Town of Littleton News & Information
LCTV On-demand - Watch town board meetings and other local programming online from LCTV on-demand.
Annual Town Election Results - Read the results of the May 11, 2013 Annual Town Election. For more information, contact the Town Clerk.
Town Meeting Results - Read the results of the May 6, 2013 Annual and Special Town Meetings. Watch video of Town Meeting: Part 1, Part 2. Read more.
2012 Annual Town Report online - The 2012 Annual Town Report is now available online. Read more.
S&P affirms Town's AA stable bond rating; SP-1+ short term rating - UPDATED 3/27/13 - Standard & Poor's assigns SP-1+ short-term rating—its highest—for Littleton’s upcoming $5.3-million BANs; affirms AA rating. Finding the Town of Littleton's financial position and management practices "strong," S&P had affirmed the Town's AA bond rating with a stable outlook in November 2012. Read more.
Omni / 15 Great Road Decisions. On Thursday, February 14, 2013, the Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously approved a 40B comprehensive permit for 190 rental units for Village Green Apartments, 15 Great Road; and the Planning Board unanimously approved an "open space" special permit and 40A definitive subdivision plan for The Orchards. On February 11, 2013, the Board of Selectmen approved a host community agreement with the developer providing mitigation payments to the Town and assurance that the Town's subsidized housing inventory remain above 10% through the year 2031. Read more.
Best Place to Raise Kids in Massachusettts: Littleton - From BloombergBusinessweek: Littleton is an arts-friendly town, home to Indian Hill Music, a nonprofit music education center featuring both a professional orchestra and music outreach programs, and a community theater that hosts summer activities for youth. But it’s not all play: Littleton Public Schools placed on the AP District Honor Roll for their results on College Board testing.
FY 2013 Property Tax Rates Approved - The Town of Littleton's property tax rates for FY 2013 have been approved at $16.98 per $1,000 of assessed value for Residential and $27.23 per $1,000 AV for Commercial/Industrial/Personal. For an average residential property assessed at $366,412, its tax bill will increase by 4.06%; the tax bill for a commercial property assessed at $491,000 will increase by 5.79%. See tax rate recap.
November 14, 2012 Special Town Meeting Results. Read the results of November 14, 2012 Special Town Meeting. Read more. 3/14/2013 UPDATE - Attorney General approves by-law amendments.
||Groundbreaking for MassWorks, Sam Park. MA Economic Development Secretary Greg Bialecki joined U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas, state and local officials and developer Sam Park on August 6, 2012 to break ground on the MassWorks Infrastructure Program-supported Route 119/I-495 Interchange Safety and Capacity Improvement Project. Read press release. More photos. Watch video.
Selectmen's Goals adopted for FY 2013. The Board of Selectmen held a public hearing on July 23, 2012 and adopted goals for FY 2013.
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Littleton Common: Groundbreaking for MassWorks, Sam Park held Monday, August 6th. Read press release. $1.8-million Massworks grant for roadway safety and capacity improvements to Route 119/Great Road. Read more. Sam Park & Co. - 495 Great Road - Planning Board unanimously approves special permits for Sam Park & Co.'s mixed use development at 495 Great Road. Read more. Littleton Common Sewer Feasibility Study - See the presentation. Read the Smart Sewering Strategy report. Read more. Littleton Common Zoning - May 2010 Special Town Meeting voters approved Littleton Common Area A Village zoning and Area B overlay zoning.
Wellness in Littleton. Littleton cares about you! The Council on Aging has received a grant to promote Wellness among the 50+ age group. The focus is on body, mind, and spirit with the goal of promoting a longer, better, and happier life. Read more about the goals and programs for the new Wellness Program.
Devens Household Hazardous Waste facility - Littleton participates in a regional facility at Devens for disposal of household hazardous waste. Read more.
Town Board Openings The Board of Selectmen are now accepting applications to serve on the Agricultural Commission, LCTV Advisory Committee, Clean Lakes Committee, Community Preservation Committee, Council on Aging, Commission on Disabilities, Conservation Commission, Cultural Council, Personnel Board, and Zoning Board of Appeals, Notice of Town of Board Vacancies posted 4/8/2013
The Board of Selectmen are also accepting applications to serve on the Historical Commission and Littleton Common Sewer Feasibility Study Committee. Town Board Notice of Vacancy posted 5-8-2013
A second notice of Town Board Vacancy has been posted for the Open Space & Recreation Plan Implementation (OSRP) Committee - The Open Space & Recreation Plan is critical to help guide the town for future open space protection and recreation opportunities. Having a current plan helps acquire state grant funding for water protection and land acquisition and recreation improvements. Reposted 4/8/13
Persons seeking appointment to a board appointed by the Selectmen shall complete an application form [attached] and file it with the Office of the Board of Selectmen/Town Administrator.
Arts & Culture in Littleton - Check out http://www.littletonma.org/arts to learn more about arts and cultural institutions in Littleton.