We’ve compiled information, resources, and FAQs to help community members learn more about the FY24 budget process and override proposal.
Zoning Articles for Consideration, Planning Board Recommendations and supporting documentation.
Check-in for Town Meeting starts at 5:30 p.m. ahead of the 7 p.m. start time. The Town Clerk will operate two registration tables, one at the High School main entrance and another at the rear of the gym.
Parking is available at two High School lots – the front lot and the far lot down Union Street beyond the ball fields. Overflow parking is available:
- First at South Shore Baptist Church at 578 Main Street -- after the Union Street far lot is full.
- Second, at Wompatuck State Park -- after the South Shore Baptist Church lot is full.
Message signs will provide additional information on the day of Town Meeting. Shuttle buses will be running to and from the sites from 6 p.m. until 30 minutes after Town Meeting ends.
Accessibility is a priority. Handicapped parking is available in the High School front and back parking lots. A limited number of large print warrant books are available on request at registration desks. The Town is piloting live closed captioning in the gymnasium at this meeting. Accessible seating will be spread out across the gymnasium, auditorium, and cafeteria. Finally, accessible restrooms are available in the High School.
Hingham Recreation will be holding a special Monday Night Event for Grades K-6.
$25 Pre-Registration is REQUIRED. For 2+ kids, please call the office for family pricing.
Message from the Moderator
To this day, Hingham continues its long tradition of having the people serve as the town’s legislature; of having the people take responsibility for deciding issues of critical importance to the community. We do this through Open Town Meeting, where each registered voter who takes part in the meeting does so with “voice and vote”.
On Monday, April 24, 2023 at 7PM, we will have our Annual Town Meeting. The meeting will be held at Hingham High School; please plan to arrive by 6:30, so we can start promptly at 7.
Meeting details can be found in the warrant, which has been mailed to each household, and on the town website.
Self-governance is both a profound privilege and a civic responsibility. Please be present on Monday, April 24 and take part in the entirety of the proceedings.
Michael J. Puzo, Hingham Town Moderator
Town Meeting is open to all registered voters in town.
If needed, a second night of Town Meeting will be held on the evening of Tuesday, April 25. Registration, meeting start time, and all logistics will be the same for a second night of Town Meeting.
The Annual Town Meeting Warrant has 35 articles. For additional details on the Warrant Articles and the Advisory Committee’s recommendations, residents are asked to review the Warrant Book. A hard copy of the Warrant Book was also recently mailed to every Hingham household.