BROOKLINE — Brookline Town Administrator Chas Carey and Select Board Chair Heather Hamilton are pleased to announce that the Town of Brookline will further reduce residential parking requirements for certain residential developments thanks to the Town’s groundbreaking use of Massachusetts’s Housing Choice legislation.
Town of Brookline Recognized in Fortune’s 25 Best Places to Live for Families
Town of Brookline Reports that Eversource Crews are Working to Restore Power to Brookline Village Residents
BROOKLINE – Town Administrator Mel Kleckner reports that Eversource is currently working to restore electricity to approximately 100 residents in Brookline Village Friday afternoon.
Mosquitoes in Brookline Test Positive for West Nile Virus; Community Members Urged to Take Precautions
BROOKLINE – Health Commissioner Sigalle Reiss and the Brookline Department of Public Health report that the Massachusetts Department of Public Health detected West Nile Virus (WNV) in mosquito samples collected in town on Wednesday, Aug. 3.
BROOKLINE – The Town of Brookline Emergency Management Team would like to remind residents of safety precautions and community resources ahead of a heat emergency expected over the next several days.
Brookline Department of Public Health Encourages Residents to Take Steps to Help Prevent Rodents in Town
BROOKLINE – Health Commissioner Sigalle Reiss and the Brookline Department of Public Health urge the community to do their part to help prevent rodents in town as summer approaches.
BROOKLINE – The Town of Brookline is pleased to invite the community to a Freedom March and Juneteenth Celebration at the Brookline Avenue Playground.
BROOKLINE — Town Administrator Mel Kleckner and Acting Police Chief Richard Allen are pleased to share that three members of the Brookline Police Department have been promoted.
Town Administrator Mel Kleckner and Acting Finance Director and Treasurer Justin Casanova-Davis are pleased to announce that the Town of Brookline has realized $337,347 in savings by refinancing bonds after Moody’s Investors Service reaffirmed the Town’s coveted AAA bond rating.
BROOKLINE — The Town of Brookline and Department of Public Works Commissioner Erin Gallentine report that there will be no trash or recycling pickup on Friday and that all Town offices will be closed in anticipation of a significant snowstorm.