Stoughton Town Employees Federal Credit Union 10 Pearl St, Stoughton, MA02072 The Stoughton Town Employees Federal Credit Union is conveniently located in the center of town. You will…More find it nestled in the lower level of the Town Hall. This institution serves 810 members and manages assets of three million dolars. Services include, personal checking, savings, CDs, auto loans, mortgages, and re-financing.
Bradley M. Lessa Memorial Playground is located off of scenic West Street on the Libby Farm property. Managed by…More the Stoughton Recreation Department, the facility was a gift to the town from the Lessa family in memory of their son Bradley.
The centerpiece of the playground is the colorful jungle gym structure. There is also a swing set, a small rock-climbing wall and a fire engine with a slide. A rest area with picnic tables and benches is also provided.
Looking for a peaceful place to walk your dog? Looking for a spot to play basketball? Halloran Park, named for World…More War II fallen hero John J. Halloran, is located at the corner of Pierce and Leach Streets, just past the hustle and bustle of downtown Stoughton.
The park, which is beside the CAPP playground, is managed by the town's Recreation Department. It includes a basketball court, a paved walking or jogging path that encircles the park and an open grass field that could be used for any number of recreational sports or games. There are also picnic tables, benches and grills. Parking spaces are available on both Pierce and Leach streets.
Town Hall is located in the downtown area at the intersection of Porter and Pearl Streets. Open since 1881, the…More building is one of the most recognized and historic landmarks in Stoughton. The Town Hall houses the Town Manager's office, the Board of Selectmen, the town clerk, the tax collector, the town auditor, the town treasurer, the veterans' agent, the Zoning Board, the Planning Board, the Conservation Commission, the Recreation Department and the Board of Public Health, among other departments. Great Hall, located on the third floor, is the main meeting room.
At Town Hall residents can register to vote; pay excise or real estate taxes; obtain birth or death certificates; obtain marriage licenses; obtain copies of property assessment cards; obtain a dog license; obtain zoning or building permits; and inquire about veteran's services.
Visit the town's website (or click on the links provided below) to see each department's individual web page.