Archive for January, 2020

477 Pleasant St. Water Main Break

Emergency Water  main break

 

Water will be shut off to repair a main water leak today on Pleasant Street from West Wyoming to Ashmont Street and is expected to be back on by 2pm. The site is closed to traffic from the areas of West Wyoming to Everett Street.

 

Please call the main line at 781-665-0142 with any questions or concerns.

37 Laurel Street Water Main Break

UPDATED: Emergency Water Main Break

Due to a main water leak on Laurel Street, water will be shut off to repair the leak on Laurel Street from Lebanon to Larrabee Street and is expected to be back on by 4pm today

Please call the main line at 781-665-0142 with any questions or concerns.

Snow – Saturday, January 18, 2020

The weather forecast is predicting snowfall accumulation of 2 to 4 inches this evening with an inch of snow on the ground by 7pm. It is a fast moving system that will change to rain by midnight.

Thirteen city salter and three contractors have been treating streets since 5pm.

The City Yard phones are being answered and will be covered until 11pm. If you need assistance, please call 781-665-0142.

There is no emergency parking ban in effect.

Christmas Tree Information

The final week of Christmas Tree Pickup is Monday, January 13th through Friday, January 17th.  Trees will be picked up on your scheduled trash and recycling collection day.

In order to have your tree picked up curbside on your trash day, please remove all decorations (including lights, ornaments, garland and tree stands) and do not leave your trees in plastic bags. Trees that are not bare and/or placed in bags will not be accepted. 

Residents are welcome to drop off Christmas trees at the City Yard – Mondays through Friday between the hours of 7:30 am and 3:00 pm until January 31, 2020.

The more you know:

Have you ever wondered what happens to your tree after the holidays are over?

After your tree is picked up curbside or brought to City Yard, they are brought to Route 99 (this is also where your yard waste is taken to be composted). The trees that are brought there are then put through a wood chipper. The wood chips that are created from processing are then used in parks and other open space areas. When your properly dispose of your Christmas tree it gets a second life in our City!