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Yes. Access the online application (PDF) and send the completed document to the Winchester Town Clerk located at:
71 Mt. Vernon St.
Winchester, MA 01890
All persons applying for a business certificate, and named on the form, must appear before a notary public, and personally, to have their signatures witnessed. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The WSA is a private not-for-profit organization which maintains the Jenks Senior Center which is owned by the WSA Trust. In addition, they plan for all the travel and activities which are offered at the Jenks Center.
The COA is a public not for profit town-appointed board which hires a professional staff to provide social services, health services, legal and financial services, education, and advocacy for all Winchester seniors.
This program has been set up by the town and is run by the COA. For seniors 60 years or older who own their own home and are income eligible, jobs are available in the schools, library, and Town Hall. For doing 125 hours of community service a year, the senior receives $1,500 off their property tax. This is a program which accepts middle-income seniors.
Our social worker conducts a caregivers group on the 4th Thursday of every month at 11:00am and a Low Vision Support Group on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 11:00am.
Other than swimming pool fencing and fencing on corner lots, the Building Department has no jurisdiction regarding the placement of fencing. No permit is required unless fencing is higher than 7 feet.