Note: The surveys on this page are geared to solicit feedback from the community for the purpose of guidance of Officials in the direction in which they gear policy, drafting of laws, and/or outside agencies. These surveys do not bind the Town nor do they act in place of an official Town Ballot Vote or Town Meeting Approval.
Questions/Concerns/Comments: Please contact us at [email protected]
Master Plan Economic Development Survey (Results coming soon)
In 2017, the Town received assistance through MRPC to begin the work for the Economic Development portion of the Master Plan revisions. The Ashburnham Economic Development Commission (AEDC) has continued over the past year to work on a survey that will be available beginning on September 1st. The survey collects some demographic information and then brings those surveyed through a set of questions relative to the Town as whole along with questions relative to the Town's economic future. The survey will remain open at least until the end of September.
Closed: October 31, 2018
Ashburnham Family Fun Walk - Feedback Results
On Sundy the 9th of September, the Town of Ashburnham held its first Ashburnham Family Fun Walk at Bush Hill with approximately 40 attendees. The Walk was made possible by the Masschusetts Council on Aging (MCOA) grant, Parks & Recreation Committee, Cushing Academy, Expressive Print, COA director Jan Robbins, Exectutive Assistant to the Town Administrator Mary Calandrella, Steven's Memorial Public Library, Selectboard member Rosemarie Messiner, Garry Sagger, ACT, Historical Society, Peter Timms and the Ashburnham Boy Scouts. Let us know how we did, and if we should do this again next year!
Closed: September 30, 2018
Non-Rider Opinion Survey on Behalf of MART (Outside Agency)
The Montachusett Regional Planning Commission (MRPC) on behalf of the Montachusett Regional Transit Authority (MART) is conducting a survey of Non-Riders to improve and maintain bus service in the Region. Please assist us by completing the survey. No signature or personal identification is necessary. Your input is important to the continued success of MART.
Deadline: Tuesday, September 18th
Planning Board Marijuana Survey Results
Planning Board solicited responses from Town Resident's relative to recreational marijuana use in Town. This survey was available until August 15, 2018 and is now closed. Click on the link above to review the results.