Learn more about the Ludlow Town Accountant.
The Board of Assessors has the responsibility to see that the department maintains assessment levels which are allowable by the Massachusetts Department of Revenue, and that a timely tax rate is set each fiscal year.
Find information about the Building Department within Permit Fees ,Applications and much more.
The Town Clerk is responsible for marriage licenses, raffle/bazaar permits, Issues dog and kennel licenses, burial permits, business certificates, and fuel storage permits. Responds to inquiries from the public.
Learn about the Collector and their responsibilities.
Explore The Community Television feed.
Our mission is to protect the interests of the wetlands protection act including, public/private drinking water supplies, groundwater supplies, prevention of pollution, flood control, storm damage prevention, fisheries, land containing shellfish, and wildlife habitat.
Council on Aging/Senior Center
The Ludlow Council on Aging was created by Town of Ludlow By-Laws to act as an advocate for town citizens over 60 years old, those with disabilities, and their families and caregivers, ensuring that they are represented before the town leadership, the Senior Center Executive Director, and the greater Community. The Council works to identify the changing needs of this population and advises on policy making and program design. We focus on optimizing independence and quality of life, both physically and emotionally, in a way that is accessible to all.
The Ludlow Fire Department has a unique history dating back to the late 1800's. Today, it takes great pride in providing professional fire protection and advanced emergency medical services to the Town of Ludlow. It is ready tackle emergencies twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.
The Board of Health enforces state and local regulations such as State Sanitary Codes Housing Violations, Food Establishments, Youth Tobacco Access, and Title V.
Learn about the Human Resources department.
Find out about the Hubbard Memorial Library.
Find information about the Planning Department.
Find information about the Ludlow Police Department.
Chapter 30B is the law that governs the procurement of supplies, services, and real property by cities, towns, and other local jurisdictions in Massachusetts. It contains procedures to ensure open and fair competition for contracts paid for with public money. Please explore the many online public procurement resources we offer, including those related to compliance with Chapter 30B.
Learn about the Public Works Department.
Discover the Recreation Department.
Find information regarding the School Department.
The Board of Selectmen's Office issues licenses, permits and civil service requests.
Learn about the Treasurer responsibilities.
Find information about Veterans' Services.
Westover Golf Course
The 18-hole “Westover” course at the Westover Municipal Golf Course facility in Ludlow, Massachusetts features 7,025 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.7 and it has a slope rating of 131 on Blue grass. Designed by Orrin Smith, the Westover golf course opened in 1954.