Meetings are held remotely. Go to www.truro-ma.gov, click on the meeting you want to watch, and open its agenda for instructions on how to watch or take part online.
Monday, Jan. 4
- Conservation Commission, 5 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 5
- Board of Health, 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 6
- Planning Board, 5 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 7
- Climate Action Committee, 10 a.m.
As of Dec. 24, Truro had three active cases of Covid-19, according to the town website, 18 total cases to date, according to the state Dept. of Public Health, and no deaths.
Committee and Board Vacancies
Will this be the year you join in? As of Dec. 17, according to a posting on the town website, the following boards had vacancies:
- Agricultural Commission: three alternate positions, one regular position
- Board of Health: two regular positions
- Cable and Internet Advisory Committee: two regular positions
- Cape Cod Regional Technical High School Committee: one regular position
- Cemetery Commission: one regular position
- Climate Action Committee: one alternate position, two regular positions
- Commission on Disabilities: two regular positions
- Concert Committee: two regular positions
- Council on Aging Board: one alternate position, three regular positions
- Cultural Council: two regular positions
- Energy Committee: two alternate positions
- Pamet Harbor Commission: one regular position
- Planning Board: one position (unexpired four-year term)
- Recreation Commission: five regular positions, one alternate position
- Recycling Committee: four regular positions, one alternate position
- Taxation Aid Committee: one regular position
- Truro Representative to the Barnstable County Human Rights Advisory Commission: one regular position
- Water Resources Oversight Committee: two regular positions
Details and applications are available at on the town’s website, truro-ma.gov. ––Saskia Maxwell Keller