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Moody's Investors Service has reaffirmed the Town's Aa2 bond rating in a recent report issued on July 1, 2016.
The Board of Selectmen has received from the Retirement Board the most recent valuation of the Town's pension system.
On June 14, 2016, the Board of Building Regulations and Standards for the Commonwealth held a public hearing on proposed amendments to the current, Eighth Edition of 780 CMR (the building code) concerning energy conservation standards. Subsequently the B...Read more »
Town Meeting Members have approved an article that establishes a re-inspection fee for building permits. For Contractors, this means that any item inspected that fails and requires a re-inspection will be assessed a re-inspection fee of $50. For homeown...Full Text...
The Finance Committee has received from the Retirement Board the most recent valuation of the Town's pension system.
The City of Worcester, Division of Public Health / CMRPHA is offering flu clinics every Tuesday starting October 18 thru February 28.
Please click the CMRPHA Influenza Flier link below for details.
Effective September 12, 2016, the Highway, Public Buildings, Water & Sewer and Engineering Departments will be temporarily re-located to 214 Lake Street (Previous location of the temporary Shrewsbury Public Library at the Glavin Center).Read more »
The Water Department is continuing Water Main Cleaning on North Quinsigamond Ave between West Main St. and the Post Office entrance driveway this upcoming Monday, October 24th between the hours of 4 A.M. – 7 A.M., approximately. Due to the large amount of...Read on...
Enhanced water main cleaning began on Sunday, October 9th.Work will be continuing until the last week of the month, during the early morning hours of 4 AM through 7 AM, approximately. Work is scheduled tentatively at this time for alternate days effecti...Read on...
The Town of Shrewsbury Water Department will again be performing vital transmission line maintenance to assist in correcting water conditions for our residents. The general area where this will be performed is between North Main St, North Quinsigamond Av...Read on...
Due to the continuation of severe to extreme drought conditions in our region, the present Water Restrictions have been extended. The Board of Selectmen declares that a shortage of water continues and conservation measures are necessary to ensure an ade...Read on...
The Water Department took samples on September 27th at each individual well source, along with the finished water as it leaves our Water Treatment Plant into the distribution system, for Hexavalent Chromium (Chromium - 6). We undertook this sample coll...Read on...
Mountain View Cemetery, Shrewsbury. Requests all plantings and decorations be removed from flower beds and monuments by October 10th. Any items left after that time will be disposed of. Winter decorations can be placed after November 15th. For more ...Read on...
Medication Take Back - Saturday, October 2210 am - 2 pm. Bring in expired or unused medications for safe and proper disposal. See flier for info.
Please click Additional Info link below to access helpful websites on each topic.
There are four (4) opportunities to have curb-side pick-up on your regular rubbish collection day during the following weeks:
October 17 thru October 21October 31 thru November 4November 14 thru November 18November 28 thru December 2
Yard wast...Read on...
Bring in expired or unused medications for safe and proper disposal. Please click the Medication Take Back Flier link below for details.
Please click the Electronic and Textile Recycling Flier link below for details, pricing and contact information.
Textile CollectionFSS PTO will be paid for weight collected. Stains, rips, and holes are ok.
CLOTHES (clean and dry) ADULTS and CHILDRENSSHOES, BOOTS, PURSES, BELTS and BACKPACKSBLANKETS, SHEETS, TOWELS
Cannot accept: pillows, stuffed animals...Read on...
If your normal collection day is Friday, it will now be picked up on Saturday, November 12.
REMINDERS:This is a GREEN recycling week.
Please have all refuse to the curb by 7:00 a.m., as routes and drivers are subject to change.Read more »
Please view the Textile Recycling Event Flier below for more information.
In May of this year, the Town Meeting adopted a new by-law that bans certain plastic carry-out bags effective July 1, 2017. Please click the Plastic Bag Reduction By-law Flier link below for details.
Please the click link below to open the document.
If your normal collection day is Thursday, it will now be picked up on Friday, November 25
If your normal collection day is Friday, it will now be picked up on Saturday, November 26
REMINDERS:This is a Green recycling week.
Please have all refu...Read more »
If your normal collection day is Monday, it will now be picked up on Tuesday, December 27
If your normal collection day is Tuesday, it will now be picked up on Wednesday, December 28
If your normal collection day is Wednesday, it will be now picked ...Read more »
Absentee Ballots for the November 8, 2016 State Election are now available at the Town Clerk's office. The deadline to apply for an absentee ballot is 12:00 noon on Monday November 7.
Early voting can be done in person or by mail. In Shrewsbury, early voting can be done in person at the Town Hall during the following dates and times. October 24 thru November 4, Monday thru Friday 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 PM Wednesday, October 26 until 8...Read on...
The result of the latest test taken of finished water on October 12th revealed a result of 0.41 mg/L (410 ppb) which is above the 0.30 mg/L (300 ppb) level that the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection has issued a fact sheet on. The prima...Mass DEP Manganese Fact Sheet