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Community Electricity Aggregation Plan public review period

The Community Electricity Aggregation plan review period will run from October 29, 2019 to November 12, 2019 for written comments. Oral comments will be recieved at the Select Board meeting on November 18, 2019.


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Flu Clinic, Residents 5yrs and older - Thursday, November 14th, 4:00PM-6:30PM- 50 Carby Street

The Health Department will be holding a Flu Clinic on Thursday, November 14th from 4:00PM-6:30PM at the Carby Municipal Building, 50 Carby Street for Westwood residents 5 yrs and older.



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Recycling Contamination- We need your help!

Please help us eliminate contamination in our recycling!


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Comprehensive Plan Update Public Session Schedule

The Steering Committee will begin presenting initial recommendations and draft goals at a series of Planning Board meetings beginning on Tuesday, October 22 at 7:00 pm at the Carby Municipal Office at 50 Carby Street. The presentation and discussion sessions will continue on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm on November 5, November 19, December 10, and January 7.


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Sharps & Medication Kiosks

There is a Sharps kiosk and a separate Medication kiosk available to residents at the Westwood Police Station Lobby - free of charge.


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Westwood Board of Health Private Well Regulations

Just a reminder that the Westwood Board of Health has a local regulation governing private drinking and irrigation wells



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EEE Alert: Raised to moderate

See additional Mosquito Information from MA DPH



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Tick Information

The Health Department would like to remind everyone of the importance of tick bite protection,



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Mercury Recovery Program

Westwood Health Department works in conjunction with Wheelabrator Technologies


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Board of Selectmen to Change it's Name to "Select Board"

Board of Selectmen to "Select Board"


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Westwood Ahead of the Curve on ADUs

Westwood among a small group of municipalities in the Greater Boston area with zoning bylaws that adopt best practices in permitting Accessory Dwelling Units.


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Worn American Flag Retirement

Cub Scout Pack 1 Islington and the American Legion Post #320 invite you to retire your worn American Flag


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SAPC Teen Health & Safety

Teens report that parents play a key role in their decisions to use drugs and alcohol.

Teens want the right kind of information support and guidance from parents.


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SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to Residents of Massachusetts

Affected by the Severe Winter Storm and Flooding in Norfolk County


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Adopt-A-Hydrant becomes first initiative for Fire Department’s Neighbors helping Neighbors Program

Read about the new incentive from the Fire Department regarding hydrants


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Westwood CARES - Vaping: What Parents Need to Know

“Vaping: What Parents Need to Know”, presented by Dr. Michael Siegel, Dr. Richard Saitz and Dr. Emily Rothman of the Boston University School of Public Health.


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Aid to the Elderly and Disabled Tax Fund Donations

The Town is now accepting online donations to the Aid to the Elderly and Disabled Tax Fund


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Why Get a Building Permit?

Spring is coming and that means a lot of people looking at renovations, additions etc. Look into why you need building permits.


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One of the Best Places to Live & Work in New England - Westwood, MA

The ICMA highlighted Westwood as one of the best places to live and work in New England! Check out the video!


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Press Release - Board of Selectmen Appoint new Fire Chief

Board of Selectmen appoints John Deckers as new Fire Chief.


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Prepare Your Property for a Hurricane

Steps you can take to protect your property before the next storm.


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Attorney General Warns of Addiction Treatment Scams

AG HEALEY WARNS OF ADDICTION TREATMENT SCAMS THAT REFER PATIENTS TO INADEQUATE OUT-OF-STATE FACILITIES


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Public Records Guidelines

In July of 2016, Govenor Charles Baker signed a new Public Records Law bill which will take effect on January 1, 2017.


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