The role of the Department of Assessors is to value all Real and Personal property subject to tax in the town of Hudson. The
goal of the department is to value all property at its full, fair, cash value.
WHAT'S ON THE WEB! Abatement forms, Exemption information, Tax Rates, Real Estate Tax, Assessment Information, Glossary of Assessment Terms, Geographical Information Systems (GIS) maps.
The mission of the Hudson BOH is to promote the health of the people through the prevention and control of disease and injury. We are assuring the quality of our food, checking the safety of homes and protecting the environment from damage and pollution.
The mission of the Building Department is to ensure the safe minimum levels of building construction through administration and enforcement of the various State Codes. An equally important role is the enforcement of our zoning and conservation by-laws which serve as a means of planned orderly development and maintenancece of the character of the community.
The Department of Community Development concerns itself with four "core" planning elements: Housing, Economic Development, Transportation and related infrastructure needs, and Open Space / Natural Resource Protection.
The Executive Assistant is the Chief Fiscal Officer and Chief Administrative Officer for the Town and as such is responsible for the management and coordination of most town departments, officials, boards and commissions.
The Finance Department is comprised of the offices of Accounting, Assessing, Treasurer and Tax Collector.
Preserves life, property and environment within the community due to fire, medical emergency, and other hazardous conditions, through public education, code management and emergency response.
The Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer based system used for the creation and maintenance of the town's geographic data. The data is used for the analysis and mapping of the town's physical attributes. Maps of the available data can be created and made available for use by various departments, boards and committees.
Whats on the web: Assessor Maps, Voting Precincts, Town Street maps, Historic Districts etc.
Installs, maintains and upgrades computer systems including hardware and software, technical support for many Town departments' computer and network needs, ensures safety of Town data, maintains the Town's network both local and the town-wide, liaison to various technical vendors including the Town's internet service provider, telco, computer and peripheral manufacturers.
To assemble, preserve, and administer information in a variety of formats; to serve the educational and recreational needs of the community; to promote and stimulate the communication of ideas, foster enlightened citizenship, and enrich personal lives and to encourage and provide all citizens the opportunity and resources for lifelong learning.
The Hudson Light and Power Department services all of Hudson and Stow and parts of surrounding communities, providing reliable, efficient and cost effective power.
"To Protect and to Serve" The mission of the Hudson Police Department is to work harmoniously with all citizens of the community to create a safe and secure environment with emphasis on racial equality, fairness, integrity and professionalism.
The Department of Public Works is responsible for providing the citizens of Hudson with an extensive variety of services on a daily basis. These services are spread amongst five separate divisions: Public Administration; Parks/Cemeteries/Forestry; Streets; Water, and Sewer.
Provides year-round recreational activities for all ages, preschool through adult.
Our goal is to promote the intellectual, ethical and social development of students through a challenging instructional program and a caring classroom and school environment.
The Selectmen are the Chief Elected Officials of the Town of Hudson. As the senior elected board, the Selectmen are the primary policy makers for the town.
Our mission is to assess the needs of our senior citizens by: designing and creating programs, advocating for, educating of, and enlisting support from federal, state, town, public and private organizations and individuals to meet those established needs.
The Treasurer/ Collectors Office is primarily responsible for the Collection of all taxes, management and investment of Town funds, and disbursement of all payroll and accounts payable checks
The Town Clerk is the official record keeper for the Town of Hudson. The Town Clerk’s Office also handles town census, voter registration, elections and issues a number of licenses and certificates.
Provides services and benefits to veterans.