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Herring Run in Summer Little Sandy Bottom Pond
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Potentially Major and Destructive Winter Storm/Blizzard to Impact the State Monday night (1/26/15) and continuing into Tuesday night or Wednesday morning (Information as of 9AM 1/25/15) -
Get ready now. Secure any outside furniture, charge devices, be sure flashlights are ready, have essentials at hand (medications, non-perishable food for humans and pets). Do any errands today if possible. Be safe, be prepared. Get gas and cash too. Download our free Massachusetts Alerts app for weather warnings & other emergency alerts:

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Message from the Town Clerk, Mary Ann Smith. Nomination papers will be available January 5, 2015, for the May 2, 2015 Town Election. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the Town Clerk. Office hours are from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Tuesday –Friday, and Monday 8:30 to 6:30

Dog license are now due. Neutered and Spayed are $9.00, Not neutered or spayed is $12.00. After March 1, 2015 there will be a $15.00 late fee. Must have an updated Rabies certificate. If you have any questions please call the Clerk’s Office. 781-293-7211

MEMA ISSUES ICE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS : FRAMINGHAM, MA – In spite of the recent cold spell, the ice conditions of many bodies of water across the Commonwealth remain uncertain, as demonstrated by the recent ice rescues of a number of individuals and pets. Therefore, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) has issued information regarding safety precautions to be taken on our frozen lakes, rivers and ponds.  

Always check with your local police, fire or park department to ensure that safe ice conditions exist. However, due to the uncertainty and constant changing of ice conditions and the dangers presented, many departments will not endorse the safety of lakes, ponds, streams or rivers.  The strength and thickness of ice should be known before any activity takes place. Read the full notice.

Reports of Home Invasions, Billing Scams and Employee Impersonators Increased During The Holiday Season.

Please read the entire warning from National Grid.

An urgent request from the Pembroke DPW: Residents are reminded to immediately remove all basketball hoops from within the town layout (ie: the side of the road) for the winter to avoid plow and property damage during the winter plowing and sanding season.

Please be advised: The Town of Pembroke has pine wood available to any resident who want to use pine as a firewood for outside burning onlypine is not intended for indoor burning. The available wood is not clean or a hardwood and as such has not been made available to the public before. If you seek to have this wood delivered, please contact Rose (781) 709-1426 in the DPW Office.

The flag at the fire station on Washington Street will be taken down for the season, hopefully today (12-9-14). It will return in May.

Green CommunitiesExciting news: Be it hereby known to all that the Town of Pembroke having met the criteria established pursuant to Massachusetts General Law, Chapter Twenty-five A, Section Ten, has been officially designated as a Green Community by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Department of Energy resources  with all rights and privileges conferred upon it by the Green Communities Division. Designation date December 3, 2014. Read the full letter. 

Pine Grove Cemetery is now open; repairs to the wall have been completed ahead of schedule. Thank you for your patience.

How's your health awareness campaignSouth Shore Community Partners in Prevention (CHNA 23) is working with Health Care for All to promote health confidence/health literacy among our residents.
Do you feel confident that you can manage and control
most of your health issues? Are you getting the health
care you need, exactly when and how you want it?
Take ten minutes to complete a brief survey to help you:
• Better communicate with your doctor
• Manage and prevent health problems
• Learn about community resources
• Tell us more about what you need from our health care system!

In response to additional feedback, the Board of Selectmen voted at their August 25, 2014 meeting to extend the original six-month trial period for Monday evening Town Hall hours. Continuing forward, the Pembroke Town Hall will be open on Monday from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm. This extension will run throughout the fall and end on December 31, 2014

Offices will close for the evening at 6:30 pm and the regular meetings of the town’s boards, committees and commissions will begin at their regularly scheduled times. Some of the current meeting times include:
5:30 pm:  DPW Commissioners; 5:30 pm:  Board of Assessors; 6:30 pm: Board of Health; 7:00 pm: Board of Selectmen; 7:30 pm: Planning Board Zoning Board of Appeals and Conservation Commission. 

Resident and staff feedback will continue to be evaluated during this time to ensure that the residents of Pembroke’s needs are being more effectively met. Please feel free to forward any questions or comments to the Selectmen’s office.

There are openings on many boards for new members, contribute to decisions! The boards page shows which committees need members. If you have interest and want too help, apply today. Application form.
Here is the list of openings.

The Massachusetts Department of Revenue has released it's Pembroke Report.
The study was completed at the request of the Board of Selectmen.

The Commission on Disabilities has posted available equipment

Elder Savvy, hosted by Pembroke Council on Aging Director Mary Willis is now showing on the Pembroke Government Channel (Comcast 15). Elder Savvy can be seen on Comcast Channel 15 on the following dates and times: Tuesday at 11:30am Thursday at 11:30am Friday at 8:00am and 6:00pm Saturday at 6:00pm To watch the episode on your computer use PACTV's Video on Demand service by visiting, . For questions about the show or Government Access, call Dave Antoine at 508-830-6999.

PACTV News program posted on Community page.

Reminder: call National Grid for every power outage. Please Call National Grid directly (not police or fire): 1-800-322-3223 to report an outage. Call 1-800-465-1212 (National Grid) to report a downed line.

Please bring any unused and unwanted prescriptions or over the counter medications to the new drop box in the lobby of the Police Department, 80 Center St., available 24 hours a day. There is also a box for SHARPS disposal. Please do not flush medications into the water supply.

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The limited edition book sells for $50.00, which is the cost to produce the book. Almost 500 pages of images and history, it is a unique and beautiful celebration of Pembroke. It is a MUST SEE! Everyone who has seen it says it is a beauty! Get your copy today.The commemorative items for sale, still available at the library.

These make great gifts!

The Public Health Nurse's upcoming clinics require no appointments.

GATRA provides a shuttle to the Hanson commuter rail station Monday to Friday. See the brochure for the schedule and more information.

Meeting agendas are posted on the meeting page, and the calendar listing. If you can't find something on this site try the site map. Also, there is a NEW search feature! Top right of each page, for your convenience.

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Pembroke non-profit community groups are encouraged to submit events for posting. Select community events calendar from the list on the left. Then select "submit a community event." The Events Calendar and lists of local groups appear on the Community Page.

Important note: if you arrived at this site from the "old" town address of "", please bookmark this page and make note of the new address of "".

Town Hall Hours
Tuesday to Friday :
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday Hours :
8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Closed all legal holidays.
Main : 781-709-1400

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