The Board of Selectmen have scheduled a Special Town Meeting for 7pm on Monday, October 15th, 2018, at the Freetown Elementary School... more ››
The Town of Freetown seeks snow removal services from owners/operators of snow removal equipment for the upcoming snow and ice season.
SRPEDD needs your help to develop their Regional Transportation Plan!
Effective September 15, 2018, the price paid by participants in the Program for electric supply will increase from 10.122 cents per kWh to... more ››
Crapo Hill Landfill, 300 Samuel Barnet Boulevard, New Bedford
Flu season is fast approaching! To prepare, the Board of Health is again sponsoring a pair of flu/wellness clinics for Freetown residents... more ››
While Labor Day is the unofficial last day of the summer, it IS the official last day of the Town Beach season. As such, the Town Beach is... more ››
The (unofficial!) end of summer holiday is here! Here's a list of schedule changes.
If you signed up for text notifications, you MUST text 'ALERT' to 22300 to fully opt-in to the Citizen Notification System.
Fraudulent postcards are going out, claiming to be affiliated with Medicare.
The Calvary Pentecostal Church, 33 Braley Road in East Freetown, is holding their Community Day on Saturday, September 29, 2018, from 10am-... more ››
September 9, 2018, 9am-3pm
August 25, 2018: In an abundance of caution, Board of Health Agent Derek Macedo has announced that all public parks are to be closed from... more ››
July 21, August 25 and September 15, a FREE family night out featuring free popcorn & candy, appearances by the Freetown Police and... more ››
MassDOT has provided the Selectmen's office with the presentation documents they presented on Monday evening, regarding the South Coast... more ››
Sample ballots are also now available, along with information on polling locations, final voter registration and absentee ballots.
At the Annual Town Meeting on June 5, 2018, the Freetown voters voted to approve a phone/text notification system, to be used to notify... more ››
Attracting Birds, Butterflies, and Other Beneficials Presentation at Freetown Historical Society, September 13
A 60 minute presentation about attracting pollinators and other beneficial wildlife will be offered by naturalist John Root at 1:00 PM on... more ››
The Highway Surveyor has notified the Board of Selectmen's office that Locust Street will be closed at the bridge for approximately 6 hours... more ››
Update, July 6, 2018:The City of Fall River has removed emergency restrictions on water usage.