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Town of Conway PO Box 240 Conway, Massachusetts, 01341 [email protected] (413) 369-4235 (413) 369-4237 - fax

Town Office Building - 32 Main Street | Town Hall - 5 Academy Hill Road

For emergencies dial 911. (You may also dial 625-8200 for the Shelburne State Police dispatch.)


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Latest town news & announcements

Conservation Commission Member, Other Volunteers Sought

Might you and your community benefit from you filling one of the following positions?

  • 1 representative to the Conservation Commission. Contact the chair, John Gates, at [email protected]
  • 1 representative to the Franklin Regional Technical School Committee. Contact the Town Moderator, Nick Filler, at [email protected]
  • 1 representative to the Greater Franklin Regional Comprehensive Economic Development Committee. Contact the Town Administrator, Tom Hutcheson, at [email protected] or 369-4235 x3.
  • 2 members of Conway’s Council on Aging. Contact the Town Administrator, Tom Hutcheson, at [email protected] or 369-4235.

See the Proposed Path of the Pipeline Through Conway

Take a look at these maps, submitted by Kinder Morgan to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on November 20, 2015 as part of its formal application to pursue its Northeast Energy Direct Project. For more information, see Conway’s Pipeline Task Force page.

Take a Look at Conway’s Geographic Information System

This multi-layered, interactive, web-based system will provide you with new perspectives on Conway! To get started exploring this remarkable tool, read:  Instructions for Using Conway MA GIS

Pipeline Maps Available at Town Office

A complete set of maps indicating the path of the proposed NED pipeline is available for residents to review in the Town Office during regular business hours. Questions may be directed to Ad-Hoc Pipeline Advisory Committee Chair Meg Burch ([email protected], 413-625-9286) or Planning Board Chair Joe Strzegowski ([email protected], 369-4937).

Highway work on Main Poland Road Oct. 22 through spring

The pavement on Main Poland Road between Chapel Falls and East Guinea Road is scheduled to be ground up and gravel added for the winter starting October 22.  Re-paving is slated for the spring.

Heat Pump Rebates

Until November 30, you are eligible for a rebate on an energy-efficient heat pump, up to $750 on an air-source system, for up to $3,375 for as many as five systems per household. If you or your business is interested in participating, please sign up through this website: Once you sign up, Sandri Energy will reach out to you.

Conway Emergency Management now on Facebook!

Like “Conway Emergency” on Facebook today!  Get posts from your emergency management team as it happens. Don’t wait for the next emergency–prepare, and sign up today!

Tech School Rep Wanted

Conway needs a representative to the Franklin County Technical School Committee. Interested? Call Moderator Nick Filler at 369-4748 or e-mail [email protected]

When is an Electrical License or Permit Required?

Answers to this question are available in “When Is An Electrical License Required?,” recently published by the Cooperative Inspection Program of the Franklin Regional Council of Governments.

Community Flu Clinics Scheduled

The FRCOG Cooperative Public Health Service will be providing flu vaccination clinics for residents of all ages in member towns of the health district, including:

  • Friday, October 9th, 9 a.m.-12 noon, Conway Town Hall
  • Wednesday November 18th, 3:30 – 6:00 p.m., Conway Grammar School

INSURANCE CARD or CASH or CHECK accepted. Due to state restriction of vaccine, FRCOG must purchase doses and will bill insurances or charge fee of $20 adults/$10 children. Medicare, MassHealth and most commercial insurances are covered.  For more information and a full schedule of flu clinics in the area, see the Cooperative Public Health Service page at, or contact Conway Town Nurse Lisa White at (413) 665-1400 x114.

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