Welcome to Yarmouth’s Town Meeting Page.
Here you’ll find everything you need to prepare and participate in Town Meeting!
2022 Yarmouth Special Town Meeting
When: Tuesday, November 15th, 2022 @ 6:00PM
Where: Mattacheese Middle School Auditorium: 400 Higgins Crowell Road West Yarmouth, MA
Click here to download the Special Town Meeting Warrant
Past Town Meeting Resources
- 2022 Annual Town Meeting Warrant
- 2022 ATM Zoning Articles Summary
- 2022 ATM Zoning Articles FAQs
- Article 21 - District Improvement Financing Brochure
- District Improvement Financing Program Document
- Historical Commission Town Seal Memo to the Board of Selectmen
- Board of Selectmen Town Meeting Warrant Discussion Video (April 5, 2022)
2022 Annual Town Meeting results: Articles #1-29 were approved and article #30 was defeated. A video replay of the meeting is available below.
- 2021 Annual Town Meeting Results
- 2021 Annual Town Meeting Video Replay
- 2021 Annual Town Meeting Warrant
- 2021 Annual Town Meeting Warrant Article Video Explanations
NOTE: 2020 Special Town Meeting Results: Voters approved articles 1-6 while articles 7-15 were indefinitely postponed. Watch a Video Replay of the Annual Town Meeting Here
- 2020 Special Town Meeting Results
- 2020 November Special Town Meeting Warrant
- Guide to Town Meeting
- Citizens Guide to Town Meetings-Secretary of the Commonwealth of MA
Town Meeting Videos & Information
Watch our Introduction to Town Meeting video below as well as access more videos on Town Meeting and Warrant articles so you can be prepared to participate here on our YouTube Channel: 2020 Special Town Meeting Articles
2020 Annual Town Meeting Results
Articles 1-20 were approved at the 2020 Yarmouth Annual Town Meeting. Articles 21-23 were postponed until the fall Town Meeting.
Watch Town Meeting: 2020 Annual Town Meeting video replay
View Warrant: 2020 Annual Town Meeting Warrant
View Warrant Articles Handout: Handout Articles 1 & 2
An Important Message for all Massachusetts Town Residents
The purest form of democratic governing is practiced in a Town Meeting. In use for over 300 years and still today, it has proven to be a valuable means for many Massachusetts taxpayers to voice their opinions and directly effect change in their communities. Here in this ancient American assembly, you can make your voice heard as you and your neighbors decide the course of the government closest to you. This website outlines the forms and procedures used in Massachusetts Town Meetings. As the Commonwealth’s information officer, I urge you to read it and make use of it as you engage in the debates and votes that give shape to your Town Government.
William Francis Galvin Secretary of the Commonwealth