- Boards & Committees
- A Through E
A Through E
1749 Courthouse Committee
The 1749 Courthouse Committee oversees the operation of the 1749 Court House Museum.
400th Anniversary Commemoration Committee
The 400th Anniversary Commemoration Committtee oversaw the Plymouth 400th Anniversary Commemoration that occurred in 2020. The committee currently oversees the legacy projects to commemorate the anniversary.
Advisory & Finance Committee
The Advisory & Finance Committee is part of the legislative branch of Town government and makes recommendations on all warrant articles presented to Town Meeting, are reviews, and recommends revisions to the Town's annual budget.
Affordable Housing Trust
The Affordable Housing Trust assists in identifying housing needs and housing opportunities for all income levels, while at the same time preserving our Town's character and resources.
The Agricultural Commission oversees the administration of the Town's Right to Farm Preservation By-law, whilst encouraging the continued pursuit of agriculture in Plymouth.
The Airport Commission is responsible for providing expertise and recommendations for the Plymouth Municipal Airport.
Board of Assessors
The Board of Assessors is responsible for estimating the fair market value of all real property in the Town.
The Building Committee meets with Town departments to determine the need for additions or renovations to any existing buildings or facilities, for the construction of new buildings or facilities or for the demolition or disposal of existing buildings.
Board of Health
The Board of Health is responsible for the promotion and protection of public health. This is done through education and enforcement of environmental, public, medical and mental health laws and regulations.
Board of Registrars
The Board of Registars of Voters is responsible for registering voters, making local listings of residents, certifying nomination papers and petitions, processing absent voter applications, and administering election recounts.
Cable Advisory Committee
The Cable Advisory Committee is responsible for reviewing complaints, suggestions and issues raised relative to the cable system, the licensee and the services provided, and to make recommendations to the Select Board on such matters.
Capital Improvements Committee
The Capital Improvements Committees assists the Town Manager and Finance Director in preparing annually a five-year Capital Improvements Program.
Cedarville Steering Committee
The Cedarville Steering Committee assists in the implementation of the Cedarville Master Plan and to advocate for the needs of the area.
Center for Active Living
The Plymouth Center for Active Living, formerly the Council on Aging is a department of the Town of Plymouth supported by local, state and federal funds.
Charter Review Committee
Per Ch. 7 Sec 6 of the Town Charter At least once every 5 years, a Charter Review Committee shall review the Charter and make a report, with recommendations, to the Town Meeting concerning any proposed amendments which the Committee may determine to be necessary or desirable.
Find more information on the Charter Commission.
Climate Action Net Zero (CANZ) Committee
The Climate Action Net Zero (CANZ) Committee advocates for equitable climate adaptation actions and greenhouse gas emission reduction strategies in sectors such as municipal, commercial, and residential buildings, transportation, energy systems, and land use.
Community Preservation Committee
The Community Preservation Committee is charged with studying the needs, possibilities, and resources of the Town regarding community preservation and with making recommendations to Town Meeting regarding the appropriation of Community Preservation Act (CPA) funds.
The Conservation Commission is responsible for the protection and management of natural resources and administration of the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act, including the Rivers Protection Act.
The Plymouth Cultural Council thoroughly reviews and funds projects, services and events in the arts, humanities and interpretive sciences for public benefit.
The Plymouth Commission on Disabilities serves as a resource to the Town of Plymouth community to address accessibility, equal rights, and other issues of concern to people with disabilities.
Distinguished Visitors Committee
The Distinguished Visitors Committee is Plymouth’s sister city relationships and visits from official delegations.
Elderly & Disabled Tax Fund Committee
The Elderly and Disabled Tax Fund Committee is responsible for implementing, determining eligibility, and maintaining the overall Elderly Disabled Tax Fund.
The Energy Committee’s mission is to encourage and facilitate energy conservation, energy efficient practices, and the use of sustainability in the Town, including public buildings, properties and residential homes.