Municipal Services

For General Inquiries:
Contact: Megan J. Zammuto
Assistant Town Administrator
Executive Director
Address: Maynard Town Building
195 Main Street
Maynard, MA 01754
Phone: 978-897-1302
Fax: 978-897-8489
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8am to 4pm
Tuesdays: 8am to 7pm
Friday: 8am-noon

The Office of Municipal Services manages and operates the planning, economic development and regulatory service functions of the Town. The Office is a customer service department oriented to the review and inspection processes that ensure the public health, safety, environmental and community concerns are met in an effective, timely and cost efficient manner. The Office is managed by the Assistant Town Administrator / Executive Director of Municipal Services.

The Office of Municipal Services integrates the following different regulatory divisions: Public Health, Building & Inspections, Planning & Licensing and Conservation. These separate departments were merged into one office which has been focused to better serve the citizens, business permit holders and contractors by enhancing the management and communication ability among all of these entities. These divisions working independently and collaboratively enforce all codes, laws, and ordinances relating to their respective divisions. Staff provides support to the Town’s regulatory boards and commissions respectively: the Board of Health, Planning Board, Board of Appeals, Local Licensing Authority and Conservation Commission.

If you have any general questions or requests, please email us at:


Maynard Business Guide

The Town of Maynard has created this Business Guide to help navigate municipal procedures – including permitting, licensing and zoning – in a simple, straight-forward format. It is part of a larger effort to simplify municipal processes and maintain a customer friendly environment within Town Hall.

The guide provides contact information and will help commercial customers, prospective businesses, and residents save time and money when interacting with Town Hall. Most information can also be found on the Town website. Additionally, Maynard’s Office of Municipal Services staff is available to answer any questions you may have and help you get started.

We understand the permitting process can appear cumbersome, but in addition to ensuring both regulatory compliance and the health and safety of the public, local permitting creates a healthy business environment. If you succeed, Maynard succeeds and the Town wants to do everything it can to ensure your business is a success!

Click here to download the Maynard Business Guide.


Department Staff

Name Title
Email Megan Zammuto Assistant Town Administrator
Executive Director
Email Zoe Piel Administrative Assistant
Email Richard Asmann Building Commissioner
(to schedule a building inspection please call 978-897-1373)
Adam Sahlberg Plumbing & Gas Inspector
Peter Morrison Inspector of Wires
Email (vacant) Health Director
Email Beth Grossman Food Inspector
Email Bill Nemser Planning Director
Email Julia Flanary Conservation Agent / Assistant Town Planner

Municipal Services Divisions


Winter Municipal Parking Program

The 2022-2023 Parking Permits are available for purchase for $60 from the Office of Municipal Services. This program is designed for residents that rely on on-street parking for their vehicle. From December 1st  – March 15th overnight on-street parking is not permitted.

Please visit the Winter Parking Program page for more information and the application form.


Town Announces Childcare Subsidies for Local Families

The Towns of Acton, Boxborough, Littleton, Maynard and Westford have been awarded funds from the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development through a regional CARES ACT Community Development Block Grant Program to provide COVID-specific relief to local communities.

Childcare Subsidies are available for low to moderate-income families in all five towns. Participating families will receive up to $5,000 per child towards their daycare or after school costs so that parents and guardians may work, go to school or seek employment.

Funds will be allocated to income qualified families on a first come, first serve basis by each Town using the income limits below. Interested and qualifying residents should submit a completed application

Income Eligibility Chart (80% of Area Median Income)

Income Limit for
Residents of Maynard
2 $77,000
3 $86,650
4 $96,250
5 $103,950
6 $111,650
7 $119,350
8 $127,050

For more information please contact the Department Assistant to the Office of Municipal Services, Janelle Franklin, by calling 978-897-1302 or emailing