Boards & Commissions

  1. Conservation Commission

    The Attleboro Conservation Commission is composed of 7 volunteer members, appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Municipal Council.

  2. Council On Aging Board

    View member and mission information for the Council on Aging Board.

  3. Council on Human Rights

    The Attleboro Council on Human Rights, under the supervision and control of the mayor, works to promote mutual respect and understanding among individuals and groups in the city by improving the quality of public discourse and eliminating unlawful discrimination.

  4. Cultural Council

    Learn about the Cultural Council in Attleboro.

  5. Election Commission

    View information about the election commission, including a listing of members.

  6. Historical Commission

    The Attleboro Historical Commission is responsible for identifying, evaluating, preserving and protecting the city's places and assets of historic importance.

  7. Liquor Licensing Board

    All licenses involving the sale of alcoholic beverages need to be approved by the City of Attleboro Licensing Board.

  8. Planning Board

    The Attleboro Planning Board is composed of 9 volunteer members who are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Municipal Council.

  9. Recreation Commission

    The Recreation Department is fortunate to work with a very active and involved volunteer Recreation Commission comprised of six city residents appointed by the Mayor.

  10. Retirement Board

    The Attleboro Contributory Retirement System is one of 106 public employee contributory retirement systems in Massachusetts.

  11. Youth Commission

    The Attleboro Youth Commission invites City youth to actively participate in our local government to ensure that young people have a role and a voice in the policy and budget decisions which impact their lives.

  12. Zoning Board of Appeals

    The Zoning Board of Appeals was established to administer the zoning ordinance and to make decisions required by the zoning ordinance and the state zoning act in regard to special permits, variances, and appeals from the ruling of the Building Commissioner.