As long as they last, you can pick up Massachusetts resident and non-resident tax booklets and forms outside during our curbside hours. No need to schedule or call. The forms and instructions are also online.
We’ve ordered federal tax forms. We don’t know when they’ll get here, but when they do, we’ll let you know here. Alternatively, get forms and instructions online.
Be aware that deadlines and requirements may be different than in the past (definitely different from 1799, when Judah Washburn was taxed $3 for his two-person, one-horse chaise with a top).
The links below go to KPL pages that show Facebook posts from Town departments. We hope to add more soon.
There’s a combined feed from official Kingston pages, with links to the actual post or page on Facebook. However, you don’t need a Facebook account to read posts on the Library website.
All the links here go to pages that show posts from groups and pages related to Kingston; you don’t need to be on Facebook to read the posts.
On this page you’ll find resources and information from local and federal government agencies about Covid-19, also known as the novel coronavirus.
The first case of 2019 novel coronavirus in Massachusetts was confirmed on February 11th, 2020. Look below for information and facts about the virus and what you can do to keep yourself and your family protected.
This page will be updated regularly with information from local and federal agencies. Check back frequently for new information
Information about how this novel coronavirus is spread is still limited, but there are precautions you can take to minimize the risks.
General tips on prevention
- Cover your mouth if you cough or sneeze
- Stay home if you are sick
- Wash your hands with soap and water often
- Use hand sanitizer when soap and water is not available
Massachusetts Public Health
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Coronavirus General Information
- Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
- Public Information Flyer: COVID-19: What the public should do
- Public Information Flyer: What you need to know about COVID-19
World Health Organization
Mass. Board of Library Commissioners