The Maynard Police Dispatch Log page has been updated for the week of 12/09 – 12/15.
The Maynard Police Department is proud to announce a partnership with GetCrashReports.com to provide online access to all Maynard, Massachusetts crash reports. All crash reports will be available 72 hours after the crash occurs (or sooner if completed) except for fatal crashes and crashes under investigation. Fatal crash reports must be purchased at the Maynard Police Department.
Please visit our GetCrashReports page for more details.
With the impending snow storm for Saturday night into Sunday, we would like to remind all Maynard residents about the winter parking ban.
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.
The Maynard Police Department has kicked off its Annual Toys for Kids Drive. Maynard residents, who are in need of extra help with gifts for their children ages 1- 12, should sign up at the Maynard Police Department no later than December 16th, 2013. Proof of residency will be required.
Anyone interested in donating new and unwrapped toys for children ages 1-12, can drop them off at the Maynard Police Department or the various drop off locations. Please keep in mind we are always in extra need for gifts in the 9-12 age group.
If you have any questions please contact Officer Balzotti at the Maynard Police Station between the hours of 7am-3pm at 978-897-1011.
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.