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Automated Trash and Recycling Collection
The Town converted to automated curbside trash and recycling collection. Carts were provided to all households eligible for service. Residents received a blue 96 gallon wheeled cart for recycling and a black 35 gallon wheeled cart for trash.
Due to efficiencies created utilizing automated collection, this will result in an increased level of service and a projected cost savings of over $ 700,000.00.
All trash and recyclables intended for curbside collection must be properly placed in the provided wheeled carts. Trash is collected weekly on your normally scheduled day. Trash intended for collection must be properly placed curbside by 7 AM and placed in the official Town provided black 35 gallon wheeled cart or in the official Pay-As-You-Throw (PAYT) purple bags. Trash placed in any other manner will not be collected.
Recycling collection occurs on a bi-weekly schedule on your currently scheduled collection day. All eligible households are collected during the same week. Recycling intended for collection must be properly placed curbside by 7 AM inside the Town provided blue 96 gallon wheeled cart. Additional wheeled recycling carts may be placed for collection. Additional carts must be the Town's official cart or properly labelled as recycling. If it is not an official Town cart, it must be compatible with the automated collection equipment to receive service. Additional Recycling carts are available for purchase through the Town (call 508-384-5477 for further information).
Bulky and hard to manage wastes (TVs, mattresses, refrigerators, ACs, furniture, etc.) are collected by appointment only. Eligible households may utilize this service up to once per month (call 1-800-321-3002).
All inquiries on the trash/recycling program should be directed to the Department of Public Works at 508-384-5477.
Fire Truck Parade
The Wrentham Fire Department and the Mass. Cruisers are sponsoring a Fire Truck Parade on Sunday, August 21, 2016. Trucks will be entering Wrentham Center via East Street at 8:55 p.m. Click here to view the Fire Truck Parade Flyer.
Concerts on the Common - 2016
All concerts are held on Sunday evenings beginning at at 6:00PM unless otherwise noted. The concerts are paid for with funds received through the Sweatt Fund. Here is the schedule of concerts for the 2016 Season:
- August 21: Infractions
- August 28: Jeffrey Gaines
- September 3: Wrentham Day - music from 11-2 with Infractions
First Day of School for Wrentham Elementary Students
Wrentham Day 2016
GATRA Tri-Town Connector
The Tri-Town Connector provides expanded bus service to the towns of Norfolk, Wrentham and Foxborough and will also connect to the Franklin Area Bus (FAB) at the Big Y in Franklin. Click here to view the GATRA Schedule.
There will be several stops along the Tri-Town Connector route, including the Wrentham downtown municipal parking lot and senior center, Foxborough's Patriot Place marketplace and medical centers, and the MBTA station and Massachusetts Correctional Institution prisons in Norfolk.
The bus will operate Monday through Friday from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM, and on Saturday from 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM. Click here to view Quick Tips and Rates.
Except along Route 1, passengers may board the bus anywhere along the bus route by waving to the driver as the vehicle approaches. All GATRA transportation is equipped with accessibility for wheelchairs.
Elderly and Disabled Taxation Aid Fund
The Town has funds available to assist elderly and/or disabled Wrentham residents to defray the cost of the property taxes. Click here for more information.