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Town Paving Projects Schedule - Posted 9/18/2018
*   Surface Grinding - September 19 & 20 
     *   Pleasant Street 
     *   Elm Street 
     *   School Street 

*   Paving - September 24 
     *   Station Ave 
     *   School Street 

*   Paving - Week of October 1 
     *   Pleasant Street 
     *   Elm Street 
     *   Martins Pond Road 

*   Paving - Week of October 15 
     *   Castle Drive 
     *   Rooks Run 

*   Skim Repairs - On-going 
     *   Lake Side Roads 
     *   Reedy Meadow Road 
     *   Nod Road 

State Announces Fourth West Nile Case - Posted 8/28/2018
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) today announced the fourth human case of West Nile virus (WNV) in the state this year. The person is a woman in her 50s from Middlesex County who was never hospitalized for her illness. Three other cases were reported on Friday.

For more information please click HERE.

Town of Groton Fee Waiver Policy - Posted 8/21/2018
The Town of Groton has adopted a new Fee Waiver Policy at the Monday 8/20/2018 meeting. To view this new Fee Waiver Policy, click HERE.

Open Space and Recreation Plan Survey - Posted 8/15/2018

The Groton Conservation Commission is undertaking an update of the Town’s Open Space and Recreation Plan. This plan identifies goals and priorities to guide Town policy and investments in open space preservation and recreation over the next five years. The plan must be updated every five years in order for the Town to be eligible for grant opportunities to help fund open space priorities.

We need your input! Please follow this link to take a 5 minute survey:

No computer?  Printed copies of the survey are available in Town Hall, the Groton Public Library, and the Groton Senior Center (temporary location at the Lost Lake Fire Station)

GELD Requests Limited Electric Usage 4-7PM on 8/7/18
The Groton Electric Light Department has requested that residents reduce their electric use during the hours of 4:00PM-7:00PM today August 7th, 2018, to shift when our Peak annual usage will be. By reducing when our community's electric peak is, it will help keep GELD's costs down for the entire year. Below is a message from Kevin Kelly from GELD.

"New England ended up peaking from 5:00 to 6:00 last night, substantially beating July 5th.

There is a challenge though.  Today’s current forecast has today’s electric use slightly beating yesterday’s.

So I am requesting that everybody who can shift some of their electric use away from the 4:00 to 7:00 hours today please do so.

Cautiously optimistic that this will be my last request this year.
Have a great day and stay comfortable,"

The Center (formerly Senior Center) Construction Notice - Posted 8/3/18
Please be aware that The Center (formerly The Senior Center) located at 163 West Main St. in Groton is now an active closed Construction site. No visitors are allowed on the property while construction is occurring. 

Remember that while The Center is under construction programs are taking place at their temporary location at the Lost Lake Fire Station. Review the most recent Center Newsletter for more details. 

Economic Development Committee Survey - Posted 6/12/18
The recent mailing we all received in our Groton Electric bills from the Economic Development Committee asks that we take a few minutes to complete a survey. Some have had trouble establishing the link. If you had trouble, please accept our apologies. Here is a working link to the survey:

Thank you for your patience, and for completing the survey. 

New Sidewalks Coming! - Posted 5/4/2018
Please be aware the town has received notification that MassDOT will be installing sidewalks on Route 119 on both the Route 111 side (Main Street to Mill Run) and Route 225 side (Boston Road to CVS) in the near future. The Board of Selectmen will need to hold a public hearing on the sidewalk installation sometime in the next couple of months.  

This has been an very important issue to the Board of Selectmen over the past several years and it is finally coming to fruition!  We would like to thank our DPW Director Tom Delaney for his dogged determination in working with MassDOT to get this done. You can view the proposed plans here.

New Dump Sticker Policy - Posted 12/20/2017

Effective immediately, anyone who needs to purchase a replacement sticker or additional sticker will need to show proof of purchase of the full sticker.  We will also ask that you provide us a reason for the replacement sticker (i.e. new car purchase, lost).

If you cannot show proof of purchase, we will not be able to issue a replacement sticker or an additional sticker. A full sticker will have to be purchased.


Robert T. Delaney Jr.

DPW Director

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