Wondering what to do with your fall leaves? You can bag them, compost them, or mulch them – just keep them away from the street, wetlands, and water-bodies! That means do not blow them into the street. Leaves can clog storm drains, which causes flooding. Rotting leaves can cause algae blooms that harm our wetlands […]
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.
Based on recent Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) activity and/or positive mosquito detection in the area, Massachusetts Department of Public Health has raised the EEE risk in some towns. Residents are encouraged to take personal protective actions to avoid mosquito bites. Please refer to the mosquito results website to view risk levels: www.mosquitoresults.com. Maynard currently is considered […]
For more tips on how to do your part to keep our waterways clean, visit www.thinkbluemassachusetts.org. For more information on stormwater in Maynard visit our Stormwater Management page.
As part of the Town’s stormwater public education initiative, Maynard officials are reminding residents of the harmful effects fertilizer can have on water quality. It’s hard to imagine that a green, flourishing lawn could pose a threat to the environment, but the fertilizers you apply to your lawn are potential pollutants! “If you use too […]
Rain Barrel Pre-Purchase & Distribution Program Purchase Online by Thurs May 30th & Pick Up in Maynard the Evening of Thurs. June 6th The Maynard Community Gardeners is partnering with The Great American Rain Barrel Co (TGARB) based in Hyde Park, MA to promote and distribute re-purposed, BPA-free, food grade plastic resin barrels that are […]