Boards & Commissions

  1. Beautification Committee

    The Agawam Beautification Committee is made up of town residents who volunteer their time, energies, and talents to make Agawam a more attractive place to live.

  2. Cable Television Commission

    The Commission shall meet semiannually and evaluate the compliance by the cable company with the provisions of the town's Franchise License Agreement, Massachusetts General Laws and Congressional Cable Communications Policy Acts.

  3. Cemetery

    The amount budgeted here is to satisfy the Town's obligation to maintain the veterans graves and the Town lot in the Springfield Street Cemetery and the Agawam Center Cemetery.

  4. Citizen Stormwater Advisory Task Force

    Citizen Stormwater Advisory Task Force

  5. Commission on Disabilities

    The Commission on Disabilities is established by vote of the City Council to promote the inclusion and integration of persons with disabilities in the activities, services and employment opportunities in the community.

  6. Community Preservation Act Committee (CPAC)

    The Community Preservation Act (CPA) is a tool to help communities preserve open space and historic sites, and create affordable housing and recreational facilities.

  7. Conservation Commission

    The legislature has determined that the regulation of wetlands is essential to the welfare of the Commonwealth citizens because of the important ecological function of these habitats.

  8. Energy Commission

    The Town of Agawam’s Energy Commission is tasked to identify, develop, implement, and manage programs and policies that achieve high levels of energy efficiencies and resource sustainability.

  9. Housing Committee

    The Agawam Housing Committee was established in 2014 by the Agawam City Council to consider the town's housing needs, with particular attention to housing opportunities that are affordable to households of all income levels and abilities.

  10. Liquor License Commission

    View the Liquor License Commission agendas and minutes.

  11. Planning Board

    The Agawam Planning Board is responsible for numerous matters related to community planning, development, and land use.

  12. Zoning Board of Appeals

    On a case-by-base basis, the Board of Appeals has the power to hear and decide on petitions for appeals, special permits, variances and comprehensive permits.