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  1. Check Your Voting Registration Status

    Residents can easily check their voting registration status online. Be sure to verify before the registration deadline of Oct. 19. Read on...
  2. Early Voting in Weston

    For the November 8th general election, residents have the option to cast their votes early at Town Hall. The Town Clerk is also offering extended hours to better accommodate residents. Read on...
  3. Deadline for Citizens' Petitions for Special Town Meeting - Oct. 11

    Any resident wishing to request an article by petition on the November Special Town Meeting warrant must submit the appropriate paperwork to the Town Manager no later than Oct. 11th Read on...
  4. Renew Transfer Station Permits

    Permits expire September 30th. Renew today online, by mail, or at Town Hall. Read on...
  5. DPW Work Updates

    Weston's Public Works Department is busy carrying out its mission through its many divisions to ensure that Weston continues to be a desirable place to live. Check out the latest, and past, work updates. Read on...
  1. Road Construction Updates

    Many of the paving projects around town have experienced a delay over the summer, but will be picking up again this month. Read on...
  2. New Water Billing Tiers and Rates

    The Board of Selectmen recently approved a change to include a third tier to the water billing blocks, which will be effective with the next bill. Read on...
  3. Weston Cultural Council Grant Applications Due

    Applications from programs in the visual and performing arts, science, and humanities must submit grant applications no later than October 17th. Read on...
  4. Ending PAYT

    The pilot program will end Sept. 30th; however reducing solid waste continues to be a priority. The Selectmen encourage residents to challenge themselves to reduce household solid waste by increasing their recycling efforts. Read on...
  5. Water Restrictions in Place

    Effective immediately, mandatory restrictions on outdoor water uses are in place due to drought and stress on distribution system. Read on...
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