Read the full release from MassDOT, including next steps in the project.
From 1/20 to 1/24, National Grid will be working near 175 Montrose Ave.
This Election is for Precincts 4, 5 and 6 only.
Updates and information from our municipal departments.
Special State Primary Election to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of State Rep. Paul Brodeur
The Town Administrator is pleased to announce the following formal weekly office hours reserved for the public.
The election packet contains all the information needed to seek election or re-election on April 28, 2020.
Trees will be collected from January 6 to January 31 on residents’ recycling-pickup days.
The fiscal year 2020 actual real estate and personal property tax bills are due and payable February 3, 2020.
Massachusetts School Building Authority votes to invite Wakefield into the 2019-2020 Eligibility Period
The 270-day Eligibility Period formalizes and streamlines the beginning of the MSBA's grant approval process.
Permits are valid from January 1 through December 31, 2020.
Special State Election has been scheduled to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Rep. Brodeur.
The stress of the holidays can be overwhelming, but support is available.
After review by the Traffic Advisory Committee, the Town Council voted to change the traffic pattern of Common Street.
The MBTA recently provided local communities with the opportunity to propose new service pilots for the bus and commuter rail.
According to MGL Chapter 200A, checks issued by the Town are void if not cashed within three years from the date of issue.
The Water Street parking lot, adjacent to Omelette Headquarters restaurant, will soon benefit from some improvements.
Beginning September 30, 2019, JRM Hauling and Recycling will be servicing the Town for both trash and recycling management. Little will... more ››