Stetson and Furnace Ponds are closed due to elevated bacteria counts. They will be retested July 31st and results posted when known. Please check Your Ponds page for updates.
Paving will begin Monday, August 4th on Congress St and Taylor St. Road will not be closed but delays can be expected as it will only be only one lane of traffic allowed.
Weather permitting road construction repairs will begin on Monday, July 21, 2014. Taylor Street will be repaired in sections from High Street (Duxbury town Line) to Route 53 and Route 53 to Congress Street. During construction operations expect delays through till Wednesday.
Absentee ballots are now available in the Town Clerk's Office Room 11, for the September 9, 2014 Primary Election.
If you have any further questions please feel free to contact the office. 781-293-7211.
The Conservation Commission has asked the residents be aware of the continuing effort to rid Hobomock Pond of the invasive weed “Hydrilla”. More chemical treatments will be made this summer. Because “Hydrilla” can be easily spread to other bodies of water there is a “ NO OUTSIDE BOATS” restriction in place on Hobomock Pond. There is no public boat launch on Hobomock Pond and The Conservation Commission has conspicuously posted the no boating restriction around the pond.
Treasurer's Office has job posting.
August 20, 2014 is the last date to register to Vote for the
September 9, 2014
Primary Election. The Town Clerk’s office will be open until 8:00 PM for that purpose ONLY.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Clerk’s Office.
The street sweeper for the Town of Pembroke is currently undergoing repairs. Parts have been ordered and we hope to have it working again soon.
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.
From the Recreation Department: The “Town Green” has been hydro seeded this week and will be off-limits until early July. Our intention is to give the grass an opportunity to grow and take root; the longer it is undisturbed the greater potential for beautiful “Town Green”
However, there are three events currently scheduled to the “Bandstand and the area behind it” that will not be affected. Read the full notice.
Message from the Pembroke DPW:
Work began Monday, May 5th to raise the catch basins and repave Old Oak Street/Union Street.
Alternate routes will be marked. Residents should expect delays as traffic is detoured.
Selectmen have announced summer meeting schedule.
In response to resident feedback, the Board of Selectmen voted at their February 10, 2014 meeting to change Monday evening Town Hall hours for a trial period of six months. Beginning Monday, March 3, 2014, the Pembroke Town Hall will be open from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm.
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.
Read the full notice.
This trial period will run throughout the summer and end on Labor Day weekend, or September 1, 2014.
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, www.pactv.org/video_on_demand . 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.
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.
Town Government Study Committee
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State and Federal Links | Governor Patrick's page
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 "townofpembrokemass.org", please bookmark this page and make note of the new address of "pembroke-ma.gov".