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Information about grants, finances, emergency response and more for the Commonwealth's 351 cities and towns.
Information on grants and other resources for the Commonwealth's 351 cities and towns.
DLS' Financial Management Resource Bureau (FMRB) helps cities and towns improve their financial management operations.
Learn about parcel mapping and maintenance, address data and related resources, about requirements from the State 911 Department concerning parcel mapping and address updates, and about MassGIS’ free web-mapping tool.
Cities, towns, and regional public entities, such as Regional School Districts, can reduce energy usage and energy costs by making changes in buildings, streetlights, and vehicle fleets.
MEMA can link community public safety officials to equipment and personnel to assist them with emergency incidents or preplanned events.
Learn about the Attorney General's Municipal Law Unit and find all necessary forms for submitting by-laws to the Attorney General's Office for review.
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