The following is a list of departments who maintain pages on the Millbury Web site. For a list of municipal employees, go to our municipal directory.
The Town Manager is the Chief Administrative Officer of the Town. This office is responsible for management of the Town Hall structure and staffing, development of the annual budget for Town Meeting review, ensuring continuous Town services and many other areas. While relying on the individual Town Departments to administer programs and manage the day-to-day aspects of local government, the Town Manager's office makes sure these programs are coordinated between departments, so that they best serve the needs of the people of the Town of Millbury.
There are 4 Fire Stations in Town, all under the operation of the Board of Fire Engineers.
Your safety is the primary focus of the Millbury Police Department. The Department also issues permits for weapons.
Millbury's Animal Control Officer has all the powers and duties of a dog officer as provided in MGL Ch 140, Sec 151A. The Animal Control Officer is also governed by the Town's General By-law Article 11, Sec 4-16 through 4-26 and is under the control and jurisdiction of the Millbury Police Department.
The Blackstone Valley National Heritage Corridor Commission lists the Asa Waters Mansion as "the finest example of Georgian Colonial style in the country." The Mansion is one of the most beautiful buildings in Millbury, and is registered on the National and State Registers of Historic Places. Lovingly restored to its original splendor, the Asa Waters Mansion provides a stately setting for community gatherings, wedding, seminars, and parties.
Values of Real Estate and Personal Property are available. Along with corresponding maps & ownerships. Excise abatements & values.
The Building Inspector's office includes Electrical, Gas, and Plumbing inspectors and permits.
Streets, public shade trees, town sewer, the Recycling Center, all town parks and the cemeteries are managed through this department.
The EMA coordinates all emergency actions under the guidelines of the Millbury (CEMP) Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan. This plan addresses the preparation, response, recovery and mitigation actions for all potential risks to the public.
The department was established to oversee all financial operations of the Town of Millbury and consists of three divisions: Accounting, Assessment and Treasury operations including Tax collections.
This office reviews all applications for new/rebuilt septic systems, inspects construction, ensures the suitability of the soil and otherwise administers the State's Title 5 requirements. The Board of Health also inspects restaurants for food safety.
It is the mission of the Human Resources Department to provide quality customer service to the general public and to all employees for their Human Resources needs in the areas of: recruitment, hiring, benefits, compensation, classification, training and development, labor relations, worker's compensation and unemployment.
The Millbury Public Library is a place where people and information come together. It is a friendly, information repository and accessible community-gathering place for Millbury residents of all ages who have an array of information needs and interests.
The Department of Planning and Development encompasses the Conservation Commission, Building and Inspections, and the Planning Board offices.
Millbury Public Access is a place where ordinary people can create content which is cablecast through our cable systems. It is a First Amendment forum where the producer holds editorial control.
The School Department includes the Superintendent's office, the School Committee, and each of our schools: Junior/Senior High School, Shaw Middle School, and Elmwood Street School. The School System and the Town also work closely with the Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational School.
The Senior Center provides a wonderful array of resources to our senior population, including meals, education and recreation.
This office accepts payments for Excise Taxes, Real Estate Tax, Personal Property Tax, Sewer Use, Sewer Betterment Payoffs, and Retirement Health Insurance Payments.
The Town Clerk's office manages all public records -- births, deaths, marriages, etc. They also serve as a repository for public records from many Town departments. This is a dynamic office with a variety of responsibilities.
This office coordinates the services and benefits to our resident veterans.