Town Meetings & Elections
Town meeting and election information including warrants, budgets, sample ballots, candidate position papers and election results and well as extensive guides to town meetings and Plympton's governmental structure.
Board of Assessors
The Assessors are is required by Massachusetts law to list and value all real and personal property.
Board of Selectmen
Pay all Town bills, grant licenses and permits, make appointments to town committees, departments, commissions and boards; prepare the Town Meeting warrant, compile and distribute the Annual Town Report, sign election warrants, and work with Town Counsel.
The Finance Committee's prime responsibility is to make recommendations on all financial matters, including the budget, to Town Meeting.
The Moderator conducts Town Meetings in an efficient, orderly fashion in accordance with the "Town Meeting Times", the current guide for these events.
Treasurer / Collector
The treasurer's office is responsible for the day to day financial aspects of the town.
The Accountant is responsible for examining bills and receipts, Town payroll, the Town Warrant, and for answering questions and providing input regarding town finances for various Town boards and committees.
The Town Clerk serves as Chief Election Official, Recording Officer, Registrar of Vital Statistics, Public Records Officer, Licensing Officer and Public Information Officer.
Wage & Personnel Board
The Wage & Personnel Board establishes and manages job classification and compensation plans for positions in the Town of Plympton, other than those filled by election or under direct control of the School Committee.