The Town Administrator and other staff in the Board of Selectmen's Office serve as the Town's Central Administration Office.
The Town Clerk's office is responsible for all federal, state and local elections. It maintains, as well, all Official Town Meeting votes and records. Vital records of births, marriages and deaths are recorded in this office.
The Accounting office provides accounting and financial reporting services to all Town departments, Boards, Commissions, and external financial reporting required by the Department of Revenue and the Division of Local Services in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws.
The Animal Control Officer is a member of the Milton Police force and works with the non-profit all-volunteer Milton Animal League in operating the shelter at 181 Governor Stoughton Lane. See the shelter website at www.miltonanimalleague.org
Consolidated Facilities is responsible for the oversight and maintenance of all school and municipal buildings and school grounds.
The official Web site of the Milton Council on Aging
This Department is responsible for maintenance and development of the Town's infrastructure including solid waste and recycling, water and sewer, trees, roads and sidewalks and drainage systems.
The protection of life, property, and the environment through response, prevention, education and mitigation.
Our mission is to achieve the highest level of wellness for all Milton residents by adopting reasonable health regulations, by providing preventative health programming and by preparing and planning for public health emergencies.
Information Technology is the department within the town hall that handles all computer related maintenance.
Plumbing & Gas Inspections
The Milton Public Library is your source for reading, information and cultural resources and activities.
The Milton Park and Recreation Department
The Personnel Board administers the provisions of Chapter 13 of the General Bylaws and determines all questions arising thereunder.
Overview of the Planning Office
Milton Police Deptartment.
The official web page for the Milton Public School System
The office of Retirement is responsible for serving the active and retired employees of the Town
The office of the Treasurer/Collector is responsible for the receipt, investment and disbursement of all Town funds, billing and collection of all taxes, and issuance of municipal lien certificates.
The authority of the Office of Veteran's Servies exists under the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 115.