On April 12, 2021 the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) began accepting applications for its Funeral Assistance Program. The funding for this program was included in the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations act of 2021, and the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. The FEMA COVID-19 Funeral Assistance program allows for funeral assistance for … Continued
FAQ Topic: Resident Information
You should return your Annual Street Listing as soon as possible to Town Hall 1 Sylvan Street- Clerk’s Office. You may return your Annual Street Listing by US mail or in person by placing it in the drop box located at the bottom of the front steps to Town Hall. Office Hours are subject to … Continued
The Danvers Archival Center at the Peabody Institute Library contains an extensive collection of resources and materials about the history of Danvers.
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Please see the attached file for the breakdown of each political party by Precinct.Voter Count By Party 07 14 22
Danvers currently has 28,087 (2020 Federal Census) residents, of which 21,595 are registered voters. See attached file for breakdown by precinct. *Please note that the Federal Census number is slightly different than that of the local data as they are separate census counts. Res Count By Precinct 07 14 22
BANNER SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS The Town of Danvers limits banner hangings to a period of one week at one end of the square ONLY. The Material used for the banner must be 18 oz. to withstand environmental elements. Banner should be approximately 28” to 30” in width and a maximum length of 22 feet. Grommets (no … Continued
The Select Board is the Local Licensing Authority. An applicant for a banner must file an application with the Town Clerk. Banner requests for the following year are accepted beginning at 8:00 A.M. on October 1st (or first business day in October), In person, in the Clerks’ office on a first come first serve basis. … Continued
The Select Board is the Local Licensing Authority. An applicant for a Class I or Class 2 dealer license must filed a complete an application with the Town Clerk along with the following fees: $200 payable to the Town of Danvers. You may contact Catherine Ellsworth, Town Clerk at 978-777-0001 x.3046 [email protected] , or the Office … Continued