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Planning Board Wants Your Opinion!

The Conway Planning Board wants to hear from residents, visitors, and owners and workers of businesses in Conway. We want to know about the businesses where you shop, what businesses you think would be successful in Conway, and what types of businesses are already in Conway.


This information will help us develop strategies to increase the amount of economic activity happening in Conway, while also preserving the community’s rural character. Greater business activity could mean more local job opportunities, closer access to shopping and services, and an expanded tax base to support important municipal functions.


Two ways to complete the survey: 1) fill it out online at or, 2) fill out a printed copy at the Town Office and the Field Memorial Library. Responses are due by Wednesday, October 18, 2017. All responses are confidential. We appreciate your input. Thank you!

Tax Bills Will Be Delayed; still 30 days to pay

Conway Real Estate and Personal Property Tax fall bills for Fiscal Year 2018 will be due about 2 weeks later this year.  First-half tax bills will be issued around October 10th with a due date of November 9th.  The spring bills will be issued as usual and due on May 1st.

Planning Board to Hold Public Hearing on Recreational Marijuana Moratorium

The Conway Planning Board will hold a public hearing on Thursday, October 5, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in the General Purpose Room of the Conway Town Hall, 5 Academy Hill Road, Conway, MA.  The purpose of this hearing is to allow for public review and comment on  proposed revisions to the Protective Bylaws of the Town of Conway, MA, which would add Section 11, Temporary Moratorium on Recreational Marijuana Establishments.

The purpose of the proposed temporary moratorium is to allow the Select Board and Planning Board sufficient time to respond to State regulations, which are scheduled for promulgation by March 15, 2018. The proposed bylaws will be presented for deliberation at the Special Town Meeting scheduled for October 30, 2017.

All interested persons are welcome to attend the public hearing.  A copy of the proposed bylaw amendments is available for inspection in the Town Clerk’s Office, 32 Main St, Conway, MA during the Clerk’s regular business hours, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.  The full text of the proposed bylaw will also be mailed to all households in mid-October and will be posted online on the home page of

Conway Cultural Council: Grant Funding Deadline Oct. 16

The Conway Cultural Council has set an October 16th deadline for organizations, schools, and individuals to apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community. These grants can support a variety of artistic projects and activities in Conway — including exhibits, festivals, field trips, short-term artist residencies, or performances in schools, workshops, and lectures.

For local guidelines and complete information on the Conway Cultural Council, please find information about applications and guidelines online at

Assessors Clerk Out of the Office September 20th

The Assessors Clerk will be away from the office on Wednesday, September 20th. The office will be closed September 20th and will re-open Thursday, September 21st at 9:00 a.m.

Talk to a Lawyer for Free!

The MASSBAR Association’s Dial-A-Lawyer program will be offering free telephone consultations on October 18th from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.  Call 413-782-1659 to talk to a lawyer for free.  For more information click here: Mass Bar Assoc free lawyer day

FRCOG’s Cooperative Public Health Service To Conduct Flu Clinics

FRCOG’s Cooperative Public Health Service will conduct several regional flu clinics, including two in the Town of Conway:  Friday, October 6 at Conway Town Hall from 9 – 11 AM and Wednesday, November 1st at Conway Grammar School from 3:15 – 5:30 PM. Most insurances accepted, no copay needed. Help our town build community immunity – get your flu shot and help protect you, loved ones and vulnerable neighbors from the flu.

Special Town Meeting October 30

There will be a special Town Meeting on Monday, October 30, at 7:30 p.m. at the Conway Grammar School. Articles so far include an 18-month moratorium on commercial marijuana establishments; a reduction in the number of Finance Committee members from six to five; a reduction in the number of Conservation Commission members from five to three; establishing a revolving fund for Medicaid reimbursements; paying a bill from a prior fiscal year; providing money from free cash for matching funds for a grant; and a citizen petition proposing a Town “Safe Community” by-law prohibiting checking and acting on immigration status during law enforcement activity. The warrant is slated be closed to the addition of new articles at the Monday, September 18 Select Board meeting.

Updated Guide for Town Appointees Now Available

The 2017 Guide for Town Appointees and Elected Officials for the Town of Conway, which sets forth procedures for members of elected and appointed bodies, is now available. To view and print the Guide, click here: GUIDE for TOWN APPOINTEES rev. 9.6.17.

Assessors Clerk’s Hours

Assessors’ Clerk office hours are: Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: 9am – 2pm;  Thursday: 10am – 2pm.  There are no office hours on Friday.  As always, please call the office at (413) 369-4235 x5 if you are traveling into Town to be sure the Assessor or Assessors’ Clerk will be there when you plan to arrive.

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