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Brookline Shares Update To Town Operations Ahead Of Expected Winter Storm

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Town Administrator Mel Kleckner wishes to notify the community of changes to the Town of Brookline’s operations and services due to the expected winter storm tomorrow.

Town offices will be closed to the public on Friday, January 07, 2022, but services will be available remotely. Town employees who are able to do so will be working from home, and will be able to be reached during normal business hours.

Schools and libraries, as well as the Brookline Council on Aging and Brookline Recreation Department also will be closed.

Public Works employees and emergency operations staff will be needed for weather and snow removal services. As a result, trash collection will be delayed by a day.

Emergency services will operate as normal, including Brookline Police, Fire and Dispatch. Residents are reminded to always call 911 in the event of an emergency. Residents can report non-emergencies at BrookOnLine.

Residents are encouraged to review the Department of Public Works Winter Guide, which provides helpful information on snow removal. To view the winter guide, please visit here.