About Us



2017 Annual Meeting
Thursday, May 4, 2017

Pleasant Valley Country Club
95 Armsby Road, Exit 7 Route 146, Sutton MA

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About Us


In the Beginning:

Founded in 1893 with a membership of 51, the Massachusetts Highway Association today boasts a membership of more than 750.



Member Counties:

Member Officials


Complete list and contact information can be found here.



  • Membership

MHA membership comprises of highway officials, including directors, engineers, and superintendents involved in all phases of highway related activities.


MHA includes ammendments from:
May 4, 1995
May 4, 2006
May 1, 1997
May1, 2014



Trust Fund Trustees Annual Scholarship Aid Program

For a number of years the Massachusetts Highway Trust Fund Trustees have awarded scholarships to Massachusetts Highway Association members and the children and grandchildren of our members who are continuing their education or plan to attend college.



  • Sponsor - N.E. Public Works Expo

For over 35 years, the Massachusetts Highway Association is has been the proud sponsor of the New England Public Works Expo. This show will be featuring some of the region's latest heavy equipment, construction, municipal and highway products & services from top vendors. The show was first held at the Marshfield Fairground and has been at such venues as the Topsfield Fairground, Fort Devens, the Central Massachusetts Expo Center and is now located at the Holiday Inn in Boxborough. This show has come a long way since its humble beginnings; and now the premiere heavy equipment and trade show in New England.



  • Recognition & Awards

During the annual meeting of MHA, members and vendors are recognized for their contributions to the industry and to the MHA.

  • The Francis Granger Award, established in 1989 is presented to an associate or active member, c urrently or formerly engaged in the highway field, for outstanding and meritorious achievements.
  • The John Kiley Vendor of the Year Award goes to a vendor who has demonstrated a commitment to the MHA during the previous year.




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