town Election here.
The Greenfield Recorder has published a nice story about Warwick resident artist Kerry Stone and her aunt, Gail Spooner. You can read it here.
The Annual Town Report for 2014 is here. (This is a 4MB .pdf file)
The Findings and Decision of the Zoning Board of Appeals w.r.t. the Wagon Wheel Campground is here.
NEW: For the latest updates on the Wired West project, go to this page, maintained by John Bradford, the town's delegate to Wired West.
Beverly Shepardson kindly shared this photo of Ralph Hills, Warwick's oldest resident, receiving the Boston Post Gold Cane from Selectboard Chair Dawn Magi at Monday's selectboard meeting.
Warwick has been designated a "Green Community". Here's a picture (Photo by Hal Gilium) of the check Warwick received today at the Statehouse. It's a biggie!
Bill Lyman is recording our selectboard and other meetings. You can hear the most recent ones here.
Janice Kurkoski provides graphs of town energy use from 2005 to 2014. See how much our Buildings and Energy Committee is helping the town to save!
The town is working on a grant application to fund more housing rehabilitation and needs to get a waiting list of potential clients. If you are interested, you can get a brochure and waiting list forms here.
News, maps and other information about the Tennessee Gas Pipeline are being posted here, including the April 7 Montague Selectboard meeting with Kinder Morgan.
Warwick townsfolk can now get burning permits online at http://www.fcburnpermits.com/townlist.php. Or you can call Shelburne Dispatch at 413-625-8200.
The Town of Warwick 2013 Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan is now available for public comment. Note: this is a large pdf file (4 MB).
Photos of the recent Conservation Commission Hike and Vernal Pool Survey are up. See the famous Warwick Tipping Rock! (Spoiler: it doesn't tip any more.)
Go here for an important notice from the Selectboard about loose dogs in Warwick.
The Board of Assessors has posted a new link to Property Record Cards on-line and lots of other information, as well as Tax Exemption and Abatement forms.
Not certain of what's recyclable and what's not? Unsure of what can or can't be re-used? Reva Reck suggests this handy site.
It is now possible to download Warwick building permit application forms, both for one- or two-family dwellings and commercial buildings.
August 30 (Sun): The Warwick Historical Society Museum is open for the last time this year from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
September 12 (Sat): Saturday Library hours begin, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Come for coffee, cookies and conversation!
September 16 (Wed): Historical Society meets at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall cafeteria.
September 19 (Sat): Funny Film Series presents "Gold Rush", a classic film with Charlie Chaplin, at 7:00 p.m. at the Town Hall.
Keep checking this spot!
|Office||Personnel & Hours||Phone|
|Accountant||Janice Barrett; Office Hours 9-5, alternate Thursdays||978 544-3845|
|ACO Pager||Rosa Calcari, Animal Control Officer - Rosa's page||978 217-2681|
|Board of Assessors||Beth Gilgun, Clerk; Office Hours Wed & Thu 9-4||978 544-8304|
|Board of Health||Nancy Lyman, Helen Whipple, Lucinda Seago||978 544-6315|
|Building Inspector||Phil Delorey, Building Inspector||contact info|
|--Gas Inspector||Casey Bashaw||978 544-8090|
|--Plumbing Inspector||Casey Bashaw||978 544-8090|
|--Wiring Inspector||Bill Johnston||978 248-9564|
|Cemetery Commission||Alana Day, George Roaf, David Shoemaker, Agent||978 544-6628|
|Community School||Elizabeth Musgrave, Principal||978 544-6310|
|Conservation Commission||Karro Frost, Gregory Brodski, Co-Chairs; meets 1st Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.||978 544-6452|
|Fire Station||Ron Gates, Chief||978 544-8052|
|Highway Department||Larry Delaney, Superintendent; Weekly logs||978 544-6349|
|Library||Nancy Hickler, Librarian; Library Hours||978 544-7866|
|Police Business Line||David Shoemaker||978 544-2244|
|Selectboard||Dawn Magi, Chair; Nicholas Arguimbau; Lawrence Pruyne; Office hrs by appt.||978 544-6315|
|Tax Collector||Terry Kemerer; Office Hours Mondays 11-1 and 4-6||978 544-3845|
|Town Clerk||Rosa Fratangelo; Office Hours Tuesdays 12 to 2 p.m., Thursdays 6 - 8 p.m. or by appointment||978 544-3402|
|Town Coordinator||David Young; Office Hours M-F 2 - 5 p.m. and by appointment||978 544-6315||Town Hall Fax||978 544-6499|
|Transfer Station Office||George Roaf (Saturdays only!); Transfer Station open Saturdays from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.||978 544-1982|
|Treasurer||Beth Gilgun; Office Hours Wed & Thu 9-4||978 544-3845|
|Warwick Broadband||Status of Network, Orders, Repairs||978 633-9544|