Town Boards & Commissions M - Z

  1. Open Space & Recreation Plan Committee

    The most recent Shrewsbury Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP), prepared in 2000 has expired.

  2. Parks & Cemetery Commission

    The Parks and Cemetery Commission meets on a monthly basis to discuss budgets, policies, and capital projects, and they also approve the sale of lots at Mountain View Cemetery.

  3. Personnel Board

    Learn about how the Personnel Board serves the community.

  4. Planning Board

    The Planning Board is responsible for guiding development of land and growth within the Town of Shrewsbury.

  5. Retirement Board

    The Shrewsbury Retirement System is one of 104 state and municipal retirement systems in Massachusetts.

  6. Scholarship Committee

    The Scholarship Committee collects and reviews applications for the Town Scholarship every March.

  7. School Committee

    The Shrewsbury Public Schools in partnership with the community will provide students with the skills and knowledge for the 21st century, an appreciation of our democratic tradition and the desire to continue to learn throughout life.

  8. Sealer of Weights & Measures

    The Sealer of Weights and Measures ensures the integrity of marketplace purchases of goods and commodities.

  9. SELCO Commission

    SELCO Commission on the SELCO pages

  10. Sewer Commission

    The Board acts upon abatements, petitions for sewerage, and financing of proposed construction.

  11. Sherwood Middle School Building Committee

    The Committee is charged with the planning and oversight of the renovation, expansion and/or replacement of the Sherwood Middle School.

  12. Shrewsbury Development Corporation

    The Shrewsbury Development Corporation is responsible for the economic development of Town-owned property on South Street.

  13. Shrewsbury Trails Committee

    he Shrewsbury Trails Committee, a community volunteer group, provides information about trails to town residents so they can explore and make use of trails in Shrewsbury. The committee was formed in 2011 at the recommendation of the Town's Open Space Plan. The committee is supported in it's efforts by the Town's Planning, Parks & Recreation, and Engineering Departments.

  14. SMC Advisory Board

    The Board serves as an advisory body to the Board of Commissioners of the Shrewsbury Electric Light Plant and Community Cablevision for community programming.

  15. Spring Street School Building Committee

    The Spring Street School Building Committee will oversee a roof and window replacement project being funded through the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) Green Repair Program as authorized under Articles 9 and 10.

  16. Targeted Zoning Committee

    The purpose of the Targeted Zoning Committee is to develop recommendations for appropriate changes to existing zoning to encourage the expansion of the Town's non-residential tax base for several parcels of land within Shrewsbury.

  17. Zoning Board of Appeals

    The Zoning Board of Appeals is established in accordance with the provisions of Section 12 of Chapter 40A of the Massachusetts General Laws.