The Town of Brookfield maintains this website as a means of providing information about the Town to visitors to the website. While Town boards, departments, officers and employees strive to post accurate information in a timely manner, neither the Town of Brookfield nor those boards, departments, officers and employees of the Town warrant the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information on this website and shall not be held liable for any losses caused by reliance on the information. Any person relying on the information obtained from this website does so at their own risk. Information that is posted to the website may change at any time.
The Town of Brookfield therefore will not assume any legal liability for any misrepresentation(s) that may occur. Further, the Town of Brookfield and its employees shall not be held liable for any damage(s) resulting from any use of this website or from reliance on information contained within. This website and its contents are for use by the citizens of Brookfield, MA and the general public and may be updated or changed without notice. Any attempt to modify, destroy or damage this website, or its contents, or to use this website in ways not intended, is strictly prohibited and punishable according to the relevant statutes of Massachusetts and federal law. The Town of Brookfield website contains many links to other websites for the convenience of its users. It does not guarantee the accuracy, quality, completeness, or reliability of such information and assumes no liability for any misrepresentations that may occur on these external sites. Further, the Town of Brookfield does not endorse any opinions or products associated with any of these external sites.
Communications made through this site's e-mail and messaging system shall in no way be deemed to constitute legal notice to the Town of Brookfield or any of its agencies, officers, employees, agents, or representatives.
In situations where personal or identifying information is submitted to the Town (i.e. e-mail messages or forms), this information will not be released unless required to do so by the Massachusetts Public Record Law. With certain exceptions, e-mails and letters to Town officials and departments are public documents under State law.