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Coronavirus update for Waltham Residents from the Waltham Health Department

We understand many of you may have questions regarding the respiratory illness caused by the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCOV) that was... more ››

See attached for information outlining the eligibility requirements & an application for the affordable housing lottery at the brand new "The Edison" at 20 Cooper St!

Applications must be delivered, or postmarked, by 2pm, April 27th, 2020, applications postmarked by the deadline must be... more ››

FYI - Eversource Energy will be conducting maintenance work in its right of way (power line corridor) in Waltham starting in March through Summer 2020

This work includes replacing select wooden transmission structures with steel structures to help maintain the infrastructure that supports... more ››

Free tax preparation help is available for for low-income Waltham households through Bentley University's VITA Program (Sponsored by Watertown Savings Bank)!

The program is staffed by volunteers, and is open to taxpayers with household income under $60,000/year.

Dates:... more ››

As flu activity continues to spread across the U.S., take 3 steps to #FightFlu

1.Take time to get a flu vaccine! It’s not too late!2.Take everyday preventive actions to stop the spread of germs.3.Take antiviral drugs... more ››

Registered voters may vote prior to the March 3rd Presidential Primary Election! See the Early Voting Schedule here:

The last day to register to vote or change your party for the March 3, 2020 Presidential Primaries is February 12, 2020.... more ››

Coronavirus update for Waltham Residents from the Waltham Health Department

We understand many of you may have questions regarding the respiratory illness caused by the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCOV) that was... more ››

See the full list of 2020 holidays

When there is a holiday, all Waltham Public Schools, Waltham City offices, and the Waltham Public Library will be closed, Trash &... more ››

Do you want to enjoy a FUN-FILLED day  -  serving your community, meeting new people, and earning some money? The Office of the City Clerk is looking for Election Day Workers!

Election Workers must:
Be registered to vote in Massachusetts; Be available to work Election Day from 6:00 a.m. to 8:... more ››

The Francis Cabot Lowell Mill apartments will be temporarily reopening their waiting list at the Mill, but ONLY for applicants who are under 50 years old and disabled

They will not be accepting or handing out applications until January 23rd. See the attachment for more. Questions? Call 781-891-4108. 

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