The Newbury Town Office is now open for business during normal hours. To minimize foot traffic in the town office, we strongly encourage residents to continue to use our online tools and to mail in vehicle or boat registrations and tax bills.
Please be considerate of social distancing and we recommend wearing a mask.
Below is information on contacting town departments. Town employees will answer the phones, email or fax and respond to you as soon as possible. For Information on coronavirus please call 211.
On-line payment options are available on the Newbury Town Clerk's webage.
Transfer Station Permits may be obtained by emailing a copy of your auto registration or tax bill showing a Newbury address to the Newbury Town Clerk. The permit will be mailed to you.
Fire Rescue Department
New Burn Permits and all Category III Permits contact Forest Fire Warden, Dave Smith at 938-5925.
Land Use Coordinator [email protected], Ext 201
Code Enforcement Officer: [email protected] Ext 203
Finance Director:[email protected] Ext 200
Important Information Regarding Town Properties
We ask that you are aware of the guidelines that should be followed at this time and understand that social distancing is still in place. Please keep in mind that we are looking at the best interest of keeping everyone healthy and safe during these times.
Please continue to follow the CDC guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the use of ALL town property/facilities, this includes Newbury Harbor, Blodgett’s, Velie Playground, and Fishersfield Park the following restrictions will apply and use will be at your own risk.
FOLLOWING THESE RULES
Social distancing is Required
Be Considerate of Others Following Social Distancing
Maintain 6 Feet of Separation
Do Not Gather in Groups Outside Your Immediate Family
Face Masks are Encouraged when Walking to and from Your Vehicle
The Town of Newbury greatly appreciates everyone’s patience and cooperation in helping slow the spread of COVID-19.