- Boards & Committees
- H Through Z
H Through Z
The Harbor Committee reviews and makes recommendations on issues relating to the waterfront and Plymouth Harbor.
Historic District Commission
The Plymouth Historical Commission is responsible to preserve, protect and document the historic architectural heritage of the Town of Plymouth.
Land Use & Acquisition Committee
The Land Use & Acquisition Committee researches and maintains a current inventory of all properties of interest, with a focus on parcels of significant size and parcels of any size facing the loss of Chapter 61 protection or parcels of value to the Town.
Little Red Schoolhouse Committee
The Little Red Schoolhouse Committee is responsible for the rental functions of the Schoolhouse.
Manomet Village Steering Committee
The Manomet Village Steering Committee assists in the implementation of the Manomet Master Plan and to advocate for the needs of the area.
Natural Resources & Coastal Beaches Committee
The Natural Resources & Coastal Beaches Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the Select Board on matters relating to the Town’s coastal and freshwater wetlands, barrier beaches, coastal plain ponds, and conservation properties that have beaches/waterfront.
No Place for Hate Committee
The No Place for Hate Committee works to assure that the Plymouth community, as well as Town governmental departments and committees are welcoming, civil, collaborative and respectful to everyone.
North Plymouth Steering Committee
The North Plymouth Steering Committee assists in the implementation of the North Plymouth Master Plan and advocates for the needs of the area.
Open Space Committee
The Plymouth Open Space Committee is responsible to advocate for the preservation and maintenance of natural open space for current residents as well as for future generations in order to protect our aquifer, our environment, and the character of the Town.
The Plymouth Planning Board is responsible for the review of land division as well as review of specific development proposals. The Planning Board’s duties are largely identified under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 41, Section 81A, 81B, and subsequent sections, and by the Town’s Zoning By-law.
Plymouth Center Steering Committee
The Plymouth Center Steering Committee assists in the implementation of the Plymouth Center Master Plan and advocates for the needs of the area.
Plymouth Growth & Development Corporation
The Plymouth Growth and Development Corporation (PGDC) focus its resources on the development, management, and operation of on-street, off-street, and structured parking facilities in the Downtown, Waterfront and North Plymouth areas.
Plymouth Housing Authority
The Plymouth Housing Authority operates, maintains, promotes, and provides quality affordable, and safe housing to eligible persons in the community with a demonstrated need.
The Plymouth Retirement Board, which has the sole authority and responsibility for investing the funds and administering the benefits of the Plymouth Retirement System, is a separate and distinct entity from the Town of Plymouth.
Roads Advisory Committee
The Roads Advisory Committee is responsible to review and make recommendations to the Select Board concerning a variety of road-related issues.
The Select Board represents the executive branch of Plymouth's Town Government.
Visitor Services Board
The Visitor Services Board (VSB) of Plymouth, Massachusetts serves as an advisory board to the Town Manager and the Select Board.
Water Conservation Committee
The Water Conservation Committee works to advocate promote, educate, and bring awareness on the importance of water conservation.
West Plymouth Steering Committee
The West Plymouth Steering Committee assists in the implementation of the West Plymouth Master Plan and advocates for the needs of the area.
White Horse Beach Parking Committee
The Town of Plymouth recognizes the requests of WHB residents to assist in adequately controlling parking in the WHB area, particularly in the summer months.
Zoning Board of Appeals
The Zoning By-laws provide for certain building requirements, and it is the role of the Board of Appeals to determine whether relief from these regulations is warranted in certain situations.