Christian Lane Bridge Over the Mill River to be Reduced to a Single Lane Bridge At the instruction of MassDOT, the Christian Lane Bridge... more ››
Inspections will begin by Animal Inspector Richard Adamcek, September 20th and continue through the end of December or whenever all... more ››
The Town of Whately is moving one step closer to determining the future of the Center School
Please join us Thursday November 11, 2021 at 1pm for the dedication and celebration of our newly improved Veteran's Memorial located in... more ››
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Backup Transfer Station Attendant: Backup transfer station attendants needed on occasional Saturdays. General... more ››
The Town Office building will be open to the public for new hours starting on July 1, 2021.MONDAY – 8:00 am to 4:00 pm* *Treasurer/... more ››
Does a Tag Sale require a permit?Yes, you must obtain a Tag Sale Permit from the Selectboard's Office. How to... more ››
The Town of Whately was recently awarded designation as an “AARP Network of Age Friendly Communities”.
Learn how recyclables from Western Mass are processed into new materials, how to reduce trash and save money through composting, plus... more ››
The Routes 5&10 reconstruction project is starting March 15,2021 and will go through this fall. Construction will start in Whately... more ››
Perhaps you’re eligible for the Senior Circuit Breaker Tax Credit on your Massachusetts taxes.
While getting vaccinated is important, as you may know, routine testing and early detection remains one of the best ways to help prevent... more ››
All individuals over 16 are now eligible to receive the COVID 19 vaccine. However, some clinics are limiting vaccine to only those 18... more ››
As the result of a change in law, the Town of Whately’s previously published aggregation rates effective with the January 2021 meter reads... more ››
Serve your community!The Whately Selectboard is seeking applicants to fill vacancies on the following:Capital... more ››
Forgivable loans of up to $10,000 are available to very small businesses (five or fewer employees) located in Whately.
Financial Assistance Available for Franklin County Residents for Housing, Utilities and Food