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This is an important message from the Town of Wrentham:
Following four months of unusually dry weather, the state has declared a Drought Advisory for Southeastern Massachusetts. The Town of Wrentham’s aquifer water supplies have experienced a significant drop in the space of a month and are extremely low due to excessively high demand for water. These conditions raise serious public safety concerns including increased risk for wildfires and possible future contamination of the water supply as water levels continue to decrease. To combat this hazard, a ban on all non-essential outdoor water use is required. Therefore, effective immediately, all outdoor watering by sprinkler is banned and only hand watering (from a hose or watering can) is allowed. Also, any outdoor burning or fires are banned as well.
Please contact the Department of Public Works for more detailed information.
Click here for Information on Trash and Recycling
Click here for the 2016-2017 Trash/Recycling Calendar
New 96 Gallon Recycling Bins are still being delivered at NO COST to each qualifying household.
New 35 gallon trash bins are being delivered. You must begin using these effective Monday August 1, 2016. Trash not placed inside the new 35 gallon bin will not be collected.
Trash and recycling carts must be curbside by 7 AM.
If you received a 32 gallon trash barrel in ERROR, DO NOT use the barrel; it will be picked up on your regular trash day during the month of July!
A dumpster is available at the DPW for collection of rigid plastics (e.g., old trash barrels/recycling bins) no longer needed.
Wrentham Residents - Click Here to Read About our New Announcement Regarding Local Alert Notifications through Nixle