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  1. UPDATED Public Health Alert Regarding EEE - Date of Record 08/20/19

    The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) in conjunction with the Central Massachusetts Regional Public Health Alliance (CMRPHA) is providing an update regarding Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). Read on...
  2. Message from the Shrewsbury D.P.W. Water & Sewer Division

    A water main break occurred today, Tue. 08/20/19 on School St. The Water Division Crew is currently onsite performing the repair work, to which is an estimated 4 to 5 hours. Temporary discolored water may result in the area. Please "Read On" for details. Read on...
  3. Road Closure 8/19 & 8/21- Old Mill Road/Harrington Ave Intersection

    The Old Mill Road/Harrington Ave Intersection will be closed on Monday August 19, 2019 for casting and closed on Wednesday, August 21, 2019 for paving (weather permitting). Read on...
  4. Lake Street Road Closure for Realignment as part of the Beal School Project- Summer 2019

    The new Beal School is being constructed at 214 Lake Street. As part of the proposed work, a section of Lake Street is being realigned mid-Septmber 2019, both vertically and horizontally in order to provide safer access to the new school. Read on...
  5. Leaves & Grass Drop-OFF Program - Final opportunity September 14, 2019

    Leaves & Grass can be dropped off at the Municipal Garage, 211 South Street, Shrewsbury between 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. NO Brush allowed. Read on...
  6. Shrewsbury Farmers Market - Every Wednesday Thru September 25, 2019

    Held at the Sr. Center Parking Lot, 98 Maple Ave. from 2:30 PM to 6:30 PM. All are Welcome!
  7. Textile & Small Home Goods Recycling began July 22, 2019

    Simple Recycling will be providing a FREE textile recycling curbside collection service, i.e. "Pink Bag" program, for pre-loved clothing, shoes, accessories and small household items. Read on...
  8. SHREWSBURY ATTAINS ‘AAA’ BOND RATING

  9. Water Improvement Project - Main Flushing Spring 2019

    As an essential part of our system’s maintenance program during the spring and fall of each year, the Shrewsbury Water Department opens hydrants in an effort to clear our water mains of sediment and mineral build up. Read on...
  10. Shrewsbury Department of Public Works 2019 Construction Projects

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