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Town of Marblehead
Abbot Hall
188 Washington Street
Marblehead, MA 01945
781-631-8571 fax

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Marblehead, Massachusetts: 
Where History Comes Alive

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Welcome to the official website of the Town of Marblehead, Massachusetts. A coastal community of 19,808 residents located 18 miles north of Boston, Marblehead is famous for its unsurpassed contributions to the American Revolution and Civil War. Today, its quaint narrow streets and historic 17th and 18th Century buildings mirror Marblehead as it has existed since its founding in 1629.

Additional information on Marblehead's history can be accessed by clicking here.              

Local Announcements 

Links to Bylaws, GIS, Reports and more

Public Meetings:
Calendar postings of Public Meetings
    Agendas for Public Meetings
Minutes of Public Meetings

Community Events Calendar 

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Photos appearing throughout this website are courtesy of Nick Fader, Herb Goldberg, Costas Katsoulis, Robb Kipp, Adrian LaRoque and Bart Snow

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Neighborhood Meeting - Tedesco Street Crosswalk
The neighborhood meeting to discuss the Tedesco Street crosswalk scheduled for tonight, Monday, January 26, 2015 at 7 PM at the Abbot Public Library Conference Room has been cancelled due to the anticipated snow storm. Read on...
Weather Advisory - Council on Aging
Due to the anticipated blizzard the Marblehead COA and all services will be closed on Tuesday, January 27, 2015. This includes activities, transportation and Meals on Wheels.
Weather Advisory - January 26 & 27 - Roads & Trash Collection
Due to the impending blizzard we strongly urge all residents to stay off the roads between 8:00 p.m. Monday evening, 1/26 until the end of the storm. Additionally there will be no trash and recycling collection on Tuesday, 1/27. Read on...