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Weymouth Town Massachusetts Police Station Address: 140 Winter St, Weymouth, MA 02188, United States


2 weeks ago
PARKING BAN WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT IN WEYMOUTH UNTIL SUN JAN 7 AT 7AM TO ALLOW FOR CONTINUING SNOW REMOVAL OPERATIONS PER ORDER OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE.

2 weeks ago
ROAD CLOSURE
Rt 3A is temporarily closed in the area of 145 Bridge St due to utility pole down. Traffic being re-routed. At 9AM this morning an MBTA Bus struck and knocked down a utility police in the area of 125 Bridge St. National Grid is in the process of repairing the pole.

2 weeks ago
PARKING BAN IN EFFECT IN WEYMOUTH AT MIDNIGHT 1/4 UNTIL CONCLUSION OF SNOW REMOVAL OPS PER ORDER OF CHIEF OF POLICE:
No vehicle can be parked on public way beginning at midnight tonight 1/4 until further notice. If you are parked on a public way YOU WILL BE TICKETED AND TOWED.

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Weymouth Police Department added 6 new photos.1 week ago

K9 Officer Ken Murphy with his partners Zekk and Scout at the Ralph Talbot School’s Weycare Program.

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Weymouth Police Department2 weeks ago

Please come out and support your local Police and Fire Department teams in the 2nd Annual Weymouth Winter Classic Charity Hockey Game. The event will be on Sunday, January 28th 6:00 pm at MDC Rink, Broad Street Weymouth. 100% of proceeds will be donated to the Kate McCarthy Memorial Scholarship Fund. See the flyer below for more details.

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Weymouth Police Department2 weeks ago

PARKING BAN WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT IN WEYMOUTH UNTIL SUNDAY JANUARY 7th AT 7:00 AM TO ALLOW FOR CONTINUING SNOW REMOVAL OPERATIONS PER ORDER OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE:

Per the Weymouth Code of Ordinances:
SECTION 8-407 Removal of Vehicles During Winter Storm, Emergency
(a) Removal – Any vehicle on a public way in the Town interfering with the work of removing or plowing snow, or removing ice there from, may be removed by or under the authority of the Chief of Police to a public garage or any convenient place.$50 fine interfering with snow removal.

As a reminder there is NO ALL-NIGHT PARKING IN THE TOWN OF WEYMOUTH.

Per the Weymouth Code of Ordinances:
§ 13-103 All-night Parking (g)
No all-night parking. It shall be unlawful for the driver of any vehicle, other than one acting in an emergency, to park said vehicle on any street for a period of time longer than one hour between the hours of 12:01 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. of any day.
$25 fine.

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Weymouth Police Department2 weeks ago

ROAD CLOSURE

Route 3A is temporarily closed in the area of 145 Bridge Street due to utility pole down. Traffic is being re-routed.

At approximately 9:00 AM this morning an MBTA Bus struck and knocked down a utility police in the area of 125 Bridge Street.

National Grid is in the process of repairing the pole.

No injuries were reported and there were only 2 passengers on the bus at the time of the accident.

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Weymouth Police Department2 weeks ago

PARKING BAN IN EFFECT IN WEYMOUTH TONIGHT AT MIDNIGHT (1/4/18) UNTIL CONCLUSION OF SNOW REMOVAL OPERATIONS PER ORDER OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE:

No vehicle can be parked on public way beginning at midnight tonight 1/4/18 until further notice. If you are parked on a public way YOU WILL BE TICKETED AND TOWED.

This includes all public ways from main roads to dead end streets.

Please help us keep the streets clear so that the plows can do their job and emergency vehicles can get to their destinations.

Code of Ordinances TOWN OF WEYMOUTH
SECTION 8-407 Removal of Vehicles During Winter Storm, Emergency
(a) Removal – Any vehicle on a public way in the Town interfering with the work of removing or plowing snow, or removing ice there from, may be removed by or under the authority of the Chief of Police to a public garage or any convenient place.
(b) Police May Prohibit Parking Temporarily – The Chief of Police or his or her designee is hereby authorized to prohibit, temporarily, parking on any street or highway or part thereof in an impending or existing emergency or for a lawful assemblage, demonstration or procession provided there is reasonable justification for such prohibition. Vehicles parked in places where parking is prohibited temporarily may be moved by or under the direction of an officer pursuant to Subsections (o) and (p) of this Section

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Weymouth Police Department2 weeks ago

Reminder to renew your dog’s license. Renew before March 01, 2017 to avoid a late fee. Renewals can be done at the Weymouth Town Clerks Office located at 75 Middle St, Weymouth or on-line at http://www.weymouth.ma.us/town-clerk/pages/dog-licenses

If renewing online you will need your 2017 tag number any problems with online renewal contact the Town Clerks Office @781-340-5017.

You need a current rabies certificate for your dog to obtain a license. Under state and local law your dog needs to wear the tag. This will help you get them back if they roam away from your property.