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Save the Date - Posted 01/22/2019
The Groton Commissioners of Trust Funds presents “Attracting Pollinators: What Plants Where.” Learn how to create and protect habitats for native New England bees presented by Tom Sullivan, graduate of the Conway School of Landscape Design. 
The event, co-sponsored by the Groton Garden Club and the Nashua River Watershed Association, will be held at the Groton Country Club, on Sunday, Feb 10 at 2 p.m. (Snow date is February 17) 
This is free and open to all. Dining is available before or after the lecture at the Groton Publick House, next to the Club House. 
Please pre-register by calling 978-448-0299 or send email to WynneT@NashuaRiverWatershed.org


Clubs and Organizations in Town, Listings Requested - Posted 1/17/19

We are looking to update our list of the various Clubs & Organizations that are present in the Groton community for the Town’s website. Please use this link https://goo.gl/forms/RUVVwzrD8LijBgTw1 to submit or update a listing. The updated clubs and organizations will be present on the Town of Groton's webpage in a list format. You can view the current listings at http://townofgroton.org/Community/ClubsOrganizations.aspx.

We will be recreating the list from scratch to get rid of clubs and groups that are no longer around. If you represent one that should still be listed, please fill out this form as well at https://goo.gl/forms/RUVVwzrD8LijBgTw1




Open Space and Recreation - Posted 12/17/2018

With a lot of help, the Groton Conservation Commission has been hard at work this year updating the Town’s Open Space and Recreation Plan. This plan identifies goals and priorities to guide Town policy and investments in open space preservation and recreation over the next five years. The plan must be updated every five years in order for the Town to be eligible for grant opportunities to help fund open space priorities. 

After months of meetings, public outreach, and countless hours of volunteer work we are ready and excited to release to the public a drafted plan for review.  Please click here to download a copy of the plan.  If you would prefer a Microsoft Word version, please click here.  If you require a printed copy, please contact the Conservation Administrator at conservation@townofgroton.org or by calling 978-448-1106.

To give you an opportunity to share your comments, the Conservation Commission will be hosting a public forum on January 31st, 2019 at the Groton Inn at 7:00PM.  Join us for a night of discussion and visioning – more details to come in January 2019!




Town Manager's Proposed 2020 Budgets - Posted 12/21/18
As required by the town's charter, the Town Manager has submitted his proposed budgets for FY 2020 to the Finance Committee for consideration. The Finance Committee will be reviewing the budget and ultimately bring their budget to Town Meeting for a vote. You can view the Town Manager's proposed FY 2020 budget below.




Winter Parking Ban - Posted 11/15/2018
Residents are reminded that a winter parking ban is in effect from November 15th until April 15th . 
◆ On-street parking is prohibited overnight. 
◆ Vehicles that are illegally parked will be ticketed. 


Unofficial Nov 6 2018 Election Results - Posted 11/7/18
You can view the unofficial Election results HERE!


The Center (formerly Senior Center) Construction Notice - Posted 8/3/18
Please be aware that The Center (formerly The Senior Center) located at 163 West Main St. in Groton is now an active closed Construction site. No visitors are allowed on the property while construction is occurring. 

Remember that while The Center is under construction programs are taking place at their temporary location at the Lost Lake Fire Station. Review the most recent Center Newsletter for more details. 



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