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Bring your child anyways – model the behavior you want them to have and when they’ve truly had enough, take them out. Hopefully they’ll last a little longer each week!
Plus, storytime is a great way to meet other parents with children the same age, get out of the house and socialize!
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The link below includes a list of FAQ’s from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health
The link below includes FAQ’s from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
In addition, The Board of Selectmen have the authority to declare a local state of emergency at any time they deem appropriate. This depending on what the state of emergency was declared for could trigger a parking ban. The parking ban hours would be determined by the Board of Selectmen and not necessarily limited to the hours of 11:00 P.M. to 6:00 A.M. The Board of Selectmen also reserve the right to restrict parking as they deem necessary.
Please review the Firearms licensing page on our website using the link below and call the police department to speak with a licensing official if you have any questions about the procedures or application. Thank you.
Mail it to:Criminal History Systems BoardAttn: Records Unit200 Arlington St., Ste. 2200Chelsea, MA 02150
Residents may put their Christmas Tree’s out at the Curb and Public Works crew will remove them, All Tree’s must be free of any decorations and not in plastic bags, all Tree’s must be placed curbside by January 6th.
Residents who currently participate in Town trash pickup should call Waste Management at 1-800-972-4545
$22 per item fee
The Town of Whitman is collaborating with HandUp, a New Bedford-based business, to offer Town residents a convenient and cost-effective way to recycle unwanted mattresses and box springs responsibly.
As of September 29th, Whitman residents can directly contact HandUp to make an appointment for the curbside pickup of a mattress and/or box spring by going directly to this website LINK or by calling (774) 271-8744. Please note curbside pickup will occur one time per month. The charge for each mattress or box spring is $47.
The water meter replacement project has started and will continue until all water meters are replaced with the new Allegro Master meter. Water meter replacements will be done during regular DPW business hours. There are also some limited appointments for after normal hours and weekends. Please contact the DPW as soon as possible to reserve one of these appointments.
Call the Whitman Department of Public Works at 781-447-7630 Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. In the event your call is not answered, please leave a message with your name, address, telephone number, and a time that is best to return your call.
Any interruption of water service will only occur during the meter changeover, it typically will be less than 30 minutes, in some cases it may take longer. The new meter will allow reading from outside your home and remove any need for a meter reader to enter your home to read the meter, or having to phone in the reading yourself. This will end estimated bills. The new meter system can enter readings electronically to billing resulting in complete accuracy and elimination of hand entries.
Homeowners are obligated to provide clear and unobstructed access to the water meter. Any boxes or stored items should be cleared prior to the arrival of the meter installer. If for any reason, the water meter has been covered by drywall or paneling it is the homeowner’s responsibility to ensure that access be created. The water meter is the property of the Town of Whitman, Clear and free access to it must be provided.
In some cases, plumbing repairs may be required prior to meter installation. If defective plumbing, inoperative shut off valves or deteriorated pipes prevent meter replacement, you will be required to hire a licensed plumber to make the necessary repairs. A fully functioning main shut off valve before the water meter, knowing the location and how to operate this valve is an absolute must for homeowners and household members. The main valve is the one to stop most plumbing catastrophes, such as a burst pipe. If your main shut off valve does not work you must replace it.
NO, pipes and plumbing on your property are installed by private contractors and are the responsibility of the homeowner. The homeowner owns the pipes and plumbing from the curb stop shut off valve (usually located at the property line by the street) into and thru the entirety of their home. In order to connect to and continue to receive water from the Whitman Water Distribution System it is a condition of the Town of Whitman Department of Public Works Water Rules and Regulations that “Consumers shall keep their own water pipes and fixtures connected therewith in good repair and protected from freezing at their own expense”
The new meters will have technology that permit faster and more accurate reading. This will also make billing processes faster and more efficient. The new meters eliminate any need to access the property for a reading.
Yes, the new meters have a digital display to be read manually.
Water meter replacement is mandatory. All meters belonging to the Town of Whitman Water Distribution System will be changed. If you do not allow the Town to install the new water meter, you will no longer receive service from the Whitman Water Distribution System or the Whitman Sanitary Sewer System. Your water service will be turned off.
The licensing period is July 1 - June 30 each year. A proof of rabies certificate must be presented and proof of neuter or spay must be shown. The cost of licensing is:
A late fee of $25 is imposed on any license issued after August 31. A rabies clinic is held every year, call the Board of Health for date at 781-618-9755.
Call Waste Management at 800-972-4545 to schedule a pick-up.