The 2015 Annual Town Meeting Warrant Opened on November 20, 2014. It will close January 16, 2015. If you have any questions, please contact the Board of Selectmen’s Office.
The Dover Town Report Committee invites photography enthusiasts to submit their work for publication consideration in the upcoming Dover Town Report. We seek photographs that showcase Dover and it’s citizens through themes such as nature, wildlife, architectural highlights, sports events, everyday town scenes or events that include Dover Days, summer concerts, races, Memorial Day, etc. Photographs can be contemporary or archival, in black and white or color, and in print or electronic formats. Multiple submissions are welcome and the submitter must own the material, or know who does. Non-residents are also welcome to submit their work. Please submit photos by December 31, 2014. Images must be larger than 1 MB and can be submitted by email (DoverTownPics@gmail.com) or mail prints to Dee Douglas, 2 Francis Street, Dover, MA 02030. Include your name, contact information, image captions, and if you need them returned, a stamped envelope to return prints or CD. We look forward to reviewing your photos and will notify you if your work is selected.
In accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, the Fiscal 2015 Assessed Values on all properties in Dover have been adjusted to full and fair market value as of January 1, 2014 and are pending preliminary certification by the Department of Revenue, Division of Local Assessment. Property owners may determine their new proposed valuation by visiting the Dover Town Library or the Assessing Department at the Dover Town House beginning Friday, November 14, 2014 during regular business hours. Proposed assessments:
Anyone with questions or concerns should contact the Assessor’s Office by telephone at 508-785-0032, ext. 223.
-Dover Board of Assessors
All information related to the Ch. 61A property located at 46 Springdale Avenue can be found here.
In order to help reduce the risk of tick-borne diseases and ensure a healthy deer population, bow hunting is permitted on some Dover townlands by hunters authorized by the Dover Board of Health and registered with the Dover Police Department. This is the 5th year in which the Dover Deer Management Plan in implemented. Hunting takes place primarily from tree stands located well away from marked trails. The public is advised to stay on designated trails.