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The Select Board is authorized to grant the following liquor licenses in accordance with MGL Chapter 138:
Chapter 138 places a restriction on the number of licenses that any city or town can issue. That quota is based on population. The Town of Natick has reached its quota for package stores and no new licenses can be issued. There are licenses available for the other categories.
Please contact the Select Board’s Office, at 508 647-6410, for rules and regulations, applications, and the application process.
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Banners celebrating events and festivals in Natick and celebrating traditional holidays are approved by the Select Board. You should contact the Select Board’s Office, at 508-647-6410, to be informed of the town’s policies and guidelines governing banners.
The 1st step is to send a letter to the Office of the Select Board requesting permission for a block party. You need to include your address, the date of the event as well as a rain date in your letter. The matter will then be placed on the Select Board’s agenda for one of their regularly scheduled meetings. You will receive a letter from the board notifying you as to whether or not they approved your request.
Use of the Common is approved by the Select Board with a recommendation from the Recreation and Parks Commission. Any individual or organization wishing to hold an event on the Common should submit a request in writing to both the Select Board and the Recreation Department. To check the availability of a particular date and obtain the rules and regulations for the use of the Common, please contact the Recreation and Parks Commission, by phone at 508-647-6530, or in person at: 179 Boden Lane Natick, MA 01760
Simply write to:Select Board 13 E. Central St. Natick, MA 01760
You can also contact their office at 508-647-6410. The Select Board does include on its agenda the item called “citizens concerns.” This is time, allocated by the board (and limited to a few minutes), for residents to come forward with any concerns or problems they feel the board should be aware of or could help with.
You need to write to: Safety Committee 13 E. Central St. Natick, MA 01760
Include in your letter the location and the reasons / concerns for your request along with your name, address, and telephone number. The Safety Committee will review your request and make a recommendation to the Select Board pertaining to such request. After hearing from the Safety Committee, the board will vote whether to approve your request at one of their regularly scheduled meetings.