Upcoming Events

Subject to change

Sep
21
Tue
9:30 am Tax Collector @ Hancock Town Hall
Tax Collector @ Hancock Town Hall
Sep 21 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
 
4:00 pm Assessors @ Hancock Town Hall
Assessors @ Hancock Town Hall
Sep 21 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
 
4:00 pm Tax Collector @ Hancock Town Hall
Tax Collector @ Hancock Town Hall
Sep 21 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

If you lost a pair of glasses in a soft case at the dedication of our Veteran’s Memorial on September 4th, please call the Town Hall at 738-5225.

THE HANCOCK VETERANS MEMORIAL

Thank you to all who were able to attend the celebration on Saturday.  It was a beautiful ceremony and the weather could not have been better.

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Thank you Erica Wetherell for the amazing photo below and for taking such great care of the Poppies while they were waiting to be planted.

TO SEE MORE PICTURES GO ABOVE TO ‘PHOTOS’ AND SCROLL DOWN!

For some photographs of all the different work that has been done on our Veterans Memorial click on PHOTOS in the bar at the top.  A huge THANK YOU to all of the volunteers.  Please consider giving to this very worthwhile Town project.  Click on the following link to see the letter & the form to return with your donation.  THANK YOU!

UPDATED PAVER ORDER SHEET 9-1-21

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Yoga and balance classes have resumed at the Pavilion on Clark Road. Balance class is on THURSDAYS at 11:30 a.m. and Yoga class is on TUESDAYS at 11:30 a.m.  The cost is $3.00/class.

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HOMEWORKS ENERGY – No-Cost Virtual Home Energy Assessment

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Scams and other information

 

Earth machines outreach flyer

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Hancock is a quiet, peaceful town about twenty miles long and three miles wide, bordered on the east by the famous Berkshire hills, and on the west by the rugged Taconic range.  

Hancock is the longest and narrowest town in Berkshire County.  The northern portion of the town is separated from the southern portion by a mountain.  One has to drive through a couple of towns to the east or drive west into New York to get from one end to the other.