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Naylor Court / Basin Area Presentation – Dec 11th

The Town of Maynard and The Urban Land Institute of Boston / New England
presents
Re-imagining Naylor Court (aka “The Basin”)

Join the Planning Board for a presentation by the Urban Land Institute of Boston / New England on their recommendations to improve the “basin” / “Naylor Court” area on Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 6:00 pm in the Roosevelt Room of the Maynard Public Library.

Winter Storm Information

The Public Emergency Information Line is active.  You can call 978-897-1332 for information about town services during the storm.

A large winter storm has finally stopped in the Maynard area. Please continue to avoid parking on the streets so that the final snow plowing operations can proceed smoothly.

The Storm Updates page also provides information from a variety of sources regarding public safety during the storm.   Check the page for the latest updates.

Please check the Winter Storm Preparation and Cold Weather pages for valuable information to protect you and your property.

The Maynard Fire Department reminds everyone that seconds count when there is a fire.  Keeping hydrants shoveled out and clear can mean the difference between life and death should a fire break out near you.

Great Road Construction Activity

Starting on or around Monday 11/18/19, Detour Construction will be working on Great Road installing loam and seed adjacent to recently constructed sidewalks.

All roads will remain open, but at times may be subject to alternating one-way traffic. Temporary pedestrian detours may be employed in order to reconstruct the existing sidewalks. Police Details will be deployed.

We will make every effort to notify residents of any substantial schedule changes.  If you have any questions please contact the Maynard DPW at 978-897-1317 or dpw@townofmaynard.net.

2020 Tax Classification Hearings – Nov 19th

As required by Massachusetts General Law Chapter 40, Section 56, the Maynard Board of Selectmen will hold their annual fiscal year 2020 Tax Classification Hearings on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at 7:20 PM in the Michael J. Gianotis meeting Room (No. 201) at the Maynard Town Building. The purpose of the hearing is to determine the percentages of the local tax levy to be borne by each class of real property. The public is welcome to attend.

DPW: 2019 Fall Paving Program (UPDATED 12-Nov)

UPDATED! 12-Nov: The Town of Maynard has contracted with Massachusetts Broken Stone Company to reconstruct six (6) roadways within the Town of Maynard in the fall of 2019.

We are pleased to report that the DPW’s paving contractors have completed paving on:

  • Acton Street
  • Brown Street
  • Great Road
  • Mockingbird Lane
  • Nason Street
  • Mill Street
  • Glenwood Cemetery “upper section”

We would like to thank our contractors Mass Broken Stone & P.J. Keating in completing these projects. The DPW would also like to thank all Maynard residents for their patience and understanding during this process.

We will make every effort to notify residents of any substantial schedule changes.  If you have any questions please contact the Maynard DPW at   dpw@townofmaynard.net or 978-897-1317.

Veterans Day in Maynard 2019

The Maynard Veterans Council will hold our annual Veterans Day parade on Monday, November 11, 2019. All participants meet at the parking lot behind the Town Hall at 10:30 AM and steps off at 11:00 AM.

On this day we honor the men and women who served our nation either past or present. They left their homeland making sacrifices in the jungle, in the desert, in the frozen north or small pacific islands. We are ever indebted to these veterans who keep our country free.

We are joined by town and state officials, civic organizations including Boy and Girl Scouts and the Maynard High School Band. The march loops downtown Maynard proceeding down Main Street turning onto Summer Street and stop at Memorial Park for our commemoration ceremonies. The parade will return via Nason Street to the Town Hall for dismissal.

In case of bad weather, the ceremony will be held in the Stewart Campbell room in the Town Hall.

DPW: Annual Street Sweeping

The Department of Public Works will be starting its annual fall street sweeping process beginning October 28th and lasting until completion around the end of the month in November. Impacts as it relates to the operation will be minimal, slowed traffic patterns, and one-way traffic. The Department will be following its pre-determined priority street sweeping list, starting on Great Road and following the list below:

  1.  Business District/Main Street Area
  2. Fletcher St. Area
  3. Vose Hill Area to Sudbury Town Line
  4. Old Marlboro Rd Area
  5. Presidential Area
  6. Butler, Crane, Douglas Terraces etc.
  7. Elmwood, Fairfield, Thompson etc.
  8. Glendale, Prospect Tremont & Concord St Area
  9. Upper Acton Area, Maple, Brooks Linden
  10. Lincoln, Brooks, Mayfield, Amory, Randall Areas
  11. Mockingbird, Dix, Durant, Patti Area
  12. Howard, Florida, Summerhill
  13. Pine, Spring, Sudbury

Public Works wants to thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Special Town Meeting Reminder

A reminder to all residents that there is a Special Town Meeting on Monday, October 28th, 7pm at the Fowler School.

For residents with children, the National Honor Society students will be offering free babysitting services onsite throughout the meeting.

Thank you for your time, and we hope to see everyone at Special Town Meeting!

Click here for more information about this Town Meeting.