The all night parking ban in Maynard will go into effect on Sunday, December 1st, 2013 and remain in effect until March 15th, 2014. There will be no parking on roadways and municipal parking lots between the hours of 2am and 6 am. Violators will be fined and during snow removal, will be subject to tow.
We thank you for you anticipated cooperation and wish you a safe winter season.
The Maynard Police Dispatch log has been updated for the week of 11/11/13 – 11/18/13.
The paving of the Waltham Street Bridge has been rescheduled for Friday, November 15th. The work will start at approximately 8 AM and is expected to take 3 – 4 hours from start to completion.
You can expect detours and delays in the area during that time and are encouraged to seek alternate routes.
The Maynard Police Department will begin publishing excerpts from the weekly dispatch log. They can be found on our Maynard Police Dispatch Log page. This is a work in progress so the formatting may change over time.
On this day the Maynard Police Department would like to thank all veteran’s, past and present, for their service.
Congratulations to the 2013 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox!
The 2013 MaynardFest will be held this Saturday, October 5th. Please be careful in the downtown area as there will be a lot of people walking to and from MaynardFest.
As in previous years, streets in downtown Maynard will be closed to vehicular traffic:
- Nason Street will be closed at Summer Street
- Main Street will be closed at Walnut Street (this includes the CVS lot entrance/exit)
- Railroad and River Streets will be open to residents only
Detours will be setup to get around the closed streets:
- Nason Street detour will be to continue up Summer Street, take a left on Florida Road, and then turning onto Main Street
- Main Street detour will be to turn right on Walnut Street, then left on Hillside Street, and then turning left onto Parker Street
Bicycle Safety is an important issue for everyone. Below are some safe riding tips that all bike riders can follow.
Additionally, a reminder that anyone under the age of 16 is required to wear a helmet in Massachusetts. Failure to do so can result in seizure of their bike for up to 15 days. That being said, it is a good idea for every rider to wear a helmet because it can save your life. Based on statistics from 2009 by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System, 91% of the people killed in bicycle accidents were not wearing helmets.
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In their ongoing series on Back to School Safety, the Middlesex District Attorney’s office has produced another easy to read fact sheet entitled Strangers and Internet Dangers. Please review it and consider discussing it with your children.
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