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Sixth Annual Milford Beautification Day Scheduled for Saturday, April 24

All Milford Residents and Groups Invited to Volunteer to Help Clean Our Community

Citizens for Milford is organizing the Sixth Annual Milford Beautification Day, Milford’s annual clean-up event, which enables area residents, organizations, and businesses to work together to beautify our community by picking up trash around town. Milford Beautification Day will be held Saturday, April 24th (rain or shine) from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. All interested citizens are invited to meet with organizers anytime between those hours in the municipal parking lot across from Sacred Heart Church (5 East Main Street) to get supplies, instructions, and assignments.

Families, community groups, churches, local businesses, and teenagers who need to perform service hours are all invited to participate. Younger children are encouraged to attend as long as they are accompanied by a supervising adult. 

Beautification Day Chairperson Amie Sanborn says, “I hope that many people, young and old, join us to clean up the streets of Milford on April 24. It is a great way to meet others from the community who take pride in their town.”  We will once again be joined by the Friends of the Milford Upper Charles Trail and volunteers from the Milford Federal Bank.

Trash bags, gloves, and water will be provided to all clean-up volunteers. The clean-up supplies are being donated by E.L.Harvey & Sons.  We ask that masks be worn and social distancing guidelines be followed.

Questions regarding any of the Beautification Day efforts may be submitted by email to

The Citizens for Milford are sincerely grateful for the assistance and donations provided by the Milford Board of Health, the Milford Highway Department, and E.L. Harvey & Sons.

The pandemic prevented us from hosting Beautification Day in 2020, but we hope to have many enthusiastic volunteers this year! Pictured here are youth volunteers from our 2019 Beautification Day.

THANK YOU Candidates, Voters, and Milford TV

Citizens for Milford would like once again to thank Milford TV and Town Crier Publications for partnering with us for another successful  series of CANDIDATE FORUMS! We also wish to acknowledge the Milford Democratic Town Committee and the Milford Republican Town Committee for their assistance in publicizing each of the nights!

Most of all, we would like to thank each of the candidates not only for their participation, but also for their desire to become more involved in our community! WE WISH YOU ALL THE BEST OF LUCK ON APRIL 6th!

WATCH the Forum Videos
Milford TV has published the forum videos here. We encourage all of Milford’s voters to watch each of the videos to meet the candidates and hear what they have to say about their ideas for our community.

Did We Miss Your Questions?
Dozens of Milford voters sent in questions for us to pose to all of the candidates, and we apologize that we were not able to include every single question. If we missed yours, we invite you to contact each of the candidates directly. You can find contact information on our 2021 Milford Candidates page.

Vote by MAIL NOW!
Get your application to vote by mail FOR ANY REASON NOW by downloading and printing it. You can also call the Town Clerk’s office at (508) 634-2307 to ask for an application to be mailed to you.

Because Town Hall is closed to the public, you can return your application by one of four ways:

  • Mail it to Town Hall, 52 Main Street, Milford, MA 01757
  • Fax it to (508) 634-2324
  • Email it to
  • Drop it off at the drop box at Town Hall

A ballot will be mailed to you as soon as the Town Clerk receives your signed application.

Vote in Person on Election Day, April 6
The polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The polling locations are:

  • Precincts 1 & 6: Milford Senior Center, 60 North Bow Street
  • Precincts 2 & 3: Italian American Veterans Hall, 4 Hayward Field
  • Precincts 4, 5, 7, & 8: Portuguese Club, 119 Prospect Heights