You can visit the Parking Ticket Appeal Process page on the Town Website to learn how to dispute a parking ticket.
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The Mayor acts as the Chief Executive Officer of the town government; therefore, the Mayor oversees the town's daily operations as well as other municipal departments. The Mayor also represents the Town of Braintree in intergovernmental relations.
The Mayor is an elected official and serves a four year term.
The Mayor's Office is located at 1 John F. Kennedy Memorial Drive, Braintree, MA 02184 on the second floor of Town Hall.
All requests must be made in writing at least two weeks in advance of the event. Please include the name of the event, sponsoring organization and logistics of the event (date/time/location). Also, include RSVP deadline information, as well as the phone number of a contact person in case of further questions. The Mayor's Office will reply back to you by telephone or letter at their earliest convenience.
For missed pickups please contact Sunrise Scavenger directly at 617-361-8000. For more information on our trash/recycling programs, visit the Curbside Collection Services page on the Town Website.
You can download the Commonwealth Connect app on your mobile device and report the issue there.
For questions on your excise bill or tax bill, you can visit the Collector page on the Town Website or contact the Treasurer/Collector office at 781-794-8130.
Please fill out the Special Event Application (PDF) and return it to the Mayor's Office at Town Hall.
You can fill out the Constable Application (PDF) and return it to the Mayor's Office at Town Hall.
Note: at the present time, no new appointments are being made.
You can fill out the Yard Sale Permit (PDF) and bring to the Mayor's Office at Town Hall.