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Road resurfacing on various town roads will be conducted starting August 14th running into mid September. 
Please visit the
 Public Works website for more information.


You may now pay your parking tickets On-Line.
Payments may also be paid at the Treasurer's Window.

The Board of Selectmen, School Committee, and Finance Commission have signed an Override Pledge, to the citizens of Norwood should the override be approved.

The DPW is now offering two types of Compost Bins.


Beginning December 1st - New Hours
8:00 am - 1:30 pm
Every Saturday - All year long
Remember - Residential Sticker Required

Always make sure trash and recycling carts are out by 7 am!
Waste Management has adjusted the routes so your pick up time of the day may change. Your day of the week for pickup remains the same.

The Town of Norwood now has a Residential Food Scrap Program in place. Please follow the link to get more information.


The Norwood Planning Board has an opening for an Associate Planning Board member. The Associate Planning Board member will participate on Special Permit applications on an as needed basis. The Associate Planning Board member will attend all Planning Board meetings and participate but will only be involved with voting on certain Special Permits when an elected Board member cannot participate because they are on vacation, out sick or have a conflict of interest. The Planning Board meets twice a month on Monday evenings. This is an opportunity to serve your community and participate in the operation of Town government. If you are interested in becoming an Associate Planning Board member, send a letter of interest and resume to the Norwood Planning Board by August 9, 2019, Mr. Ernie Paciorkowski, Chairman, P.O. Box 40, 566 Washington St. Norwood MA 02062.  If you have questions about the Associate Planning Board member position, contact Mr. Paul Halkiotis, Director of Community Planning & Economic Development, (781) 762-1240 ext. 164 or at phalkiotis@norwoodma.gov



Norwood residents annually dispose of nearly 2,600 tons into their single stream recycling carts. Most of it is truly recyclable but, there are many things that do not belong in your recycling cart. These "non-recyclable" items cost us more money because it is considered a contaminant in the recycling process and must be separated and disposed of elsewhere.
It can be confusing so we're here to help!
     Recycling Video - Selectman's Meeting
    Recycling's Most Common Contaminants
Keep up the great work Norwood!