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Due to decreased COVID cases counts, Town Hall offices will resume regular hours starting Monday, March 8th.
Secure ways to pay your bills. Online, mail or drop box in front of Town Hall.
In advance of the Tri-Board budget presentation meeting, we are happy to share the proposed FY2022 Proposed Annual Budget
DHED Energy Assistance Programs Heatline 1-800-632-8175
Local businesses are in many cases the first line of defense and first resource for when a storm hits. The Ipswich Resilience Guide was designed to assist local businesses in Ipswich and throughout Cape Ann to offer the tools necessary to be res...
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Thanks to David Bitler, Salem University GIS intern, for his work on this project for the Open Space Program.
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The town of Ipswich may work with the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) should a need for volunteers arise in the future to support COVID19 Vaccination clinics.
The MRC organizes local, regional and statewide volunteer resources to respond to public health initi...
The Ipswich Wastewater Department is working on a project to upgrade the sewer interceptor pipe and siphon along the Ipswich River by the historic Choate Bridge. The following link has more project info:
Annually the town of Ipswich recognizes staff that have reached milestone years of service within a fiscal year. Congratulations and many thanks to the dedicated staff that serve the Ipswich ...
Do I need to come to the Treasurer/Collector’s Office at Town Hall to pay my bills?
No, there are many other ways to pay your bills without coming to the Treasurer/Collector’s Office at Town Hall.
Click to read the Abandoned Property / Unclaimed Checks listing.