The City of Newton will present the next in its series of forums on zoning redesign —Housing for Whom: Zoning, Affordability, Fair Housing on Thursday, December 14 from 6:30-8pm at the Newton Free Library. Residents are encouraged to attend and give their input. … Read More

Visit www.NewtonSaves.com or call 781-436-2639 to schedule your Home Energy Assessment  or Mass Save Energy Upgrade!   During an assessment, energy-saving products are installed at no cost as needed, such as: ENERGY STAR® LED light bulbs, advanced power strips, low-flow showerheads, faucet aerators and programmable thermostats or discounted wireless thermostats (installed at a … Read More

The Newton Free Library (Druker Auditorium) will be showing a screening of  ‘An Inconvenient Sequel’ on Monday, December 18 at 6:30pm. In this follow up to ‘Inconvenient Truth’, Former Vice President Al Gore continues his tireless fight, traveling around the world to train … Read More

Members of our community who care about the health of our children, families and firefighters are grateful to Newton’s State Senator Cynthia Creem for filing “The Children and Firefighters Protection Act”, a bill that would ban toxic flame retardants. For forty years, three chemical … Read More

Plastic bags are the #1 source of contamination in Newton’s recycling… a message from Waneta Trabert, Director, Newton Environmental Affairs Division Plastic bags are the #1 source of contamination in Newton’s recycling. Though they are recyclable, plastic bags are not accepted … Read More

Newton Energy $avers, a project of the city and Green Newton, set a goal for 600 homes to have no-cost home energy assessments and for 400 energy upgrades to be completed within a 16-month time frame by Earth Day, 2018.  Qualified residents who have already had … Read More