Great Barrington 2022 Annual Town Census

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GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The town urges all residents to "be counted" for the 2022 town census by returning a completed census form to Town Hall. Residents should have received a census form in their mail in mid-December.
 
State law mandates this annual street listing (town census) of residents as of Jan. 1 of each year. 
 
Residents should return the form by mail, in person or at the Town Clerk's drop box outside Town Hall which is accessible 24/7. Anyone in need of assistance with the form is asked to contact the Town Clerk's Office, (413) 528-1619 ext. 2100. The form can also be scanned and emailed to jmessina@townofgb.org.
 
Anyone who may have lost their form, or would like to obtain a new one, may contact Town Hall or visit the Town Clerk's page on the town website.
 
Town census information is used for the following purposes: 
 
  • To assist public safety and emergency responders
  • To apply for grants
  • To assist the town and state in calculating state and federal aid
  • To update the town voter list (if you are a registered voter and do not respond to the census, you could be made inactive on the voting list)
  • To serve as proof of residency for residents who need to qualify for veteran's benefits, in-state tuition at state schools and other programs.
All residents, not just voters, should return the form each year. 

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