Rolling Green of Topsfield is accepting non-binding reservations for those interested in purchasing certain two-bedroom units in the over-55 townhouse development located at 470 Boston Street in Topsfield. Preference is given to Topsfield residents, their families, and former Topsfield residents, respectively, subject to the terms of the Local Preference Plan. The preference period expires 45 days after the announcement. Full terms and conditions are available on request. For more details and contact information, please click here.
The Topsfield Water Department’s 2016 Water Quality Report is now available at the Water Department Office or online at www.topsfieldpublicworks.org.
A loved one missing? How will you find him or her? Call the Topsfield Fire Department at 978-887-5148/3895 and ask them about SafetyNet Tracking Systems.
An Emergency at Your House! Fire Dept. Cannot Open The Door. "Having a Lock-Box will give the Fire Department a key to your house, so we can open your front door in an emergency. The Lock-Box is securely attached to your house and only the Fire Department has the code to open the box. If we do not have the key, we need to forcibly open the door to get to you”, said Captain Jen-Collins Brown, of the Topsfield Fire Department. Please call the Fire Department at 978-887-5148/3895 for more information about this important service. The Lock-Box and installation are free.
9 am - 1 pm Saturdays Only at Highway Department, 279 Boston Street. No weekday drop offs.
Season passes and one day tickets may be purchased at Selectmen's Office at Town Hall Offices, 461 Boston Street, Unit E-6 in Topsfield.
Season Pass - $75.00
One Day Ticket - $10.00
For more information, visit TopsfieldPublicWorks.org
The Steward Integrated Preschool conducts preschool screenings throughout the school year for Topsfield children ages 3 to 5.
Contact Jenny Churchill, Special Education Services Coordinator, at Steward School, 978-887-1538 x4401 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment if you have any concerns about the current development of your child.
The Tri-Town Council Spring Newsletter is now available at: TriTownCouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/Spring-2017-Newsletter.pdf
The May 2017 edition of the Council on Aging's Newsletter, Senior Scoop, and previous editions are available here.
Operation Concern is a service provided to Topsfield senior citizens and disabled residents, in conjunction with the Topsfield Police Department, Topsfield TRIAD and the Topsfield Council on Aging. It is totally voluntary. The purpose of the program is to give seniors and disabled residents a means of checking in to the Police Department on a daily basis to tell them that they are ok.
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Topsfield Cable TV accepts announcements for its Community Bulletin Board. Please submit text announcements of fewer than 600 characters for best results. Alternatively, send a pre-formatted image that will show exactly as-is when aired. The image file must be 720x540 pixels and in .jpg or .ppt format. Please e-mail announcements to email@example.com Tuesday-Friday before 5 PM for immediate posting.