Town Offices, Library, Senior Center, and the Highway Garage are closed to the public and staff continue to work remotely in accordance with the Governor's Stay at Home Advisory through May 4, 2020. Click here to find out how you can continue to conduct business with Town Hall during this shutdown. View the latest news post here.
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In our efforts to keep residents fully appraised of state and local efforts to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus, please find a summary of the Governor's most recent orders below: Chapter 53 of the Acts of 2020 (4/3/2020)- This act was passed by the Legislature...
PRESS RELEASE Tuesday, April 7, 2020 For Immediate Release Board of Selectmen vote to extend property tax deadline to June 1, 2020 and suspend all interest and penalties on bills due after 3/10/2020 and paid before June 30, 2020 Tyngsborough, Massachusetts- At a...
The Board of Selectmen voted last night to postpone the Annual Town Election and the Annual Town Meeting to a later date, likely at the end of June. This decision was made at the recommendation of Town Clerk Joanne Shifres. This decision falls in line with decisions...
About Tyngsborough, Mass.
Tyngsborough, Massachusetts is a town in the northeastern Massachusetts county of Middlesex. Adjacent to Nashua, NH and Lowell, MA, Tyngsborough is just over 18 square miles. It was settled in 1661 and incorporated in 1809.
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The Town of Tyngsborough is investing time to create a comprehensive Economic Development site to collect resources for businesses interested in opening a location or expanding in Tyngsborough. Click here for more information!