According to the announcement, this includes Flynn Building, Town Hall, Fairbank Community Center (including Atkinson Pool, Council on Aging, and Recreation offices and services), the Goodnow Library and non-essential offices at the Public Works department.
ORIGINAL STORY: Are you a fan of winter? Then you'll be happy to see what's coming on Wednesday.
Snow is expected to roll into the region early Wednesday morning, and Sudbury will likely see a significant total by day's end.
Below is what you need to know about the latest winter storm. We will be updating this storm center article throughout the storm as warranted, so check back for more.
All indications are that Sudbury and the surrounding area is likely to get a minimum of six inches of snow.
That total, according to several forecasts, could climb up to as much as 10 inches in town. The snow isn't expected to be the light, fluffy stuff. Meteorologists are expecting this to be a heavier snow.School Closed
There was no need for students and parents to bundle up and head to school on Wednesday.
That's because Sudbury Public Schools made the decision on early in the morning to cancel school on Wednesday due to the snow.
Sudbury Emergency Contacts
- In case of an emergency, dial 911
- Sudbury Police Department - 978-443-1042
- Sudbury Fire Department - 978-443-2239
- Sudbury Department of Public Works - 978-443-9715
- NStar power outages: 1-(800) 592-2000
- Keyspan gas emergencies: (800) 539-7726
- Comcast: 1-800-COMCAST 1-(800) 266-2278
- Verizon: 1-800-VERIZON 1-(800) 837-4966