Lazaro Paving Corp. will be paving Stow Street, Tavern Road and Milton Street on Tuesday & Wednesday, 4/24-4/25. Stow St and... more ››
Heads up - Waltham's Tick Tock Trolley will not operate tonight, Friday 4/20 or tomorrow, Saturday 4/21.
Regular service will resume next week.
The first of Healthy Waltham & The Recreation Department's "Waltham Walks Meetups" is tomorrow, 6:30pm at Leary Field!
Take a walk, meet others, and get fit!
All members of the Waltham City Council Meeting invite you to attend their meeting on Monday, April 23rd at 7:30pm, to Support Autism Awareness & Acceptance
The Waltham School Committee is holding a Public Hearing on May 2nd regarding the required annual vote on whether or not the Waltham Public Schools will participate in the State School Choice Program
If you would like an old Fitch Elementary School Chair and Desk, the City is offering to the public the opportunity to purchase a desk and chair (pair) of your choice for only $6.00! See more details and photos attached
Do you want a piece of memorabilia from your grade school days? Are you a collector of old and indestructible school furnishings?
A reminder that trash & recycling pick-up is running on a holiday schedule this week. Place your carts out 1 DAY AFTER your regularly scheduled pick-up day.
If your regularly scheduled pick-up day is Monday, then your trash & recycling will be picked-up on Tuesday, Tuesday on Wednesday,... more ››
Waltham City Council will be holding a Special Meeting April 30th at 6:30pm for the purpose of holding a Citizen Input Hearing regarding a proposed amendment to the General Ordinances of the City of Waltham
See the meeting agenda & proposed ordinance amendment attached
Save money & help Waltham's waterways - Come down to the Make your own Rain Barrel Workshop on Sat, May 5th!
Anyone who has not yet received a 2018 excise tax bill should call the Treasurer’s Office at (781) 314-3250.
Cedarwood Residents- The City has contracted Lazaro Paving Corp. to pave a portion of Stow St, Tavern Rd, Milton St, and Caldwell Rd. Milling will take place 4/17-4/18 & paving 4/23-4/25.
See the full project update and a paving map here: http://bit.ly/2IJP4S1
A traffic signal reconstruction project will begin this month at two intersections in Waltham, replacing existing traffic signal equipment with new equipment and upgrading the signal timing and phasing
Come see the Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra's "Australian Dreamscape" show with Plympton School Children, May 6th at 3pm!
See the attached flyer for details:
Join us for the next event in Council on Aging's 4 part series on "Aging in Waltham - What every caregiver & Senior citizen should know" tomorrow, April 10th!
This series is open to anyone, not just Waltham residents. Please share and register by calling 781-314-3499:
Know someone who has provided extraordinary public service in Waltham? The deadline to nominate an individual for the Kevin M. Ritcey Award for Outstanding Public Service has been EXTENDED to Tuesday, April 17th!
Reminder to taxpayers - Fourth quarter real estate bills have been mailed and are due on Tuesday May 1st, 2018!
The City of Waltham Treasurer’s Office would like to remind taxpayers that FY2018 Fourth quarter real estate bills have been mailed and are... more ››
Post Offices in the Greater Boston area are hiring 400 letter carriers over the next 6 months to fill vacant positions in the region. See details and how to apply here:
Local candidates are urged to act quickly, with the first wave of online applications now available at the Postal Service’s career website... more ››
The City is now accepting applications for their 2018 SummerWorks student employment program. The program is a citywide effort to provide... more ››
Heads up - A planned Eversource outage is planned for Monday Morning, April 23rd, beginning at 12:01am (weather permitting) in the Moody St area.
The planned outage that had been scheduled for Monday morning, March 19 starting at 12:01AM and cancelled due to weather, has been re-... more ››