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To access the robust features of the Member's Page you must be an NWCLA member in good standing with your membership dues paid, or if you are not a member yet, you can join to become a member of the Northern Worcester County Landlord Association.

NWCLA Members Web Site

To get an account on the members site, please complete the "Request and Account" form. A link is at the bottom of the members only website, or you can access it directly here: https://www.nwcla.com/members/request-an-account/.

Once that comes through, and we are able to verify your paid NWCLA membership, we will be able to get your account set up for you. Please be patient with us as we ramp up on this new process. All of your NWCLA board members are unpaid and are volunteers.

Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry

Pursuant to M.G.L. C. 6, §§ 178C - 178P, the individuals who appear on the following notifications have been designated Level 2 or 3 Sex Offenders by the Sex Offender Registry Board. The Board has determined that these individuals have either a moderate or high risk to reoffend and that the degree of dangerousness posed to the public is such that public safety interest is served by public availability of registration information.

Welcome to Family Watchdog! National Sex Offender Registry

Family Watchdog is a free service to help locate registered sex offenders in your area. We encourage you to use our site to help educate your family on possible dangers in areas they visit. Also, please sign up for our free notifications to keep update with offenders that move in/out of your area.

Massachusetts Housing Court Announces Public Internet Access

John Adams Courthouse
One Pemberton Square
Boston , MA 02108

Joan Kenney/Erika Gully-Santiago
617/557-1114 or

April 22, 2013

The Housing Court Department of the Massachusetts Trial Court this week announced the introduction of internet access to Summary Process, Small Claims, Civil and Supplementary Process case types that are currently available to the public. Case information can be accessed via the Trial Court’s eAccess internet site at www.masscourts.org.

The site allows users to conduct searches by case type, case number or case name. Users can find detailed instructions on the Housing Court page of the Trial Court’s website. Electronic access to all publicly available case types also continues to be available at public access computers at the five Housing Court divisions and at courthouses throughout the state.

“We are very pleased to increase accessibility to case information,” said Housing Court Chief Justice Steven D. Pierce. “Large numbers of Housing Court users are self-represented litigants and we believe that internet access provides them, as well as members of the bar, with more convenience and better service.”

Public internet access is made available through MassCourts, the Trial Court’s web-based, case management platform now utilized by six of the seven Trial Court departments. MassCourts allows real-time data collection and electronic data exchange with other entities and once fully implemented will replace 14 legacy systems. Internet access also is available to case information in the Land Court and to estate cases in the Probate and Family Court.

Local Police Departments

We are working with local law enforment authorities to see if we can obtain Drug Arrest databse access and arrest information to assist us in the tenant screening proccess. Until that time, please visit these pages to stay on top of what is happening in your rental community.


Ashby Police Department
Ashburnham Police Department
Athol Police Department
Clinton Police Department
Fitchburg Police Department
Gardner Police Department
Harvard Police Department NA
Hubbardston Police Department
Lancaster Police Department
Leominster Police Department
Lunenburg Police Department
Phillipston Police Department
Princeton Police Department
Sterling Police Department
Templeton Police Department
Townsend Police Department
Westminster Police Department
Winchendon Police Department


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NWCLA Meeting June 14th, 2018 at Monty Tech in Fitchburg, MA

State Sanitary Code Updates Effecting MA Landlords.

In December 2017 the Chapter II of the new State Sanitary Code was scheduled to become law, but as of this date, still has not passed and become law in Massachusetts. Several Board of Health Inspectors across the state anticipate these new requirements, but few have an actionable plan as to how these new laws will be enforced or implemented.

Do you know how these new code regulations will effect your business as a Massachusetts Landlord?

Come and join us in June (rescheduled from the March snow date) to find out about these new changes, what you can do to be in compliance, and other sanitary code laws that will have an impact on your properties and your bottom line.

Please email your questions in advance to info@belaire.co with "State Sanitary Code" as your subject line where Brian Lucier, NWCLA President, will be your moderator for the evening. Please try not to use actual buildings or open citations for your questions. All questions should be prefaced as"hypothetical scenarios", or your questions may be disqualified.

See you there!!


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