Martha’s Vineyard towns recently won two of the top three awards statewide in their division of the Massachusetts Municipal Association’s annual town report contest.

Tisbury’s town report took first prize for towns with fewer than 5,000 residents. Oak Bluffs came in second. Berlin, a town in Worcester County, was third.

The awards mark a return to form for Vineyard municipalities after an off year. With the exception of 2019, Island towns have captured from one to all three of the top spots for the small town category in the annual contest since 2000.

Tisbury, Oak Bluffs and Edgartown appear most frequently on the lists of winners posted on the municipal association’s website, but West Tisbury’s town report also has earned awards over the years.

The awards were presented at the association’s annual convention in Boston Jan. 25 and announced locally at selectmen’s meetings last month.

The awards were for 2018 town reports. Annual reports for 2019 will be published soon.