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Town Emergency Alerts

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August 28, 2020 3:00 PM

Change of Voting Polling Locations

As per the recent vote of the Braintree Town Council and the approval of the Health Department, the following voting polling locations have been changed.

If you are a registered voter in District 1A, 1B, 2A or 2B and if you normally vote at the 74 Pond...

Change of Voting Polling Locations

Trash / Recycling Notifications

5 Alerts
February 20, 2024 9:00 AM

President's Day Holiday - One Day Delay

During the week of the President's Day Holiday on February 19th there will be a one day delay to all trash/recycling curbside collections.
Normal collections will resume the following week.

President's Day Holiday - One Day Delay

Latest Update:

August 1, 2023 10:12 AM

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June 21, 2023 11:49 AM

June 14, 2022 1:44 PM

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Latest Update:

September 6, 2022 10:04 AM

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February 8, 2021 1:10 PM

Reverse 911 Calls

The Town of Braintree provides Reverse 911 calls to residents to inform them of snow emergencies, trash/recycling delays and other critical issues.
Those residents who no longer have a land line and wish to receive these calls can register a cell phone or...

Reverse 911 Calls

Water and Sewer Alerts

2 Alerts
January 10, 2024 12:20 PM

Sanitary Sewer Overflow Advisory 1/10/24

This notification describes the ongoing sanitary sewer overflow that is occurring in the Town of Braintree. If this overflow continues for eight hours (8) another notification will be provided, otherwise, a cessation notification will be issued. See below...

Sanitary Sewer Overflow Advisory 1/10/24

Latest Update:

January 12, 2024 9:52 AM

CESSATION OF SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW NOTIFICATION

The sanitary sewer overflows described below have ceased. 

 

Partially Treated or Untreated Sewer Discharge: Untreated

Location of Discharge: 44-54 Allen St. Manhole (C1-5)

Start Time and Date of Discharge: 1/10/2024, 6:30 AM

End Time and Date of Discharge: 1/12/2024, 5:30 AM

Duration of Discharge: 47 hours

Estimated Volume of Discharge: 1,410,000 gal

Has Overflow Ceased: Yes

Names of Bodies of Water Affected by Discharge: Monatiquot River

Names of Municipalities Affected by Discharge: Braintree, Weymouth

Name of Reporting Personnel: Mark Thompson


Partially Treated or Untreated Sewer Discharge: Untreated

Location of Discharge: 44-54 Allen St. Structure C1-6

Start Time and Date of Discharge: 1/10/2024, 6:30 AM

End Time and Date of Discharge: 1/12/2024, 5:30 AM

Duration of Discharge: 47 hours

Estimated Volume of Discharge: 705,000 gal

Has Overflow Ceased: Yes

Names of Bodies of Water Affected by Discharge: Monatiquot River

Names of Municipalities Affected by Discharge: Braintree, Weymouth

Name of Reporting Personnel: Mark Thompson

 

Avoid contact with these waterbodies for 48 hours after the discharge or overflow ceases due to increased health risks from bacteria and other pollutants. The discharge or overflow consists, or likely consists, of untreated or partially treated sewage and waste. See website https://braintreema.gov/852/Municipal-Separate-Storm-Sewer-System-MS) for more information on whether specific resource areas such as bathing beaches are affected. This notice was required per 314 CMR 16.00. For more information contact:

 

• Brian Doran/ Mark Thompson

• Assistant Superintendent of Water

• 781-843-9205

• bdoran@braintreema.gov


RETRACTION OF SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW NOTIFICATION

The sanitary sewer overflow described below has ceased. 

 

Partially Treated or Untreated Sewer Discharge: Untreated

Location of Discharge: 99 Shaw St.- pipe overflow

Start Time and Date of Discharge: 1/10/2024, 6:30 AM

Time and Date of Discharge Retraction: 1/12/2024, 9:30 AM

Reason for Retraction: Same discharge improperly reported twice due to confusion about location. The report concerning 44-54 Allen Street Structure C1-6. 

Name of reporting personnel: Hillary Waite 

 

 

This notice was required per 314 CMR 16.00. For more information contact:

 

• Brian Doran/ Mark Thompson

• Assistant Superintendent of Water

• 781-843-9205

• bdoran@braintreema.gov

December 18, 2023

Sanitary Sewer Overflow Advisory 12/18/2023

This notification describes the ongoing sanitary sewer overflow that is occurring in the Town of Braintree. If this overflow continues for eight hours (8) another notification will be provided, otherwise, a cessation notification will be issued. See...

Sanitary Sewer Overflow Advisory 12/18/2023

Latest Update:

December 19, 2023 9:20 AM

The sanitary sewer overflow that is described below has ceased.

 

Partially treated or untreated sewer discharge: Untreated

Location of Discharge: Structure C1-5 (50 Allen Street, sometimes referred to as 44-54 Allen)

Start time and date of discharge: 12/18/2023 1:00PM

End time and date of discharge: 12/19/2023 2:00AM

Duration of discharge: 13 hours

Estimated volume of discharge: 39,000 gallons

Has Overflow Ceased: Yes

Names of Bodies of Water Affected by Discharge: Monatiquot River

Names of Municipalities affected by Discharge: Braintree, Weymouth

Name of Reporting Personnel: Hillary Waite

 

Partially treated or untreated sewer discharge: Untreated

Location of Discharge: Structure C1-6 (94 Allen Street)

Start time and date of discharge: 12/18/2023 1:00PM

End time and date of discharge: 12/19/2023 2:00AM

Duration of discharge: 13 hours

Estimated volume of discharge: 74,100

Has Overflow Ceased: Yes

Names of Bodies of Water Affected by Discharge: Monatiquot River

Names of Municipalities affected by Discharge: Braintree, Weymouth

Name of Reporting Personnel: Hillary Waite

 

Avoid contact with these waterbodies for 48 hours after the discharge or overflow ceases due to increased health risks from bacteria and other pollutants. The discharge or overflow consists, or likely consists, of untreated or partially treated sewage and waste. See website (https://braintreema.gov/852/Municipal-Separate-Storm-Sewer-System-MS) for more information on whether specific resource areas such as bathing beaches are affected. This notice was required per 314 CMR 16.00.

Drinking water is not affected by this discharge.

For more information contact:

Brian Doran, Assistant Superintendent of Water

781-843-9205

bdoran@braintreema.gov

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