The ADA provides a comprehensive national mandate for the elimination of discrimination against individuals with disabilities in employment, transportation public accommodations, state and municipal government activities and telecommunications.
Find the rules of owning a dog in Ipswich and the fines for not following those rules.
The Assessor’s Office is responsible for valuing all real and personal property within the Town of Ipswich for tax purposes.
The Building Department implements and enforces the Massachusetts state building, plumbing, gas and electrical code as well as the Ipswich Protective Zoning Bylaw.
Locate specific information about the cemetery and parks that are located in the Town of Ipswich.
Find out about conservation in the Town of Ipswich.
Our mission is to advocate for Ipswich senior citizens and to design, implement and promote programs and services that support their independence, health and well-being.
View information on the municipal electric plant, its facilities, and energy programs online.
The Ipswich Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) provides planning, training, exercises, and educational outreach programs related to disasters to assist communities dealing with a local emergency or disaster.
The Facilities Department is dedicated to the repair and maintenance of the physical plant of the Town Municipal buildings and the Ipswich Public Schools in order to provide a comfortable, safe and pleasant environment for the staff, students and visitors.
The Finance Director is the chief financial advisor to the Town Manager.
Find fire safety tips, listen to Ipswich Fire Live Feed, Find contact information for the Fire Department employees.
The Ipswich Police Harbor Division is responsible for promoting safe boating through education and the presence of law enforcement officers on our patrol boat and jet ski.
We help people with affordable housing - help find it, make it affordable, get it built, repair it, and keep it affordable for years to come.
The Town of Ipswich Human Resources is responsible for the well-being of the careers of the town employees.
The Information Technology Department provides expert advice and support to meet the IT needs of town departments.
The Ipswich Public Library has books, E-books, audiobooks, DVDs, CDs, and more for rental.
Children learn and grow while attending Ipswich Public Schools.
Protecting the natural beauty of Ipswich's unique treasures from potential development on critical open space properties has been a priority for residents, and in 1994 the Open Space Committee was established to guide that commitment.
The Department of Planning and Development guides the development and conservation of land in Ipswich via the regulatory process, the preparation and implementation of long-range plans, and by providing support and guidance to numerous boards and commissions.
The Police Department's main function is to protect and serve the citizens and visitors of Ipswich.
The Health Department is responsible for permitting and inspecting entities that provide goods and services to the public.
It is our mission to plan, build, operate, maintain and support transportation, parks and cemeteries to sustain natural systems essential to a safe and comfortable life and afterlife in Ipswich.
The Purchasing Department handles bids within the Town of Ipswich.
Find community events, registration forms and contact information.
Review our clam map of all the flats, the shellfish clam bed guide, the rules and regulations, and attend one of our regional meetings to discuss the green crab situation.
The Town Clerk’s Office goal is to provide the highest level of professional service with all of the clerks responsibilities.
Contact the Town Manger with your questions or concerns. Find capital plans, quiet zones, manuals, and other reports.
The Treasurer / Collector Department is responsible for collecting taxes, accepting passport applications, town funds investments, and more.
Visit the Eastern Essex District Department of Veterans Services website for information about financial benefits, education benefits, employment and training, housing, healthcare, awards and honors, and more.
The Ipswich Wastewater Department is responsible for the collection, conveyance and treatment of the wastewater generated by its 2,000 customers.
The Ipswich Water Department was created in 1894.
Coordinating all aspects of petition related activities pursuant to the Protective Zoning Bylaw and the Zoning Act.