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Coyote Warning (posted 9/11/14)

This past week, Wrentham had two (2) quarantines for dogs that had altercations with coyotes (a pack of 4) over at the Lind farm area heading towards Dowling Landscape and Shire Drive in Norfolk. These coyotes are very aggressive and pulled the dogs into the woods forcing the owners to go in after them.

On one occasion a women was followed for about a half mile by the coyotes. She was obviously very shaken up by the incidence.

Massachusetts Wildlife and Fisheries have been contacted before the situation becomes more serious. The Town is advising residents to avoid walking the paths in this area until further notice.

If you have any questions or can provide any additional sighting reports, please contact Wrentham's Animal Control Officer at (508) 384-2121.

West Nile Virus was Found in Wrentham

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced on September 11 2013, that the West Nile Virus has been detected from mosquitos collected in Wrentham. Click for more General Information on the Virus.

Mosquitoes and Ticks

We would like to bring to your attention , an imporant summertime information campaign being undertaken by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health about the serious risks from mosquito and tick bites. The campaign is titled: Mosquitoes and Ticks: They're Out in Mass!

Click the link to find out valuable information to ensure you and your family have a healthy and happy summer.

In addition, the Town will allow people to put out an extra barrel of trash without the purchase of the purple bags next week for anyone who missed the regularly scheduled pickup due to the Hurricane.

 

For all question or inquiries related to this information, please contact the Department of Public Works at 508-384-5477