Regional Partners

Regional Partners are entities that have a formal statutory, monetary or contractual relationship with the Town of Berlin government to provide services to its residents. 

Our Regional Partners include:

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Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School 

Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School is the flagship of a school district that provides the tools and opportunities for career and academic success to thousands of learners each year. In addition to high school enrollment, which averages above 1000, post graduates participate in adult day and evening programs, and students of all ages benefit from the evening programs offered by Assabet After Dark.

The Assabet Valley community straddles the unofficial socioeconomic border of Eastern and Central Massachusetts, also known as the Route 495 corridor. The towns of Berlin, Hudson, Maynard, Northborough, Southborough, and Westborough join the city of Marlborough in comprising the school district. Neighboring communities send students to Assabet on a tuition basis.
Berlin-Boylston Regional School District

Our Mission: To support and challenge all students to achieve personal and academic excellence in a student-centered environment.


Our Vision:  The Berlin-Boylston Public Schools will create a challenging learning environment to ensure that all students exhibit continuous improvement and pursue personal excellence and become active, engaged, independent learners and decision makers. 


As an inclusive school community, instruction will be provided in a caring, safe and healthy learning environment, responsive to each student, in collaboration with families and the community.
Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project

Mosquito control in Massachusetts operates under M.G.L. Ch. 252 (Improvement of Low Land & Swamps) and the State Reclamation & Mosquito Control Board. Other pertinent laws and regulations on mosquito control can be found here.


The Project was created by the Massachusetts State Legislature in 1973, and currently consists of 41 cities and towns in Central Massachusetts, from both Worcester and Middlesex Counties, covering over ~730 square miles.
Central Massachusetts Regional Planning CommissionFounded by the Legislature in 1963, CMRPC provides a variety of services to its constituencies and brings a regional perspective to planning and development. One of 13 Regional Planning Agencies in Massachusetts, CMRPC serves the City of Worcester and 39 surrounding communities in the southern two-thirds of Worcester County. CMRPC’s programs include Transportation, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and Regional Collaboration and Community Planning.
Nashoba Valley Regional Dispatch District It is the mission of the Nashoba Valley Regional Dispatch District to provide all Public Safety field personnel with professional communications services with an emphasis placed on safety, accuracy and cooperation. We are committed to answering all 9-1-1 and non-emergency calls for service with professionalism, integrity and compassion while dispatching police, fire and emergency medical services with the utmost efficiency. Customer service is essential to our success, our professional and highly trained staff, will treat every citizen with empathy and respect that they so deserve.
WHEAT Community Connections

At WHEAT Community Connections our mission is to give support to individuals and families who find themselves experiencing economic and personal challenges by providing emergency assistance and programs that promote self-sufficiency. We serve residents of Berlin, Bolton, Clinton, Lancaster and Sterling. There is no charge for our services.


Some of the services that we can help you with include: Monthly Groceries, Hot Meals, Pet Food, Employment Listings, Health and Wellness Education, Tools for School Program, Feed-A-Family Thanksgiving Program, Hope for the Holidays Toy Program, Senior Mobile Market Program, Case Management Services to apply for Fuel Assistance (during the season), Department of Transitional Assistance Emergency Services, and SNAP (Food Stamp) Benefits as well as Information and Referral Services to other local assistance programs and services.


Available by appointment and referrals only: Case Management and Referral Services, Seasonal Fuel Assistance Services, and WIC: Women, Infant & Children.


WHEAT serves hundreds of your friends, family and neighbors each month and we rely on contributions and volunteers to do the work. We truly cannot do it without you! Please consider a donation or come make a difference as a volunteer. You will be glad you did!