Burlington Cable Access Television airs public, educational and government programming for the Burlington community.…More BCAT features shows both talk and documentary style, covering verious subject matters. Viewers may view goverment meetings and religious services.
As a public access station, the studio welcomes residents and offers video production training. Burlington Cable Access Television is located in Burlington High School. Programming is available on three separate channels through Comcase, RCN and Verizon.
Burlington Town Hall 29 Center St, Burlington, MA01803 Burlington Town Hall is a valuable resource for area residents. It offers information on community development work,…More human health services, libraries, recreation programs, public safety, public records and schools. Meetings are held regarding town matters such as rules, regulations and finance. Town assessors, tax collector, clerk and other officials work from this location.
The Burlington Public School District, under the leadership of Superintendent Eric M. Conti, is driven by the mission…More to help all students acquire knowledge, foster their intellectual and creative skills while building a positive self-image. The district leaders strive to instill in each student a drive for lifelong learning and responsible citizenship.
The five-member School Committee meets in the School Committee Room at Burlington High School. Meetings are held at 7:30pm on pre-scheduled Tuesday nights. For a list of all meetings, visit the district website.
Burlington Public Library 22 Sears St, Burlington, MA01803 Completed in 1968, the current Burlington Public Library replaced the old facility at the Center School, which was too…More small to accommodate the growing town population. The building was renovated and expanded in 1995 to comply with building accessibility standards and size requirements. The library has more than 91,000 print items and 17,000 non-print items available to the public and more materials are available through inter-library loan. There are meeting rooms of various sizes for group meetings and study sessions and computers are available for use. Passes to many New England museums are available for purchase at the library. There are also notaries public on staff for anyone who needs to have a document notarized. The library also offers reading, educational and fun programs, including computer classes, for children, teens, and adults.