MAYNARD — Town Administrator Greg Johnson would like to thank Makers Workshop for their generous donation of 3-D printed face shields to the Town of Maynard.
Maynard Selectmen Defer Personal Property Tax Bill Deadline for Businesses, Waive Late Fees through June
MAYNARD — Town Administrator Greg Johnson reports that the personal property tax deadline for businesses has been deferred to June 1 and the town is waiving related late fees through June 30.
MAYNARD — Town Administrator Greg Johnson, Maynard Public Schools Interim Superintendent Mary Jane Rickson and the Maynard Public Health staff have been notified that a non-resident school district employee has tested positive for the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
MAYNARD — Town Administrator Greg Johnson reports that the Town of Maynard is raising sticker prices for its “Pay-as-You-Throw” trash removal program.
Town Administrator Greg Johnson is pleased to announce that the Town of Maynard has been awarded a sponsorship for a “Technical Assistance Panel” from The Urban Land Institute (ULI) by MassDevelopment.
Maynard Public Health Division Provides Tick Safety Information After Resident Contracts Powassan Virus
Town Administrator Greg Johnson and the Maynard Public Health Division would like to notify residents about tick safety after a Maynard resident recently contracted and was diagnosed with the tick-borne illness the Powassan virus.
MAYNARD – Town Administrator Greg Johnson reports that town officials recently met with Dr. Wang Guangfa, the Chairman and President of the Beijing Royal School (BRS), who is planning to bring an international school to Maynard.
Town Administrator Greg Johnson is pleased to announce that the Town of Maynard is looking for residents and business owners who are interested in applying to become a part of the new Maynard Parking Authority.
Get your bike helmet and sneakers on! Town Administrator Greg Johnson is pleased to invite residents and community members to celebrate the grand reopening of Mill & Main’s Zagster bike share station next month.
MAYNARD – In conjunction with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), Maynard’s “Complete Streets” initiative continues to move forward. A temporary pilot program to test out potential future roadway improvements will take place on Summer Street, Nason Street and Main Street from July 29 through Aug. 3.