The street will remain open to local, bus, and emergency vehicle traffic.
This step is an effort to curb the large crowds on Quannapowitt’s narrow sidewalks and reduce the spread of Coronavirus.
Bag and dispose of masks and gloves properly.
Beginning Saturday, April 4, the schedule will be extended to include both weekend days.
The goal of the fund is to offer one-time aid that helps an individual or family get back on its feet.
Health Director Ruth Clay has determined that there is no threat to those who have shopped or plan to shop at the store.
The Department of Public Works (DPW) is offering barrels for $69, with an additional $10 off for the first 100 barrels sold.
Temporary pavement restoration nears completion to prepare for project suspension.
Wakefield has first COVID-10 related death.
The Health Department has been informed of additional cases of COVID-19, bringing the current total to seven.
About 84 percent of old clothes, shoes, belts, handbags, and textile items end up in a landfill or an incinerator.
On May 1, the Town of Wakefield intends to open a community garden in J.J. Round Park.
As more tests are performed, more positive cases can be identified.
Town Hall operations continue; Public Safety Building only open for emergency visits.
Crews will begin cleaning and securing all work sites within the public right of way.
The site's season will open early and have extended hours to make residents’ leaf disposal a little easier.
This is the first known positive case in Wakefield.
The right-of-way and utility permit program has been suspended due to COVID-19 outbreak.
To encourage proper social distancing and ensure the safety of our residents, playgrounds will close.
Panel discussion of Wakefield's preparedness plan, considerations for Town Meeting and elections, and more.