The MMA today published its 2021-2022 Massachusetts Municipal Directory, a comprehensive resource for municipal officials that helps them connect with colleagues, as an online PDF.

MMA members and those who pre-ordered the 2021-2022 directory received emails today with login information and instructions for accessing the document. (The subject line of the email is “New Mass. Municipal Directory available now!”) Members and those who have purchased the directory can also click here and log in to view it.

The Massachusetts Municipal Directory PDF has live web links allowing users to access online state, federal and association resources that are critical to the work of local government.

The guide includes contact information for local officials and demographic and financial data for each of the state’s cities and towns. There are also sections devoted to regional school districts, state and federal government agencies, and relevant professional organizations, as well as a guide to products and services for municipalities.

All recipients of The Beacon receive access to the directory. For members, MMA dues cover the cost of the directory. Other readers interested in receiving access to the Massachusetts Municipal Directory can order it online.

As always, the MMA greatly appreciates the help of local officials who updated their communities’ information by using the MMA’s online tool earlier this year, and who have continued to report more recent personnel changes.

For more information, contact Directory Editor Jennifer Kavanaugh or Database Administrator Ruby Sadoques at

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