Braintree Town Council 1 John F Kennedy Memorial Dr, Braintree, MA02184 The council is Braintree's legislative government branch and is made up of nine councilors. Three of those are at-large…More and the other six are by district. All members are elected every two years. Responsibilities of the Town Council include passing ordinances and voting on mayoral budget decisions. Meetings typically take place on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm at Town Hall in the Horace T. Cahill Auditorium.
Town Hall, located right off Washington St. next to French's Common Park and across from the public library, houses a…More number of government offices, including the Town Council, various boards and the mayor's office. The building itself is stately and historic, with a large auditorium for meetings, and is filled with 18th and 19th century artwork.
Services at Town Hall include the assessor's office, town treasurer, license commissioners, town solictor, town clerk, veteran's department, and the zoning and registrars' boards.
Braintree Council On Aging 71 Cleveland Ave, Braintree, MA02184 The Braintree Council On Aging is part of the Town of Braintree Department of Elder Affairs. The council influences…More public policy regarding elder care and promotes community activities and recreation for senior citizens. Resources are also provided to older community members such as transportation services and companion programs.
Knights of Columbus 875 Washington St, Braintree, MA02184 On a busy stretch of Washington Street just south of Town Hall, the local Knights of Columbus hall is come to Braintree…More Council No. 1462. The Catholic group was founded in 1882 and is a non-profit focused on helping those in need. Individual branches, like this one in Braintree, are overseen by a Supreme Council. The hall is available for a range of special occasions. Call for more information.