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What's New Summary - April 4th
Published on Apr 4, 2024 15:34

What's New Summary - April 4th

Brush Dump Schedule Change 

The Brush Dump will be closed starting Wednesday, April 3rd through Friday, April 5th and will reopen on Saturday, April 6th from 9AM to 1PM.

Flyer - Brush Dump Schedule Change

Notice to Wrentham Water Customers - Hydrant Flushing 

The Wrentham Department of Public Works, Water Division, will be flushing water mains and hydrants. This action will go for approximately five (5) weeks, as part of an ongoing preventative maintenance program to improve water quality, starting April 7, 2024.
Customers are advised that a drop in pressure and some discoloration of the water may occur while the flushing is in progress. If this occurs, you should wait until we are out of the area and then run your cold water for several minutes and it should clear up.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation. Any questions should be directed to the Public Works Department at (508) 384-5477. 

Spring Hydrant Flushing Schedule

Flyer - Hydrant Flushing

National DEA Medication Take Back Day 

National DEA Medication Take Back Day is taking place Saturday, April 27 from 9am to 12pm at Wrentham Public Safety Building,  behind 79 South Street (Town Hall). Items accepted: Tablets, pills, lotions, patches, liquids. This "Drive-in and Drop" event is co-sponsored by Town of Wrentham and SAFE Coalition.

FLYER - Medication Take Bake Day

Wrentham Recreation presents the Spring Pickleball Clinic Series

Unlock your pickleball potential by joining Wrentham Recreation's Spring Pickleball Clinic Series. Whether you're a beginner or seasoned intermediate player, these clinics are tailored to enhance your skills. Don't miss out on the fun as we strive to elevate your game! Register today as space is limited. For any inquiries, email [email protected]. For all the details and to register visit

FLYER - Spring Pickleball Series

Wrentham Youth Baseball Softball Association Open Day Celebrations

On Saturday, April 20, 2024 the parade will kick off opening day celebrations starting at the Center Parking Lot at 10AM, proceeding down 1A towards the Sweatt Complex, down Randall Road and concluding the McMorrow Field. 

FLYER - WYBSA Opening Day

April Edition of the Council on Aging's Looking Ahead Newsletter Now Available

Check out the April Newsletter for Weekly Activities, Monthly Events, Trip Announcements, Special Events, and more! 

Council on Aging - Looking Ahead - April 

Flyer - COA Looking Ahead April News Letter

Posted Meetings - Stay in the Know! 

View all Posted Agendas for Wrentham's Boards, Committees, and Commissions on the Posted Meetings Page.

Coming up we have the Zoning Board of Appeals on April 10th and Conservation Commission on April 11th. 

FLYER - Posted Meetings Stay in the Know

Annual Town Meeting 

The Annual Town Meeting will be held at King Philip Regional Highschool on Monday, June 3, 2024 starting at 7PM. 

FLYER - Town Meeting Info

Municipal Offices Closed 

Please be advised Municipal Offices will be closed on Monday, April 15th in observance of Patriot's Day.

Flyer - Municipal Offices Closed

2023 Community Preservation Project Submission Deadlines 

The Community Preservation Committee is accepting applications for funds now through May 15, 2024. For more details see the Community Preservation Committee Webpage

Applicant Guide to CPC

Resident Guide to CPC

MBTA Communities Zoning 

Learn more about MBTA Communities Zoning Law on our MBTA Communities Project Page. Check out this Interactive Mapping Tool provided by MAPC to deep dive into Wrentham's MBTA Communities Act District Suitability Analysis. We've created this Brief User Guide to walk you through the mapping tool. 

MBTA Communities Info Graphic

Volunteer Opportunities 

Are you interested in getting involved in our community? If so, we have an excellent opportunity that may interest you!

The Zoning Board of Appeals is seeking interested volunteers to join! There are currently 4 (four) vacancies, 2 (two) full members and  2 (two) associate members. The Zoning Board of Appeals is the permit granting authority in Wrentham. They have the authority to hear and decide petitions for appeals of zoning orders and decisions made by the Building Commissioner, variances with respect to land or structures, Special Permits for certain projects as allowed for in the Zoning By-laws, and Comprehensive Permits under Chapter 40B of the Massachusetts General Laws. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Select Board or Land Use Offices. 

There are 2 (two) vacancies on the Wrentham Commission on Disability. Members serve a 2 year staggered term and the Commission has a total of 5 members.

Fill out the Board/Committee/Commission application and return to the Select Board office either in person, via mail, or email at [email protected] 

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