Read over information regarding the Town Accountant of Deerfield.
Deerfield's administrative offices can assist with public procurement, records management, problem-solving, and is the first point of contact for the town's businesses and residents, as well as visitors to Deerfield.
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 59, Section 2, states that "all property, real and personal, situated within the commonwealth, and all personal property of the inhabitants of the commonwealth wherever situated, unless expressly exempt, shall be subject to taxation..."
Board of Health
Learn about the members, responsibilities, and more of the Board of Health
Gain information regarding the Cemetery Department.
Collector / Treasurer
Browse information regarding the Collector / Treasurer.
Learn about the Highway Department.
Peruse information regarding the Department of Inspection Services such Fee Schedules, Mass Building Code, and more.
Tilton Library was established in 1915 with funds bequeathed by Chauncey B. Tilton, a local grocer, and by municipal and private contributions. In the late twentieth century, Tilton Library merged with Old Deerfield's Dickinson Library to become the town of Deerfield's public library.
Browse information from the Police Department of Deerfield.
Public Health Nurse
The last clinic day for Cooperative Public Health Nurses Lisa White and Meg Ryan with the Town of Deerfield is June 29. We hope to see you at the Town Hall on Wednesdays between now and then.
The Deerfield Recreation Committee was created in 1998 with the mission to continue the pursuit of expanding recreational facilities and lands, as well as expanding the recreational programs to the residents of the Town of Deerfield.
The school district is located within twenty miles of six colleges and universities including Mt. Holyoke College, Smith College, Amherst College, Hampshire College and the University of Massachusetts as well as Greenfield Community College. The fine arts facilities of these colleges afford excellent opportunities for a variety of educational and cultural experiences.
South County Emergency Medical Services
Discover information regarding the South County Emergency Medical Services.
South County Senior Center
Explore information on the South County Senior Center.
Learn how to register to vote or check your voter status.
The Transfer Station is for Deerfield residents only. No businesses are allowed
Find information about the Tree Warden.
To advocate for veterans, their spouses, dependants, widows or widowers for Veterans' Benefits on the Local, State and Federal levels.
The Town of Deerfield owns and operates two wastewater treatments plants which serve each of the Town's two villages, South Deerfield and Old Deerfield. The facilities are regulated by both MADEP and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and operate under discharge permits jointly issued by these agencies.