Know someone who has provided extraordinary public service to the Waltham City Council, City of Waltham or the Waltham community? Waltham City Council is now seeking nominations for the Kevin M. Ritcey Award for Outstanding Public Service!
Waltham City Council established this award in 2016 to honor Mr. Kevin Ritcey, one of Waltham’s most dedicated and respected community... more ››
Here are all the places you can get free meals to go and groceries in Waltham this week, 3/20-3/26
The Traffic Commission invites all Moody St businesses & area residents to attend a meeting on Thurs, 3/30, where you will have the opportunity to voice your opinions on the various options for closing Moody St again this Summer
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! The decision on whether or not to close down Moody Street for another year of outdoor dining this Summer has yet... more ››
Charles River Community Health is hosting a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Thursday, March 23rd!
Clinic is open to all community members aged 6 months or older. No appointment, insurance, or ID required. See the attached... more ››
Need more at-home COVID-19 test kits? The Health Department has another round of FREE test kits to give out!
4 boxes (8 tests) per person, age 2+. Proof of Waltham residency is required. You can pick up tests in the Health Dept. (119 School St), M-... more ››
The Waltham Traffic Commission will be meeting at 10am to discuss the Moody Street proposal for outdoor dining for the Summer of 2023
In case you missed it – Ward 9 Councillor, Jonathan Paz held a Community Town Hall meeting on March 2nd to discuss the future of Moody... more ››
On Monday night, the Waltham City Council approved the CPC request for funds in the amount of $4,012,000 for the acquisition of 0 Prospect Hill Road / lot 1A Willard Street
This 5-acre parcel located in Ward 1 abuts Prospect Hill Park and has remained undeveloped and served as an unofficial entrance point to... more ››
A reminder that a winter storm watch is currently in effect through Wednesday morning. Heavy rain will continue and then transition over to snow this afternoon.
A high wind warning has also been issued, with gusts predicted up to 60mph. Strong winds with heavy wet snow could lead to multiple power... more ››
HEADS UP PARENTS & STUDENTS! All Waltham Public Schools will have an EARLY DISMISSAL tomorrow, 3/14
See below for a message from Superintendent Reagan:
Here are all the places you can get free meals to go and groceries in Waltham this week, 3/13-3/19
Plan ahead! According to multiple sources, a winter storm watch is in effect late tonight through Wednesday morning.
Waltham will likely see heavy rain tonight into tomorrow afternoon. The rain will then transition over to snow Tuesday afternoon through... more ››
**POSTPONED** The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) is holding a neighborhood meeting NEXT TUESDAY, 3/14 at 7pm regarding a utility project beginning soon along Lexington Street
**NOTE - Due to the pending snow storm, this meeting has been POSTPONED to Thursday, March 23rd @ 7pm in the KMS Auditorium....
We're currently seeking volunteers for our annual citywide clean-up!
The City of Waltham Public Works Department is holding their ANNUAL CITY WIDE CLEAN-UP on Saturday, April 22nd! This year's event will be... more ››
Families with children entering Kindergarten: The Waltham Family School invites you to the Kindergarten Family Resource Fair on Thurs, March 23 from 4–5:30pm at McDevitt Middle School!
Join us for an afternoon of fun where you’ll:
Waltham Partnership for Youth is now accepting applications for their Summer Internship Program!
This 6-week paid internship program runs from July 3rd - August 11th, 2023. The program is open to Waltham residents in... more ››
Rain barrels are currently available to Waltham residents at a discounted price! Save money, conserve rainwater, and protect a natural resource!
The deadline to order is March 26th, 2023. Pick-up will be held on April 8th and September 9th, 2023.... more ››
Here are all the places you can get free meals to go and groceries in Waltham this week, 3/6-3/12
The WPD is now accepting applications for the Waltham Police Citizen Academy that runs from April 5th - June 21st, 2023!
This 12 week program will show you the inner workings of police work and introduce you to subjects like patrol procedures, narcotics... more ››
The Clark Educational Loan is now available to eligible seniors and graduates of Waltham High School!
It is a non-interest bearing loan to apply toward post-secondary undergraduate education and is granted at the beginning of the second... more ››
Ward 9 City Councillor, Jonathan Paz, is hosting his own community Town Hall TONIGHT from 6:30-8pm at 119 School Street for residents & businesses to discuss the future of Moody Street.
The next meeting of the Waltham Traffic Commission will be held on Thursday, March 16th at 10am, where Mayor McCarthy will be proposing a... more ››