Welcome to the Downtown Waltham Partnership!
The goals of the Downtown Waltham Partnership:
News & Events
Charles River Historic Walking Tour
Date: Sept. 3, 2017
Location: Meet at Landry Park at 154 Moody Street, Waltham, MA, 02453.
Noon - 1:00 pm: Historical walking tour about the industrial revolution and a wildlife talk led by the Waltham Land Trust.
1:00 - 1:30 pm: Tour of the Watch City Bike Lab and talk with the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation at 154 Moody Street.
Description: East Coast Greenway Alliance and its partners are hosting a historical walking tour, wildlife talk, tour of the Watch City Bike Lab and talk with the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation on September 3 from noon to 1:30 pm.
Waltham Neighborhoods Fall Festival
Date: Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017
Time/Location: 1-4 pm on the front lawn of the Waltham Public Library at 735 Main Street in Waltham.
Description: The event is completely free and every year there is great entertainment, free food, and activities. If it rains, the event will be moved inside the library.
There are several performers lined up and the current stage schedule is:
1:00 - ZUMBA
1:50 - Diamond Family Circus
2:30 - Jeff Jam, children’s musician
3:05 - Guy the band
3:30 - Adam Sickler, musician
Upcoming Waltham Chamber of Commerce Events:
Women In Business Breakfast
Date: Tue, Sept. 12, 2017
Time/Location: 7:30 - 9:00 am - Hilton Garden Inn, Waltham MA
Speaker: Dorothy Will, Director WCVB-TV
Networking After Hours
Date: Thu, Sept. 14, 2017
Time/Location: 5:30 - 7 pm - Ruth's Chris Steak House, Waltham MA
Description: Hosted by: Ruth Fertel founded Ruth's Chris Steak House in 1965 in New Orleans. In 2017 we brought Ruth's Chris to Waltham. Whenever a meal brings people together, we're honored when it's shared around one of our tables. A world-class steak house, uniquely Waltham: Ruth knew the importance of embracing the place you call home.
Young Professional's Network
Date: Tue, Sept. 26, 2017
Time/Location: 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Bistro 781, Waltham Massachusetts
Description: The Young Professional's Network will serve to foster the development of Waltham's young talent through networking opportunities, career development guidance and resources for startups.
Information from the Waltham Health Department:
The City of Waltham Board of Health will work together with residents, business owners, and other City Departments to promote a better understanding of rat/rodent behavior and how to minimize their presence and impact on the community. Our inspectors are committed to rodent control and providing educational information to the public. By working together we can keep our neighborhoods clean and healthy. There's no way around it! To send the rats packing we all have to work together.
For more information click here. If you have questions or concerns please call
Public Help Needed: Reward For Information On Cooper Street Arson
Fire officials asked anyone with information concerning the Cooper Street fire to contact the statewide arson hotline, at 1-800-682-9229 with any information. There is a reward of up to $5,000 for information regarding the alleged arson.
Additionally, the property owner and general contractor, Callahan Construction Managers, is offering an award of up to $100,000 upon the arrest and conviction of those allegedly responsible for the fire.
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE MOODY STREET CLEAN UP EVENT!
Along with the Waltham Land Trust, we would like to say a huge "Thank You" to everyone who came out and participated in our Moody Street Clean Up this past Sunday! We had over 40 participants and cleaned up an estimated 25 full bags of trash and litter! The Waltham Land Trust and the The City of Waltham stocked us up with gloves and trash bags... and Lizzy's Homemade Ice Cream gave out Coupons for Kiddie Ice creams to kids 10 and under who came as well.
Storefront Improvement Program sees more businesses improving their outward appearances!
Sept. 21, 2016 - The continuing results of the Storefront Improvement Program (SIP) are impressive. New signs have gone up at Joco's Bar and Kitchen at 450 Moody Street, Suman's Salon at 396 Moody Street, Marcou Jewelers at 318 Moody Street, Los Primo's Barbershop at 459 Moody Street, and Leo's Place Diner at 655 Main Street.
The Storefront Improvement Program is a pilot program of the DWP which provides grants of up to $5,000.00 for exterior facade improvements such as awnings, signage, windows, etc. The program is funded through the City of Waltham Planning Departments using CDBG funds.
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Are you a business in the Downtown and would like to become a member?
Please fill out this form and return it with payment to be added to our membership listing. Download Membership Form (PDF)
UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS IN 2017
FREE "Tick Tock Trolley" loop, serving portions of the Downtown
Thu - Sat, 6pm - 11pm
Second-Annual Downtown Waltham Holiday Stroll
Embassy Park on Moody Street
Thursday, Dec. 21 - 5 - 7pm
Ugly Sweater Party
Joco's Bar and Kitchen
Saturday, Dec. 2 - 9pm
Holiday Networking Event
Embassy Suites Boston/Waltham, Waltham MA
Tuesday, Dec. 5 - 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Community Carol Singing
Waltham Arts Council - 119 School Street
Tuesday, Dec. 12 - 6:30 - 7:30pm
High West Dinner
Thursday, Dec. 14 - 6:30pm
SEE MORE EVENTS
Joco's Bar and Kitchen - 450 Moody Street - www.jocosbar.com
Leo's Place Diner - 655 Main Street - www.leosplacediner.net
Los Primos Barber Shop - 459 Moody Street
Marcou Jewelers - 318 Moody Street - www.marcoujewelers.com
Suman's Salon - 396 Moody Street - sumanssalon.squarespace.com
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