News:

Groundbreaking ceremony held Dec 12, 2021.

Status:

Hutter Construction is on site installing erosion control and beginning site work.

Questions?

Contact  Jim Brochu, Chair of Building Committee, or

Matthew Bachtold, Library Director,  508-529-6272.

Project Description:

The Upton Community Center is a new facility of 15,132 square feet to house the Upton Town Library and the Council on Aging, at an estimated project cost of $12.4 million.

Located at 9 Milford Street, the facility includes a redesigned playground and shared parking with the adjacent VFW.

Approved by Upton Voters:

Town Meeting  5/8/2021

Town Election  5/11/2021

Groundbreaking Ceremony

Dec 12, 2021

A ground-breaking ceremony was held on the 9 Milford Street site, Dec 12, 2021 at 1pm.

Town officials and members of the public were in attendance.

Remarks were made by Selectboard chair Maureen Dwinnell, Buildng Committee chair James Brochu, Library Trustee John Robertson, Jr., Council on Aging member Gregg Manning.

John Roberston has been a library trustee for over 20 years, and working towards a new facility for all of his tenure.  His remarks at the ceremony are available here:

John Roberston, Jr: Remarks at Groundbreaking Ceremony.

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