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December 2015 -Stoughton has been designated a Green Community through the Massachusetts Green Communities Grant Program!

October 21, 2015- After five years of perseverance, the SESC has applied for the Massachusetts Green Communities Grant Program! The next step is to wait to hear from the State about a designation decision. What does this mean for Stoughton? If designated a Green Community, Stoughton will be awarded an amount of funds based on the population size, which we expect to be between $150-200K. These funds are used towards energy conservation projects in Stoughton. Many recommendations for these projects have been included in the Energy Reduction Plan that was written after The town was audited by several vendors. Designations will be announced later this year. Stay tuned, Stoughton!

October 30, 2014- The Stoughton Energy & Sustainability Committee (A Board appointed Committee) is recruiting. We are looking for residents who are able to commit to attending our meetings on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month. If you have an interest in sustainability in Stoughton, as well as a passion for making a positive difference in our Town, we invite you to attend our regularly scheduled meetings at Town Hall. Next meeting is Wednesday November 5, 2014. 7:00pm (Room to be posted)

June 16, 2014- Annual Town Meeting Update: The Stoughton Town Meeting Reps voted IN FAVOR of both Articles pertaining to the Green Communities Grant Program Criteria # 1 & 5. Learn more about the program and our efforts towards applying to become a Green Community here.

February 19, 2013:  The Board of Selectman vote in favor of moving forward with the Local Energy Action Plan defined by the SESC and the MAPC. Learn about it here:

August 2, 2012: Look for the new, updated, Disposal of Household Waste Guidelines in your Town of Stoughton Water Bill this week. The SESC in collaboration with the Stoughton DPW, has revised and updated the Stoughton Rubbish and Recyclables Collection Guidelines. The new guidelines will assist you with basic questions pertaining to rubbish and recycling pick up. Contact the DPW or email us here:
Click here to see the updated guidelines and download a copy.

February 6, 2012: The Town of Stoughton was selected by MAPC for the Local Energy Action Program (LEAP) to help strategize for renewable energy & energy efficiency work.  To learn more, read the MAPC Press Release here.

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