1. Agendas & Minutes

    Ease of searching boards and committee agendas and minutes

  2. Bacon Free Library

    The Bacon Free Library was established in 1880 and continues to provide the community with library services and programs today. The library provides its users with a charming blend of today's best-sellers, old fashioned friendliness, and modern technology in an historic neighborhood setting.

  3. Boards & Committees

    Find a listing of town boards and committees.

  4. Board of Selectmen

    The Selectmen are vested with all the municipal authority not specifically retained by the town’s legislative body, Town Meeting. The Selectmen appoint a Town Administrator, responsible for the daily management of the town.

  5. Community & Economic Development

    The Community Development department works to protect and where possible, enhance our natural resources an preserve the quality of life for the citizens of Natick. The divisions within the Community Development department are, Affordable Housing, Building Department, Economic Development and Environmental Control.

  6. Community Services

    Comprised of Recreation and Parks, Council on Aging and Human Services, Veteran’s Services, and the Natick Community Organic Farm, the Community Services Department is charged with responding to the needs, interests and quality of life issues of all who call Natick home.

  7. Elected Officials

    Learn about the elected officials serving the Town of Natick including the Board of Selectmen, the Town Clerk, and the Moderator.

  8. Facilities Management

    The Department of Facilities Management strives to provide efficient and effective operation and stewardship of the Town of Natick school and town owned facilities.

  9. Finance Department

    Created by Article 1 of the 2012 Spring Town Meeting, the Finance Department is a centrally organized department responsible for all aspects of the town's financial management. The following divisions within the Finance department are, Assessors, Collector/Treasurer and Comptroller.

  10. Fire Department

    The mission of the Natick Fire Department is to provide the citizens of our community with quality, professional emergency fire control, emergency medical care, disaster mitigation, life rescue, and day to day service response.

  11. Health Department

    The main purpose of public health is prevention and the services provided by this department are prevention oriented. The services range from a multitude of various inspections, vaccinations, communicable disease investigations, educational materials, training opportunities, emergency preparedness and staff assistance.

  12. Human Resources

    The Human Resources department is employee benefits, policies, employment opportunities, etc.

  13. Information Technology

    The Information Technology Department is a small department staffed by 5 talented individuals. We report directly to the Town Administrator and are fortunate enough to have an Information Systems Advisory Board comprised of citizens with experience in Information Technology to provide support and advice.

  14. Morse Institute Library

    The Morse Institute Library, “Natick’s Community Library,” stands in the heart of downtown Natick. The beautifully remodeled building houses 200,000 books, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, CDs, and audiobooks.

  15. Police Department

    The Natick Police Department is dedicated to serving the citizens of Natick through enforcement of the law, providing reports and registry access, and through crime prevention and safety education.

  16. Procurement

    The Procurement Department is responsible for the acquisition of all supplies, services, and equipment and construction projects required by the Town of Natick.

  17. Public Works (DPW)

    The Public Works Department is responsible for equipment maintenance, engineering, GIS services, recycling and trash, and more.

  18. School Department

    Natick Public Schools is a community focused on and dedicated to all students achieving high standards in a safe, trusting, respectful environment where learning is exciting, dynamic, and engaging.

  19. Sustainability

  20. Town Administrator

    The Town Administrator oversees the daily operations of the town, advises and administers the policies and procedures of the Board of Selectmen, and enforces town bylaws and actions passed by Town Meeting.

  21. Town Clerk

    The Office of the Town Clerk serves as the central information point for residents and visitors.