The Petition must be returned to the Traffic Commission in order for the Secretary to notify all resident/homeowners by mail of the date and time of the meeting where the petition will be taken up and debated.
On Tuesday, April 11th at 5:00pm, the Medford Traffic Commission held its monthly meeting by Zoom. The agenda includes discussion of proposed bike lanes, bus stop pullouts, pedestrian safety enhancements, traffic calming and some on-street parking removal on Winthrop Street between Victory Park and South Street. City of Medford staff are prioritizing rapid implementation of bike lanes throughout the city on streets where on-street parking is underutilized. These facilities will also produce a traffic calming effect by slightly narrowing the motor vehicle lanes, improving safety for all road users. These improvements demonstrate the City’s commitment to Complete Streets in all practices.
Alva M. Erickson Secretary, Medford Police Department
Vote by Mail and Early Voting Reminders
Election Day for the Presidential Primary is on Tuesday, March 5, 2024 and the City wants to share reminders about vote by mail and early voting!
If you’ve requested a vote by mail ballot, fill the ballot out and get it back to the Elections Office! You have options for returning your ballot. The ballot can be mailed to the Elections Commission, Room 102, 85 George P. Hassett Dr, Medford MA, 02155. It can also be dropped off at one of two secure drop boxes at City Hall: next to City Hall or outside Room 102. The deadline to request a vote by mail ballot is February 27 and ballots must be received by 8pm on March 5.
Early voting will take place at City Hall beginning on Saturday, February 24 through Friday, March 1 during the following times: