Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1645 is the Stoughton branch of American war veterans that serve the Stoughton…More community. It brings together veterans and ensures that they are respected for their service, that they receive their entitlements and are recognized for the sacrifices they have made for our country.
The hall on Washington Street has many community events throughout the year, including weekly meat auctions, bingo games and potluck dinners. The VFW raises awareness and funds for local charities as well.
Amvets Post 1977 1591 Central St, Stoughton, MA02072 Amvets Post 1977 honors and assist the men and women who defend our country. It conducts outreach programs and provides…More care to veterans and their families. The local Stoughton chapter works to preserve the legacies of fallen veterans, in addition to supporting current soldiers and their families.
Faxon Veterans Memorial Park Park St & Walnut Ave, Stoughton, MA02072 Faxon Veterans Memorial Park is nestled at the intersection of Park Street and Walnut Avenue, just past the…More downtown. The Park pays tribute to Stoughton's fallen heroes--the men and women who have died serving their country in war--with various monuments. There are decorative cannons and cannon balls, benches to sit and relax and a gazebo (named for Charles F. Large). The park is also used for outdoor concerts in the summer months. Parking is available on the street.
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.