Chestnut Hill

About Chestnut Hill

As a place name, Chestnut Hill includes portions of the City of Newton and Town of Brookline located near Route 9/Boylston Street, Boston College, and the border with the City of Boston. The Chestnut Hill Historic District includes residential portions of the village, while the commercial activities in Chestnut Hill are primarily the regional shopping malls on Route 9.

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Village Views

Mayor Warren would like to know what you are thinking and how he can improve municipal services and enhance the quality of life in your village. This survey is the first step in a new initiative by Mayor Warren to increase dialogue between Newton residents, businesses, and City Government. Based on your responses, we will hold community meetings to discuss your topics of interest and develop joint strategies to address your concerns. We appreciate your feedback and comments!

Please take the survey here

Resources

Chestnut Hill Association - an organization of Chestnut Hill residents.

Chestnut Hill Local Historic District and Commission - Chestnut Hill has been recognized as an architecturally important and intact historic neighborhood with many late 19th and early 20th century architect-designed home and gardens. The commision holds regular public meetings.

Street and sidewalk construction schedule

Restaurant Listing
CLICK HERE for the Food Grading GIS map!

Business Listing

School, Voting, and Trash Pickup Information for Your Address

Newcomers Reference

Newton Community Life Resource Guide

Volunteer for Boards and Commissions

Internship Opportunities

Volunteer as a Snow Shoveler

Snow Resources

Receive Alerts from Police

Community Engagement Meetings

Coming Soon

Community Development Projects

For information on development projects in your village, please call the Planning Department at (617) 796-1120.

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