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Fiscal year 2021 Real Estate & Personal Property bills were mailed out on December 30, 2020 with payment stubs for 3rd & 4th quarters. Fourth quarter bills are due by May 3rd. Make your timely payment to avoid interest and penalties.
Please visit the Water Department webpage to view news flashes on PFAS Test Results Compliant with State Regulations, Voluntary Water Restrictions and Hydrant Flushing Dates!
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Sign up to be notified when it’s your turn to schedule an appointment at a mass vaccination location. Preregister and learn more here.
Openings on Zoning Board of Appeals, Design Review Board, Ipswich Housing Partnership, Conservation Commission, Historical Commission, Shade Tree & Beautification and more. Request appointment using the online form.
A draft warrant for Annual Town Meeting scheduled for Saturday, May 15, 2021 is available!
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...
Monday, April 19, is Patriots’ Day. Trash and recycling pickups for the week will be delayed by ONE day. Compost pickup will be on Wednesday, its regularly scheduled day.
Please have your trash and recycling on the curb by 6 AM at the day AFTER y...
The Town has contracted with Nocella Paving to reclaim and repave Heartbreak Road and Dornell Road. Top course paving is scheduled for Thursday at 7 am, the crew started on Heartbreak Road (Argilla Rd to #30) once complete they will move to Dorn...
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:
Please have your trash and recycling on the curb by 6 AM at the day AFTER your usual ...
REAL ESTATE TAX BILLS DUE MAY 3, 2021
The Ipswich Treasurer/Collector reminds citizens that fiscal year 2021 Real Estate and Personal Property bills were mailed out on December 30, 2020 with payment stubs for third and fourth quarters. ...
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.
Initial PFAS testing was completed in November 2020, with confirmatory testing completed in December 2020. Although some levels of PFAS were detected in our water sources, all test results were compliant with the state regulations.
Due to early signs of drought conditions, including lack of precipitation and reduced stream flow in the Ipswich River, and to ensure water availability to conduct essential hydrant flushing, the Water Department is imposing voluntary water restrictions.
The Ipswich Water Department will be conducting a Water Main Flushing Program throughout town beginning April 20, 2021 and continuing through May 21, 2021. Flushing of water mains will be primarily conducted between the hours of 8 PM –12 AM exce...