News, Events & Notices
Conservation Land Camping OpportunitiesThe Andover Conservation Commission offers periodic camping opportunities on conservation land along the scenic Shawsheen River from April through October. There are fire pits, picnic tables, and a good “put-in” for canoes and kayaks. Interested campers are required to register with the Conservation Office. A donation of $8.00 per person to cover the cost of the site’s portable toilet is requested. A conservation representative accompanies each event. There is no open public camping allowed other than on specific dates. For more information please contact the Conservation Office at email@example.com or 978-623-8311.
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Committee Members NeededMuch of the business of town government is conducted by appointed volunteers who contribute generously of their time and effort. The Town of Andover currently has approximately 40 appointed commissions, councils, and committees with members typically serving three-year terms. Click here for more information on vacancies and how to apply.
Summer Safety TipsOutdoor activities including grilling, fireworks, and gardening can be dangerous. Check out these resources to have a safe and happy summer!
Andover Awarded "Green Communities" GrantThe Town of Andover was awarded a $191,901 Green Communities competitive grant under the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources Green Communities program. Awards were announced on Wednesday July 8, 2015 at a ceremony in Natick. Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito, Secretary of Energy & Environmental Affairs Matthew Beaton, and DOER Commissioner Judith Judson congratulated the recipients and reaffirmed the Baker administration’s commitment to the Green Communities program. More Information
Water Distribution Flushing Program PostponedDue to the increased water demand brought forth by seasonal changes, the Town will be postponing the Water Distribution System Flushing Program as of June 26th. The Town will resume the flushing program at a later date.
New Sewer Rate Effective July 1, 2015The Board of Selectmen, acting at the Water and Sewer Commissioners for the Town of Andover voted to increase the sewer rate effective July 1, 2015. The sewer rate will change from $3.47 per 100 cubic feet to $3.64 per 100 cubic feet of water. Note that 100 cubic feet is equal to 748 gallons. The water rate remains unchanged at $3.10/100 CF.
BoomerVenture Summer SessionNew classes are beginning at the Center at Punchard and BoomerVenture. The current session runs from June through August. Register now on-line or by mail or walk-in.