Today Bridgewater is a growing community of approximately 27,000 and serves as home to Bridgewater State University. Founded in 1840, as one of the first normal schools in America, BSU is a premier public university of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Offering a diversity of activities, Bridgewater maintains a caring, friendly, small-town, community atmosphere.
The Town of Bridgewater's Animal Control Officer is responsible for investigating nuisance complaints, enforcing animal control by-laws; as well as M.G.L. chapter 140 laws, removing sick or injured wildlife: determine risk of rabies exposure and need for testing.
Bridgewater Construction Projects
Bridgewater Cable Access (BTV)
Click the link to Bridgewater Televison Access Corporation's website. See all the local cable access programming at BTV.
Find links to colleges, the school district and private schools in the area.
Visit the fire department's official website.
Online Payment Center
The Town of Bridgewater does not maintain parking tickets. Any parking ticket inquires or payments of parking tickets need to be refered to the Plymouth County Parking Office.
Parks & Facilities
Check out area parks, facilities, and a list of their amenities.
Visit the police department's official website.
Trash & Recycling
The Town of Bridgewater does not provide curbside pickup for trash removal. Bridgewater has a Transfer Station, operated under the Health Department, residents can bring their trash and recycling for disposal.