March 29, 2022 Annual Town Election
Nomination Papers are now available for all Town Wide Offices
Natick voters will elect the following officials:
- Two members to the Select Board for 3 year terms
- Three members to the School Committee for 3 year terms
- One member to the Planning Board for a 5 year term
- One Associate member of the Planning Board for a 2 year term
- One member to the Board of Assessors for a 3 year term
- One member to the Board of Health for a 3 year term
- Two members to the Recreation and Parks Commission for 3 year terms
- One member to the Natick Housing Authority for a 4 year term
- Six Constables for 3 year terms
- One Moderator for a 3 year term
- One Town Clerk for a 3 year term
- 180 Town Meeting Members – as a result of redistricting after the Federal Census (look for more information on this as it is available)
Nomination papers for town wide offices must be returned no later than 5:00 PM on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 with signatures from at least 25 registered voters.
All current Town Meeting Members, unless they physically moved to a new home in a different precinct, will run as incumbents, regardless of whether their current address is in a different precinct. Incumbent Town Meeting Members must sign the intent to run form which has been sent to them. If you did not recieve one please call (508) 647-6432 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . The last day to submit incumbent Town Meeting nomination papers is 5:00 PM on Tuesday, February 1, 2022. Nomination papers for new town meeting members will be available as soon as the State provides the data to assure that all precincts are captured correctly in the voter database, based on redistricting which occurred after the completion of the 2020 Federal Census.
- The last day to register to vote for the March 29 Annual Town Election is Wednesday, March 9, 2022. The Town Clerk's office will be open until 8 PM.
Please check back to this page as information will be updated as it is available. The Vote by Mail law, passed in 2020 as an emergency measure at the beginning of the pandemic has expired and not been renewed at this time. Updated information on voting by mail will be posted on this page as it is available.