DEPOSIT DUE DATE: Trip deposits must be made before the end of October for group discounted fees.
COST: Approximately $2,500.00 per person for accommodations and flight.
Leominster Recreation Department will have further information on this trip, Wednesday, November 8th at 6:00 pm in the program building at 40 Barrett Parkway, Leominster, MA.
OCome enjoy nature, get some fresh air and exercise at Barrett Park! The Leominster Recreation Department, Project Apples, Leominster Trail Stewards, Emergency Management and Boy Scouts are joining together to offer a free winter event!
Emergency Management will speak about ice safety and ice rescue – Come see the hovercraft used for ice rescue and meet the rescue team.
Leominster Trail Stewards will offer guided hikes through the trails – if snow, bring your snowshoes.
Project Apples will offer a guided “Story Walk” around the park.
Troop 11 Boy Scouts will demonstrate how to make ice rescue claws and build igloos – if there is snow. Come enjoy the bonfire and free hot cocoa provided by Emergency Management, go skating, build a snowman (bring your own accessories) and much more! Don’t miss out on this fun filled day!
The Cost is FREE
COST: $2.00 per person - sold at the door only
If you are interested in starting a business, we are here to help you. The Business Development Office was created to assist start-ups, existing businesses, and businesses looking to move into Leominster in the process. We are located at City Hall in room 6 near the elevators.
Starting a business can be overwhelming. This page is designed to make the process easier and includes many links and resources to help you along the way. We’ve also included several low cost or free resources. Please feel free to contact us anytime or call for an appointment.
Leominster’s success in maintaining that solid economic base stems from a combination of strategies. The city offers a broad range of economic development resources, from Tax Increment Financing (TIF) program, Special Tax Assessment (STA) program, Abandoned Building Renovation Tax Deduction (ABRTD), Housing Development Incentive Program (HDIP) Leominster-based North Central MA Career Center and Workforce Investment Board, Gateway Community Status, and more.
More than 120 Leominster companies are tied to the manufacturing industry with production ranging in medical, military, household, and life science. With a blend of municipal and private services, Leominster is Ready to promote economic development opportunities for businesses of all sizes.
The City of Leominster is a business-friendly community as proven by its customer service efforts and technical support to all companies. We provide assistance to our employers through a collaborative effort of local agencies, state offices, and municipal services.
A few of the Technical Support Services for business:
The NewVue Communities Small Business Development Office, 470 Main St. in Fitchburg, offers free assistance with business plan, workshops, training and support. They can be reached at (978) 342-9561.
The Leominster Library is another great resource for entrepreneurs. The library has designed a section specifically dedicated to entrepreneurs with a large inventory of books, CD and computer access.
Prior to meeting with a business counselor you may want to ask yourself the following questions:
If you are purchasing an existing business you may want to ask the following:
From the Sentinel & Enterprise
By Peter Jasinski, email@example.com
LEOMINSTER -- Mayor Dean Mazzarella is expected to present a new location for the police department's proposed new station during Monday's City Council meeting.
Though the exact location has yet to be publicly announced, the upcoming presentation marks the latest development on an issue that has been discussed and debated locally for over 20 years.
Several ideas and potential locations have come before the council in recent years only to be stalled or voted down. Most recently, Mazzarella and councilors met last August to confirm that building a new location, rather than renovating the current building on Church Street, would be the most desirable option for the city. The decision was made based on the extent of repairs that would need to be made to the building, as well as the station still not meeting the department's space needs.
Prior to that, the former National Plastics Center & Museum on Lancaster Street had been viewed as the most serious contender as a new site. The council approved the $650,000 purchase of the building in 2010, and it has been used to house the department's detectives' bureau in recent years, following a $160,000 partial renovation.
Leominster, MA Code of Ordinances Sec.13-26 - All night parking
It shall be unlawful for the driver of any vehicle, other than one acting in an emergency, to park such vehicle on any street for a period of time longer than one hour between the hours of 12:00am and 6:00am of any day during the winter parking ban in effect forty-eight hours before a predicted winter storm, during the storm, and forty-eight hours after the storm to provide municipal cleanup.