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  1. Selectmen Open Special Town Meeting Warrant for Petitions

    Residents wishing to submit a Citizens' Petition for an article on the December Special Town Meeting Warrant must submit the appropriate paperwork by October 10th Read on...
  2. National Preparedness Month - Week 3: Teach Youth to Prepare for Disasters

    The focus for Week 3 is on teaching children what they themselves can do to be “Prepared, Not Scared” Read on...
  3. Additional Mosquito Spraying North of Boston Post Road

    East Middlesex Mosquito Control Project (EMMCP) will be conducting a round of truck-mounted spraying on Tuesday, September 17th (postpone date is Sept. 19) Read on...
  4. Weston at Moderate Risk Level for EEE

    Despite our current level, neighboring towns' levels have been raised. The Board of Health is recommending additional safeguards for residents to avoid mosquito bites. Read on...
  5. National Preparedness Month - Week 2: Make a Plan With Family

    It’s important to include kids in the disaster planning process. Review your family's emergency plan together so that they know what to do even if you are not there. Read on...
  1. September is National Preparedness Month

    Every week this month, the Weston Emergency Reserve Corps will be highlighting specific steps to take to be prepared for emergencies as individuals, as families, and as a community. Here is week 1: Read on...
  2. Change to Town Hall Office Hours

    The Board of Selectmen has approved an extension of summer hours through December. Town Hall opens daily at 8:00 a.m. and will close early on Fridays. Read on...
  3. Transfer Station Permits Expire September 30th - Application and Renewal Options are Online

    Permit applications will not be mailed this year. The form is available to download at home and can also be picked up at the Council on Aging or the Public Library. Permits can also be renewed online. Read on...
  4. Tick Tube Application Near School Fields

    Please be advised that tick tubes have been placed in the natural un-mown spaces approximately 10-feet outside of fields and play areas. Read on...
  5. Watch out for Freshwater Harmful Algae Blooms

    Some blooms can produce toxins harmful to people and animals. Keep pets and children out of water that looks thick like pea soup or paint. Read on...
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