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We regret to announce that our very popular compost program will have to be suspended immediately, as of today, August 3rd, 2021, and indefinitely, due to an issue with our vendor. We will provide updates as soon as we have any, and do apologize for the inconvenience.

If you are interested in composting at home, please visit the Franklin County Solid Waste Management District, of which we are a member, to find out how to purchase a discounted compost bin.

Conway Needs EMTs!

If you’ve ever thought of serving the Town, now’s the time! Training is free if you work for the Town for one year after you’re certified. We’re operating with a small crew, and the burden needs to be shared. So please, ask Gemma for details at, and thank you!

Town Field Use Policy and Reservation Form Are Now Available

Conway Town Fields, including the tennis court, basketball courts, and soccer and baseball fields, are available for public use in accordance with the newly-adopted Conway Field Use Policy. There are two ways to reserve one of these spaces: click here to print the reservation form (Conway Field Use Policy and Form ) and return the completed form to Lisa Turowsky, Assistant to the Town Administrator, at the Town Office; OR, from this website’s home page, go to Field Use/Field Use Reservation Form and follow the instructions for submitting your request online. Problems or questions with the form should be directed to Lisa Turowsky.


Your Electricity – Plan to Buy Together in Bulk

Conway Officials Have Released the Town’s Community Choice Power Supply Program Aggregation Plan

The Town of Conway developed the Aggregation Plan in compliance with Massachusetts law regarding public aggregation of electric consumers. It contains required information on the structure, operations, services, funding, and policies of the Town’s Plan. The Plan has been developed in consultation with the Town’s aggregation implementation consultant, Colonial Power Group, Inc. (CPG) and the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER).

The purpose of this Plan is to represent consumer interests in competitive markets for electricity. It seeks to aggregate consumers in the Town to negotiate rates for power supply. It brings together the buying power of more than 1,800 consumers. Furthermore, the Town seeks to take greater control of its energy options, including enhancing the ability to pursue price stability, savings opportunities and the amount of renewable energy procured. However, savings cannot be guaranteed. Participation is voluntary for each eligible consumer. Eligible consumers have the opportunity to decline service provided through the Plan and to choose any Competitive Supplier they wish. The Town has distributed this Plan for public review prior to submitting it to the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU).

Public Review and Comment Period

The public review and comment period for the Town of Conway’s Aggregation Plan has ended.

Click here to read the Town of Conway’s Aggregation Plan. An original hardcopy of the Plan is also available at the Town Clerk’s office.

Annual Transfer Station Stickers Now Available

In August, residents using the transfer station will be required to purchase a dated and numbered sticker for their vehicle.  Stickers will change annually, following the fiscal year, and will cost $10 each.  They will be available at the Transfer Station – residents may be required to provide the attendant with proof of residence.   Stickers will also be available from the Town Clerk’s office either in person (Tue., Thur., and Fri. a.m. 9-12) or by mail with SASE (P. O. Box 240, Conway, MA   01341).

This return to Annual Transfer Station Stickers is our first step in an effort to reduce trash totals, as it has come to our attention that the high trash total in Conway is due, in part, to trash coming in from a significant number of individuals who no longer live in Conway, but still have their town stickers and visit to use our Residents-Only “free” trash disposal.   Residents who have lived in Conway for 30 years or more may recognize the return to matching dated stickers with actual households.

For the moment, Pay-As-You-Throw will be waiting in the wings. Meanwhile, let’s see if we can boost our recycling totals.