Eliminating unused and unwanted medications from your home will help keep your family, your environment and your community safe. Safe & Secure Drop Off site: Sudbury Police - 415 Boston Post Rd, 24/7 drop off, Main Lobby.
Veterans of all ages have the opportunity to work 100 hours per year to receive an $800.00 Property Tax Abatement for the following year. For more information please click on article title to link to a detailed description and application or contact Sudbury Veterans' Office 978-639-3357 or the Sudbury Community Center 978-639-3266.
1LT Scott F. Milley Memorial is a project spearheaded by a coalition of Sudbury Residents. 1LT Milley was a Sudbury Native, stationed in Afghanistan as an Army Agent, who died when his unit was attacked by insurgents. Those interested in finding out more about the Memorial can link to the site by clicking on the News heading above.
Due to its extremely long waiting lists and low vacancy rate, the Sudbury Housing Authority will close its waiting lists for state-aided elderly/handicapped rental housing for a period of one year, effective October 1, 2013.
Sudbury's drainage system carries rainwater from the roadway to outfalls at brooks, ponds, rivers, and wetlands. There are many things a homeowner can do to help the Town keep our stormwater from degrading our water supply.
The Town Manager's newsletter provides information for residents on major projects and efforts of the Town. Town staff and committees are constantly working to sustain and improve the quality of life in Sudbury.
The Massachusetts Cultural Resource Information System (MACRIS) allows you to search the Massachusetts Historical Commission database for information on historic properties and areas in the Commonwealth.
Massachusetts has a number of Military Family Support Groups (MFSG) throughout the state. A nearby support group in Concord has been a forum for mutual support and education during deployment and the transition from soldier to veteran. In Sudbury we have a support group called the Sudbury Military Support Network (SMSN).
This is a pictorial tour of thirty five Historic Sudbury sites. You can take our tour of Sudbury from the comfort of your easy chair or, if you'd like to see the sites in person, use our printable version of the tour. It will take you about 3 hours.
Want to know how the town's permitting rules might affect you? Or what that development going up next door had to go through for approval? See the League of Women Voters' primer on the permitting process in Sudbury.
Planning & Community Development (Posted: 9/29/1999)