Town Manager

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The Town Manager's Office is responsible for handling the day-to-day administrative affairs of the Town and for implementing the policies set forth by the Board of Selectmen. The Town Manager is appointed by the Board of Selectmen and is responsible for the administration and supervision of all town departments and appointed personnel under its control. The Town Manager is also charged with annually preparing the Town operating budget and capital improvement budget for all non-School Departments and accounts. Additionally, the Town Manager serves as the chief procurement officer responsible for the purchase of all supplies, materials, equipment and services for the Town.

  1. Annual Town Meeting 2020
  2. Sandwich Online Meeting Declaration

image of town hall and waterAnnual Town Meeting June 15th, 2020 

The Annual Town Meeting Planned for May 4, 2020 is now scheduled for Monday, June 15, 2020 

Please see our Sandwich Online Meeting Declaration in the tab on this page. 

Please visit our Town Meeting page for meeting details including venue protocol and warrant information.

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    Town of Sandwich Guided Zoning Portal

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    Watch this Public Service Video to learn more about what to expect when you visit our library this summer. Please be respectful, wear a mask and use your time efficiently to allow others to access our resources. We look forward to your visit! Read on...
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    2020 Beach Season: Bathing Beaches and Pond Water Quality Information

    The Sandwich Health Department is advising the community that weekly testing of the salt and freshwater bathing beaches has been occurring and that the bathing beaches are well below maximum contaminant levels for E. Coli and Enterococcus. All beaches Read on...