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Geographic Info. Systems (GIS)
The Geographic Information System (GIS), is an organized collection of computer hardware, software, geographic data, and personnel designed to efficiently capture, store, update, manipulate, analyze, and display all forms of geographically referenced information.
Wellesley Health Department assesses and addresses the needs of the Wellesley community, through regulatory enforcement, communicable disease prevention and surveillance, public health nursing services, social work, and health promotion initiatives, in order to protect and improve the health and quality of life of its residents and work force.
The Highway Division is part of the Wellesley Public Works Department and is responsible for the maintenance, repair and upkeep of all town roads and streets, street signs, sidewalks, and all surface and subsurface drainage systems to provide for safe vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
Our mission is to attract and retain the staff necessary for the Town of Wellesley to function at optimal capacity.
The Information Technology Department promotes, maintains and supports both current and future software and hardware technologies that improve the efficiency for all departments to better serve the residents of Wellesley.
The Wellesley Free Library serves as a community gathering place, a cultural destination, and a gateway to ideas for residents of all ages and interests. Through comprehensive collections and innovative spaces, technologies and programs, the Library provides free and convenient access to information both within and beyond our walls.
Municipal Light Plant
The Wellesley Municipal Light Plant (WMLP) is a Town-owned entity established to provide low cost, safe and reliable electricity to Wellesley residents and businesses. Wellesley has electric rates that are among the lowest in Massachusetts while also providing highly reliable service. The WMLP issues utility bills for electricity, water and sewer each month.
Natural Resources (NRC)
The Natural Resources Commission (NRC) oversees the use, preservation and protection of the town's parks and conservation areas, serves as tree warden, sets policies for insect control and pesticide use, and protects the town watershed areas.