Town Buildings Closed - Updated February 25th
While Wrentham is still in a declared disaster declaration global pandemic, but positive signs are evident with elementary schools likely going in-person in April, our case counts are going down and vaccinations are starting to ramp up. However, the public is encouraged to do business remotely when possible and/or make an appointment with respective offices, as we still have building occupancy and distancing requirements that must be met.
Beginning Monday, March 1, 2021 the Council on Aging will open to the public with reduced programs, pre-registration and COVID protocols.
Beginning Monday, March 15, 2021 all Public Buildings will open to the public under Office Space sector specific COVID guidelines.
Residents may continue to pay bills to the Tax Collector or a dog license to the Town Clerk, on-line at https://wrentham.ma.us/wrentham-ma-depts/tax-collector-treasurer/make-payments-pay-taxes or deposit paymens in the DropBox (on the TD Bank side of Town Hall). If you wish to contact a particular department, see below:
2021 Annual Town Election
The Annual Town Election is scheduled for April 5, 2021. Nomination Papers have been submitted and the Clerk's office is working on the ballot. More information on how to obtain a mail in ballot will be coming shortly. Please note that there will NOT be any In-Person Early Voting for this election. Polling hours for April 5th will be from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Delaney Elementary School, 120 Taunton Street.
Town Clerk's Notice (Marriages, Notary, Dog Licenses)
Effective March 15th, the Town Clerk's office will accept Marriage Intentions and provide Notary Services By Appointment Only.
2021 Dog Licenses
Dog Licenses for 2021 are now available. No appointments will be made to obtain dog licenses. The office is encouraging residents to pay On-Line or submit payment in the Dropbox (on TD Bank side). We will gladly mail your new 2021 dog's license to you. Don't forget proof of rabies.