Upcoming Meetings

  1. Select Board MeetingMon, Jul 23 07:00 pm
  2. Open Space Committee MeetingMon, Jul 23 07:00 pm
  3. Finance Committee MeetingMon, Jul 23 07:00 pm


Shelburne Officials Have Released the Town’s Community Choice Power Supply Program Aggregation Plan

The Town of Shelburne developed the Aggregation Plan in compliance with Massachusetts law regarding public aggregation of electric consumers. It contains required information on the structure, operations, services, funding, and policies of the Town’s Plan. The Plan has been developed in consultation with the Town’s aggregation implementation consultant, Colonial Power Group, Inc. (CPG) and the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER).

The purpose of this Plan is to represent consumer interests in competitive markets for electricity. It seeks to aggregate consumers in the Town to negotiate rates for power supply. It brings together the buying power of more than 1,800 consumers. Furthermore, the Town seeks to take greater control of its energy options, including enhancing the ability to pursue price stability, savings opportunities and the amount of renewable energy procured. However, savings cannot be guaranteed. Participation is voluntary for each eligible consumer. Eligible consumers have the opportunity to decline service provided through the Plan and to choose any Competitive Supplier they wish. The Town has distributed this Plan for public review prior to submitting it to the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU).

Public Review and Comment Period

The Town of Shelburne’s Aggregation Plan is available for public review and comment from Monday, July 9, 2018, at 9 a.m. through Friday, July 27, 2018, at 5:00 p.m

Any person who desires to comment may do so in person at the Town Clerk’s office or submit written comments using one of the following methods: (1) by e-mail to; or (2) by postal mail to the address below.

Comments must be clearly marked Town of Shelburne’s Aggregation Plan and must be received (not postmarked) by the end of the comment period in order to be addressed.


Terry J. Narkewicz
Town Administrator
Town of Shelburne
51 Bridge Street
Shelburne Falls, MA 01370


Any questions pertaining to this should be directed to Terry Narkewicz, Town Administrator at (413) 625-0300 ext. 1.

Click here to read the Town of Shelburne’s Aggregation Plan. An original hardcopy of the Plan is also available at the Town Clerk’s office.

Happy Independence Day!

Below are important dates and deadlines remaining for 2018 elections.  Absentee Ballots will be available in the Town Clerk's office shortly after July 4th.


Aug. 15, 2018

Last day to Register to Vote at State Primary.


Aug. 16-Aug. 31

 Early Voting (if held)


Aug. 31, 2018-5:00 pm

Last day to vote by Absentee


Sept. 4, 2018

State Primary-Polls open 7 am – 8 pm

October 17, 2018

Last day to Register to Vote at State Election

Oct 22 – Nov 2, 2018

Early Voting (if held)

Nov. 5, 2018-12 noon

Last day to vote by Absentee

Nov. 6, 2018

State Election-Polls open 7 am – 8 pm

A map with the Comcast buildout plan may be viewed by clicking Read More.

Read more: Shelburne Comcast Buildout

Eversource will be performing vegetation management and tree cutting work in Shelburne.  If you have questions or concerns , please read this information packet.

Did you know?

Shelburne was first settled in 1756 as part of Deerfield, Massachusetts known then as the "Deerfield Northwest."  It was initially organized as the district of Shelburne in 1768 (named in honor of William Petty, 2nd Earl of Shelburne) and was officially incorporated as a town in 1775.

Therefore, Shelburne will be celebrating its 250th anniversary in 2018!

Do you want to help?

The Shelburne Board of Selectmen is seeking the assistance of a committee to help plan for Shelburne’s 250th anniversary 2018.  Interested residents should contact Town Administrator, Terry Narkewicz at or by calling 625-0300 ext. #1. 

Help us make this a memorable event!