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"Any maintenance which does not affect structure, egress, fire protection systems, fire ratings, energy conservation provisions, plumbing, sanitary, gas, electrical, or other utilities.” Replacing a single cabinet may not require a permit but if there is electrical system getting affected, the work will require an electrical permit. For the same reason, replacing entire cabinet system will require authorization. Paving projects do not require a building permit but will require a permit from the Department of Public Works if work is being done within the public right-of-way. There are also zoning restrictions on the amount and location of paving, so check first with the Building Department.
A plot plan/site plan is required in conformance with 780 CMR 9th Edition, Section 107.2.5, and is required with every new permit application.
Are for Shrewsbury residents who are on the Town's PAYT program only (condos and apartments with private pick-up service are exempt. Please contact your management office or condo association for proper disposal methods.)
Large household items. Please see some examples below:
You do not need to schedule a pick-up.
Please refer to the list below:
Boylston Shell Station, 328 Shrewsbury Street, Boylston
CVS, 197 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury
Flynn's Truck Stop, 307 Hartford Turnpike, Shrewsbury
Maple Avenue Shell Station, 29 Maple Avenue, Shrewsbury
Papa's Hardware, 276 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury
Price Chopper, 731 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury - AT THE COURTESY COUNTER
Rite Aid, 557 Main Street, Shrewsbury
Rocky's Ace Hardware, 261 West Main Street, Northboro
Shaw's Supermarket, 50 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury - AT THE COURTESY COUNTER
Shrewsbury Shell Station, 271 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury
Sunoco, 524 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury
Stop & Shop, 539 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury - AT THE COURTESY COUNTER
Walgreen's, 225 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury
If it is a life or death situation, fire, you need an ambulance, you think there is an intruder or you similar problem, then call 911. Otherwise, call the town department that provides the service you need.
Please click on this link to view the January 2019 edition of the IT Department's Cyber Security Newsletter, titled "Why IT Security is Important"
Please click on this link to view the February 2019 edition of the IT Department's Cyber Security Newsletter, titled "How to Spot a Phishing Email"
Books and other items in good condition and that are clean and mold-free: including children’s books, CD’s, and DVDs, large print books, commercially recorded items: music on CDs,
We cannot accept items which are unhealthy to handle, dirty, moldy, smelly, burnt, chewed, damp or missing covers. We also cannot accept textbooks, encyclopedias and magazines.
Donated items may be added to the library’s collection, given them to the Friends of the Shrewsbury Public Library for their book sale, or disposed of them through book recycling programs.
As the receiving institution, the Library cannot assign a value to the books you donate. Donors must determine the value of donated items.
The library has limited space for accepting and storing donations, so there are times when we must limit the number of donations, or turn away donations entirely. It is always best to call in advance if you wish to donate books, especially if donating more than three bags or boxes. The Circulation Services Desk can be reached at 508-842-0081 X3 can assist you.
Flags are placed on veteran's graves by volunteer girl scouts on the Sunday prior to Memorial Day. Please make sure there is a flag holder visible on the lot.
Please contact our office a minimum of 72 hours prior to the closing date to set up a final reading with our office staff. The new owner name(s) will be required at the time of the final bill request, and please provide any additional contact information, such as a phone number and mailing address for the new owner(s). It is the D.P.W. Water & Sewer Division Policy to issue final bills the day prior to the close date. The final bill will need to paid in full at time of pick up at our office the day prior to closing via cash or check payment anytime between 10 A.M. to 4:30 P.M., in which a receipted final bill will be provided for the closing sale. Any checks can be made payable to "Town Of Shrewsbury". Feel free to contact the D.P.W. with any questions.