Community Alerts

Fire Department Training

Multiple Towns will be participating in training on Friday, August 18, 2017 at 795 East Street between the hours of 8:45 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Please be aware of Fire and Police presence in the area. For questions, please contact the Wrentham Fire Department at (508) 384-6959.

Scam Alert!

Residents are reporting credit card scam calls.The caller ID shows Wrentham Town Hall but the telephone number has nothing to do with Wrentham Town Hall.

It's a scam!  Do not give out any personal information. Please be aware and share this alert with others.

Wrentham's Future of Route 1 Corridor

The Town of Wrentham, along with the Pare Corporation/McCabe Enterprises consultant team, will be performing the Route 1 Corridor – Transportation, Circulation, Zoning and Land Use Study through funding provided by the Mass. Gaming Commission Community Mitigation Fund in an effort to develop a vision for the Route 1 Corridor within Town. All are welcome to share thoughts and ideas about the existing conditions and potential uses of this corridor. Click this link to take an on-line survey for the Route 1 Corridor Study.

June 5th Annual Town Meeting - 2018 FinCom Budget Presentation

Click here to view the Finance Committee's 2018 Budget Presentation shown at the June 5, 2017 Annual Town Meeting.

Sweatt Beach

Sweatt Beach is open for the 2017 season and will close on Sunday, August 27th. The beach is a public beach and open daily 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. - weather permitting. Click here to go to the Recreation Page for more detailed information on Sweatt Beach.

Lake Pearl Parking Permits

The sale of Lake Pearl Boat Ramp Parking Permits may be purchased ON-LINE ONLY and will be issued by the Police Department. Please select "On-Line Payments" from the left-hand side Dropdown menu and follow the prompts.


Drought Advisory Affects the Town of Wrentham - Updated April 2017

This is an important message from the Town of Wrentham:

Due to the abundant spring rains the Drought Management Task Force has downgraded our drought status from a Watch to an Advisory. Additionally, MassDEP has certified Wrentham’s 2016 residential gallons per capita day (RGPD) at 59 RGPD. Previously, we were in violation of our Water Withdrawal Permit conditions of a maximum RGPD of 65. This successful change is a direct result of our Town’s conservation efforts. Due to both of these conditions, the Town of Wrentham will now be at a Stage II Water Ban. This stage is effective annually from May 1 through September 30. All non-essential outdoor water use is restricted daily between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Permissive uses are allowed.

Permissive uses allowed outside the hours of 7:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. are:

  • Irrigation during the months of May or September to establish a new lawn or new plantings; irrigation of public parks and recreational fields by means of automatic sprinklers; watering of lawns, gardens, flowers and ornamental plants by means of a handheld hose; and irrigation using stored storm-water runoff.

These restrictions are mandatory for all residents of the Town of Wrentham; including residents on private wells.

Read more about the water ban

More information about Wrentham's Water Department

Water Deficit Continues Throughout Most of Massachusetts

Performance Standards for Public Water Supplies

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

Economic Development Opportunities

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


Operation  Stand-Down - Helping Veterans

The Wrentham Public Health Nurses are collecting supplies needed for the Massachusetts Association of Public Health Nurses to provide foot care & supplies to our homeless veterans & those in need. This event will be held on:
September 8, 2017, Government Center Plaza, Boston, MA.

The following supplies are needed:

  • Nail clippers
  • White cotton socks
  • Vick Vapor Rub – small bottles
  • Nail brushes (with handle)
  • Nail files & cuticle sticks (hard/rough files)
  • Dr. Scholl bunion cushions (round or oval precut)
  • Shoe insert pads
  • Anti fungal powder
  • Baby powder (large & small sizes)
  • Lotions (large & small bottles)
  • Liquid soap & bars of soap
  • Zip-lock quart size baggies
  • Travel size toiletries
  • Deodorant
  • Shampoo
  • Toothbrushes & toothpaste

To donate any supplies there are collection boxes located in:

  • Public Health Nurses Office - Town Hall - 79 South St. 508-384-5485
  • Wrentham Senior Center - 400 Taunton St. 508-384-5425
  • Fiske Public Library – 110 Randall Rd. 508-384-5440

Call Nurses Office for pick up if unable to bring supplies to donation locations. Final day for donations is Wednesday August 10th. For more information see the web site:

Wrentham Day 2017

The 33th Annual Wrentham Day and Wrentham Wroad Wrace will be held on Saturday, September 2, 2017 from 9 am to 3 pm (rain or shine). The Wrentham Wroad Wrace kicks off at 10 am at the Town Common. Wrentham Day is a great community event that has something to offer all ages. There will be informational booths and vendors selling their goods, as well as crafts and games. Some of the highlights of the day are the Wrentham Wroad Wrace, the Giant Banana Split sponsored by the Wrentham Lions Club, the Pioneer Engine Company's clam chowder, and the traditional burgers and hot dogs served up by the Wrentham Youth Baseball/Softball Association. Click here to be directed to the

Wrentham Recreation - Concerts on the Common 2017

August 20, 2017 - Berkshire Valley Boys
August 27, 2017 - Kenny Cetera (from band Chicagi)
September 2, 2017 - Wrentham Day - Infractions

(Sponsored by the Sweatt Advisory Committee)