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Lake Pearl Parking Permits

Per the Board of Selectmen, the sale of Lake Pearl Boat Ramp Permits will be delayed for two months while the fee schedule is investigated. People who want to park at the boat ramp for ice fishing may do so. Permits will be available for sale on March 1, 2017 by online application and will be issued by the Police Department.

2017 Dog Licenses

2017 Dog Licenses are available in the Town Clerk's Office. They may be obtained in person at Town Hall, ordered on-line at UniPay Gold or via USPS mail (enclose 2017 Dog License Application, self-addressed, stamped envelope, and check made out to the “Town of Wrentham”, and mail to Town Clerk, 79 South Street, Wrentham, MA 02093). If no envelope is provided, licenses will be held at the Town Clerk’s office for pick-up.

April 3, 2017 Annual Town Election

The Annual Town Election is scheduled for Monday, April 3rd. Polls will be open at the Delaney Elementary School - Janelli Annex from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The following offices will be on the ballot:

  • Board of Assessors (3 year term)
  • Board of Health (3 year term)
  • Board of Selectmen (3 year term)
  • Fiske Library Trustee (3 year term)
  • Fiske Library Trustee (3 year term)
  • King Philip School Committee (3 year term)
  • Moderator (1 year term)
  • Planning Board (1 year term)
  • Planning Board (3 year term)
  • Planning Board (3 year term)
  • Wrentham Housing Authority (5 year term)
  • Wrentham School Committee (3 year term)
  • Wrentham School Committee (3 year term)

Residential Drop-off Single Stream Recycling

Residential Drop-off Single Stream Recycling now available at the Public Works Department

Due to safety reasons, access to the Recycling Drop-off will be limited during winter operations. Please contact the DPW at (508) 384-5477 prior to coming to the facility to make sure access is available. Thank you for your patience and support.

The Department of Public Works will be providing a container for residents to place their Single Stream, no sort co-mingled recyclables. The intent of this service is for residents who are eligible for curbside service and occasionally exceed the limitations of the curbside service or miss a scheduled collection.

This service is only available during the Department of Public Works normally scheduled work hours. Residents will be required to show ID and sign in before being allowed into the secured area of the property.
This service is not for commercial uses or for excessive amounts of materials usually associated with commercial operations.

No trash, construction materials, cans or bottles containing paint, aerosols, hazardous materials, broken glass, window glass, dishes, Pyrex, ceramics, light bulbs, plastic bags or Styrofoam will be accepted.

Recyclable materials eligible for drop-off are:

  • Clean paper; newspapers, magazines, paperboard, corrugated cardboard, phone books, brown bags, junk mail, office paper, milk cartons and juice boxes
  • Glass bottles/jars, all colors and sizes
  • Aluminum/tin/steel cans
  • Aluminum foil/pie plates
  • All plastic containers labeled 1-7
  • Aseptic juice boxes

For more information please contact the Department of Public Works at 508-384-5477.

Economic Development Opportunities

The Town of Wrentham has just released a new Economic Development Opportunities brochure. Click on this link to view the brochure.

Flu Shots

Flu Shots (12 years of age and older)

Office Appointments – Home Visits – Walk-Ins

Call Nurses’ office: 508-384-5485

Office Hours for Flu Shots: Starting in October
Mon., Wed., Thurs., 1 pm – 4 pm
Tues. 1 pm – 7 pm


Winter Parking Ban

By virtue of the authority granted at the Annual Town Meeting of 1961 (Article 24) and MGL Chapter 40, §21(16), an Overnight Ban of Parking on the Public Streets in Wrentham is hereby declared during the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. from December 1, 2016 to April 1, 2017. Vehicles which are found to interfere with the removal or plowing of snow and ice may be towed to a storage area and the registered owner thereof shall be responsible for charges incurred.

Wrentham Youth Baseball/Software Association Parade

The WYBSA parade will be held on April 22nd beginning at 10 am. The parade will start in the center of Town and conclude at Sweatt Fields.

Original Congregational Church's Upcoming Events

A non-profit, volunteer-run series of music events at the Original Congregational Church, 1 East St., Wrentham, MA (corner of Routes 140 and 1A). Tickets available online at website, at church office, or at door before concert. Get on our email mailing list for any changes to this season’s schedule, and for more information about future events.

Some Beatles will be added. This group has been very busy touring across North America.
Saturday, March 11, 2017, 7:30 p.m., $15 advance, $20 at door

A captivating quartet of high-spirited Celtic music, performing throughout eastern U.S. and beyond.
Saturday, April 8, 2017, 7:30 p.m., $20 advance, $25 at door

Various church choirs, choruses, bell and chime choirs, and other performers
Saturday, May 7, 2017, 5:00 p.m., free, but provide a pot luck dish if you can

Former lead singer for bluegrass band Seldom Scene, performing songs of Pete Seeger.
Saturday, May 13, 2017, 7:30 p.m., $15 advance, $20 at door

The harmonica and guitar duo Baza (1920-1940 style blues) opens for Blackstone Valley Bluegrass. Great fun!
Saturday, June 3, 2017, 7:30 p.m., $15 advance, $20 at door

Save the Date - Opioid Presentation

Dr. Ruth Potee, family physician and Chair of the Opioid Task Force of Franklin County will be making a presentation about substance abuse, addition and teen brain development. The presentation will be held on Thursday, June 15th from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the King Philip Regional High School Auditorium. Admission is free. Resource agencies and educational material will be available. This presentation is sponsored by the Wrentham Public Health Nurses.


Drought Advisory Affects the Town of Wrentham

Update - February 2017

While conditions have begun to improe, we still are experiencing below average rainfall. As a result, Wrentham will remain in the Stage V Water Ban.

Following sixth straight months of below average rainfall and warm weather, the state has declared a Drought Warning for all of eastern Massachusetts. The Town of Wrentham’s aquifer water supplies have experienced a significant drop and are extremely low due to excessively high demand for water. These conditions raise serious public health and safety concerns including increased risk for wildfires and possible future contamination of our drinking water supply as levels continue to decrease. To combat this hazard the Town has declared a Stage V Water Ban. Effective immediately, all outdoor water use is banned. There are no exceptions. The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency is asking the public, including households and businesses that draw water from private wells, to conserve water by reducing both outdoor and indoor use.

Read more about the water ban>>

Please contact the Department of Public Works at 508-384-5477 for more detailed information.