The Littleton Department of Veterans' Services is established according to Massachusetts General Law (MGL) Chapter 115, Section 10 and is administered under state guidelines to provide information, advice, and assistance to veterans, veteran's dependents, and widows and children of deceased veterans.
The Town of Littleton Department of Veterans Services serves as an advocate for all veterans and their dependents. The department advises residents as to the availability of federal and state services and benefits to which they are entitled to. In addition, the department provides financial assistance to qualifying veterans, surviving spouses and their dependents.
This department also assists veterans in applying for federal VA benefits, such as service connected compensations, non-service connected disability pensions, medical benefits, home loans, educational benefits, death and burial benefits, as well as pension benefits for those veterans in assisted living or are housebound. This office is not affiliated with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs!
If you are a veteran in need of services or information, my office hours are Monday and Thursday, 9 - 12 and by appointment any other time. You can reach me at 978-540-2485. If I am not available, please leave a message on the machine and I will return your call as soon as possible. If it is an emergency, please call 978-807-3856
This special corner was created on Littleton Common to honor all service men and women from Littleton who fought in the American Armed Forces since World War 2 (WWII) to date. Currently there are three monuments in the Veterans Corner (WWII, Korean and Vietnam), but there are now over 460 names to be added to the Veterans Corner honor roll. This will entail adding two more monuments, refurbishing the existing monuments, replacing the pavers, re-landscaping the area surrounding the corner and adding new lighting. To learn more about this project or to make a donation, please go to the Veterans Corner Project on the Friends of Littleton's Veterans Facebook page.
- Massachusetts Vet Advisor - A new website for Veteran Benefits information that was established in collaboration with the Massachusetts Department of Veterans' Services, the Massachusetts Broadband Institute, the Red Sox Foundation and the Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program.
- Veteran Property Tax Work-Off Program (PDF) - Littleton Veterans must be at least 50 years of age in order to participate and must have DD214 to prove veterans status.
- Executive Office of Veteran's Services (EOVS) - Further information about veteran services in Massachusetts can be found at this site.
- Massachusetts Veteran's Service Officers Association (MVSOA)
John BoroskiDirector of Veteran ServicesPhone: 978-540-2485
Veteran ServicesPhysical Address
37 Shattuck Street
2nd Floor, Room 224
Littleton, MA 01460
37 Shattuck Street 2nd Floor, Room 224 Littleton MA 01460
Hours of Operation
Mondays and Thursdays
9 am to Noon
(Please call for appointment)
Other days working remotely. Available any time.