Newton Upper Falls industrial roots are linked to the railroad line that runs along its periphery. The main commercial center, Pettee Square, is at the intersection of Oak Street and Ossipee Road and contains a mix of small retail and larger employers housed in converted mill buildings. There is another smaller commercial area by Eliot Street and Chestnut Street, and parts of this village are in the Newton Upper Falls Historic District. This village is adjacent to the Charles River, also taking its name from a location on the falls, and is walking distance from the Needham Street corridor.
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!
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Newton Upper Falls Area Council - The Newton Upper Falls Neighborhood Area Council is a legal entity of Newton city government. Its purposes are several: to facilitate communication between Newton Upper Falls residents and the City; to address issues of importance to Newton Upper Falls residents; and to support and foster pride in Newton Upper Falls through the sponsorship of various community activities. Subscribe to the Upper Falls Email Newsletter.
Newton Upper Falls Local Historic District and Commission - The village of Newton Upper Falls has long been recognized as a historically important and architecturally intact neighborhood displaying the early development of the 19th century mill village built along the Charles River. The commission holds regular public meetings.
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For information on development projects in your village, please call the Planning Department at (617) 796-1120.