This Saturday is Roadside Cleanup Day, April 20

Celebrate Earth Day a few days early this Saturday, April 20, by helping clean up litter along our Washington roadsides.... more ››

Free Medicare Counseling by a Certified Elder Services SHINE Counselor for Washington Residents

The SHINE* program, administered by Elder Services of Berkshire County, provides free, confidential, unbiased, personalized counseling to... more ››

Saturday’s History Hike Has Been Canceled, 4/13

The Washington Community Builders Group and the Washington Historic Commission are canceling the hike originally scheduled... more ››

Community Meeting to Talk About Emergency Services, Saturday, April 13

The Select Board will be hosting a Community Meeting on Saturday afternoon, April 13th, 1:30–3:00 p.m. at Town Hall to... more ››

Becket Sponsoring Panel on the Impacts of Climate Change on Lakes and Ponds, Wednesday, April 3

Becket Conservation Commission and Becket Lakes & Ponds Council is sponsoring a panel on Wednesday, April 3, 2:30–4:30 p.m, at... more ››

Climate Adaptation Projects Listening Night, Tuesday, March 19

In response to increasing challenges presented by climate change, Washington has been engaged in the state’s... more ››

Early Voting for March 5th Presidential Primary Begins Saturday

The Town Clerk's office will hold in-person voting on the following dates and times.  No appointment is necessary to vote during these... more ››

Public Notice of Invitation To Bid: Virginia Lakes Parcels

The Town of Washington, Massachusetts, acting through its Chief Procurement Officer, will receive sealed bids for:SALE OF Virginia... more ››

104th Fighter Wing to Conduct Night Flying Training Next Week

Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield has informed us that the 104th Fighter Wing is scheduled to conduct night training flights... more ››

Celebrate the Season at Council on Aging Potluck Dinner, Fri 12/15

This month’s COA dinner on Friday, December 15, 5:30 p.m. at Town Hall, will be accompanied by the Becket Praise Team once... more ››

Transfer Station Open Regular Hours This Week, 11/22 & 11/25

For those who may have wondered if this week’s holiday might alter the schedule, Michelle Lampro says the Transfer Station will be holding... more ››

Traveler Robbed on Washington Mountain Road

On Tuesday morning, a gentleman stopped to assist what appeared to be a disabled silver Nissan Sentra that was pulled over with the hood up... more ››

Pavement Patching Will Disrupt Traffic on Stonehouse Rd This Week, 11/15-16

This Wednesday & Thursday, Nov. 15 & 16, the Highway crew will be repaving the areas on Stonehouse Rd where the... more ››

Veterans Day Event to Honor Revolutionary Female Veteran This Saturday, 11/11

A special Veterans Day event in honor of Deborah Sampson, America’s first female veteran, will be held on Saturday, November 11, at... more ››

Annual Pumpkin Walk This Friday Evening, 10/27

This year’s John FX Keator Memorial Pumpkin Walk will take place Friday, October 27, beginning at 6:00 p.m... more ››

Special Town Election Results: 10/21/2023

Please click here for the results from the special... more ››

Culvert Replacements Will Close Some Roads This Week and Next, 10/18–24

The Highway crew will be replacing several drainage culverts in town, beginning this Wednesday, 10/18, and continuing... more ››

History Hike Scheduled for Saturday, 10/14

Tom Hoffman of the Washington Historical Commission will be leading a history hike to two quarries in town on Saturday, October 14... more ››

Public Flu & Covid Vaccination Clinic, Oct. 30

This year’s Flu & Covid Vaccination Clinic will be Monday, Oct 30, 5–7:00 p.m. at Washington Town Hall, thanks to the... more ››