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Town News

Annual Town Elections and Meeting

Annual Town Elections will be held on Monday, May 5th from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  Voting is at the Town Hall.  Please enter from the William Street entrance.  There are 9 Town positions and 2 ballot questions on the ballot.

Annual Town Meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 7th starting at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Mohawk Trail Regional High School on Route 112.

You can view the Election/Town Meeting warrant attached here.

Tick Testing

Free Tick Testing through your health district

The health district for the Town of Buckland has received a grant for 100 free tick tests. Click the image to go to the website if you would like to have a tick you found tested for Lyme disease.

Buckland Public Library Progressive Dinner

Some very special friends of the Buckland Public Library are once again offering the Historic Upper Buckland Progressive Dinner on April 26th at 5 PM. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along upper Buckland’s historic district while enjoying a three course meal at three of the historic houses. The event will begin at 5 PM at the site of the original Buckland Post Office with a lovely selection appetizers accompanied by local wine.   Guests will then return to Upper Street and on to the Zenas Graham House ( now the Bird’s Nest B&B) where a choice of vegetarian, meat based or gluten free quiche and fresh spring asparagus will be served. The spring dinner concludes at the Deacon John Porter House with some delicious desserts. Proceeds from this event are to benefit the library. A $40.00 donation per ticket is requested.   Call Ann Bodkhe at 413-625-9455 for reservations before April 23rd, but be advised that the event sold out quickly last year. Limited parking is available at each home for guests who require transportation.

Click to view the flyer .

Transfer Station

Please note the following changes to allowed items at the Transfer Station.

Allowed recyclables now include clean pizza boxes; pizza boxes that are greasy or have food should still be discarded instead of recycled.

Waste oil is no longer accepted.

Community Development Survey

The Towns of Buckland, Shelburne, and Colrain are collaborating on a joint Community Development Block Grant application which will be submitted on February 14, 2014. The Boards of Selectmen seek your input on potential community development projects in our Towns. Won't you please take a moment and complete the following survey. Your responses are confidential.

Please click this link to take the survey

Donate to the Buckland Beautification Fund!

We seek funds to replace the window boxes in front of Town Hall, and for plantings in the back garden.  Make your check payable to The Town of Buckland, and indicate in the memo area:  Beautification Fund. 


Wired West

Wired West has a pre-subscription sign up form for people who may be interested in signing up for broadband internet service.

Please fill out this form , which will be used both to gauge interest in different communities and as a means of contacting you at a later date when WiredWest begins scheduling installations. 

Wired West is an independent cooperative formed to facilitate bringing broadband to underserved areas of Western Massachusetts.  Buckland is one of approximately 40 member towns which have passed town meeting votes to join this cooperative.  Please contact Wired West if you have any questions.

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