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  1. National Preparedness Month Week 3: What Happens When It's Not a Test?

    During week three of National Preparedness Month, the Weston Emergency Reserve Corps recommends that you focus on communications. Read on...
  2. Weston Cultural Council Seeks Funding Proposals

    Proposals for community-oriented arts, humanities, and science programs are due October 15th Read on...
  3. National Preparedness Month Week 2: Learn Life Saving Skills

    The reality is that in a disaster, first responders may not be able to reach everyone immediately. When help is needed, it is important to know what to do. Read on...
  4. Selectmen Open Special Town Meeting Warrant for Petitions

    Residents wishing to submit a Citizens' Petition for an article on the upcoming Town Meeting Warrant must submit the appropriate paperwork by October 9th Read on...
  5. Renew Transfer Station Permits

    Permits expire September 30th. Renew today online, by mail, or at Town Hall. 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. Weston's Citizens' Academy

    Get familiar with Weston government inside and out! Take tours of some of the Town facilities, meet with Department Managers, ask your burning questions, and learn about the role you can play in Weston’s government. Read on...
  3. State Primary Election Results

    Results from Weston's precincts Read on...
  4. New Water Rates Approved

    The Board of Selectmen recently approved an increase to the three billing tiers, which is effective immediately. Read on...
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