Useful Links for Residents
Whether you recently moved to Ware or have been here for years, your local government is here to help!
Below are some useful resources and tips for residents who live in Town.
Town and Government
The Town has several boards and municipal workers who are working for your best interests.
Click the link above to learn more about Ware's local government officials.
Parks & Recreation
The Parks and Rec Commission is responsible the various parks and fields throughout the Town.
To find out more about the Commission, click the link above.
Schools Nationally Ranked
The Ware Public Schools are nationally ranked.
Check out the statistics by clicking the link above.
Public Health and Safety
The Ware Health Department has several resources available to Town residents.
If you are curious about the Board of Health and what resources are available, click here.
Other resources are available below as well:
Domestic Violence Services
Burning Information & Permits
The council on aging is responsible for the elderly population within the Town of Ware.
They seek to improve the quality of life for seniors while hosting local in-person events.
Click the link above to learn more.
Taxes & Financial
If you ever have any questions pertaining to taxes and municipal finance, feel free to reach out.
Click the link above to learn more about municipal finance and taxes in Town.
Local Rapid Response Program
Funded by the state, the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission has been working with the Town to understand how the Town has been impacted by Covid and make plans to help the Town recover.
Housing Rehab Program
Community Development Block Grant funded program to assist low to moderate income homeowners in making necessary repairs to their homes. If you need to make improvements to eliminate building code violations, eliminate unsafe or unhealthy conditions, improve weatherization or undertake other necessary improvements to improve the quality of your living conditions.
Ware Regional Recovery Center
Spearheaded by the Quaboag Hills Substance Use Alliance and using a peer-driven community approach: Learn more about the ongoing project by clicking the link above. WRRC Planning meetings occur the 1st Wednesday of the month 9:30-11:30am. The Ware Regional Recovery Center (WRRC) is committed to being a safe and welcoming space to cultivate recovery, support families and bring together the growing recovery community in the region.