This page is the central landing page for major projects happening in town including infrastructure, development and other planning projects. See the list below for additional project specific information. Check back often as additional projects will be added at various times.
For more information on the proposed Weiss Farm development on Franklin Street, please click the link above.
This project includes a new 345-kilovolt (kV) underground transmission line that will connect Eversource’s Woburn Substation in Woburn and National Grid’s Wakefield Junction Substation in Wakefield, Mass. The line will extend approximately 8.5 miles between two existing substations, passing through Woburn, Winchester, Stoneham, and Wakefield. The project also includes improvements within the existing fence lines of the Woburn and Wakefield substations. Click the link above for more information.
The Northern Intermediate High Project will provide water system redundancy to MWRA’s Northern Immediate High service area, which serves the fully-supplied communities of Reading and Stoneham and to the partially-supplied communities of Wakefield, Wilmington, Winchester, and Woburn. Click the link above for more information.
Stoneham High was approved to move forward in the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) process in the fall of 2018 and the Town approved the expenditure of funds for the required Feasibility Study at the Annual Town Meeting held on May 6, 2019. In December, 2019, the MSBA, which will provide Stoneham a grant for the Feasibility Study costs, invited Stoneham into their grant program to develop a cost effective, sustainable and educationally appropriate solution to the aging Stoneham High School.
The Stoneham School Building Committee (SSBC) will oversee the Feasibility Study and will investigate renovation, renovation and addition, and new construction options. The SSBC meetings are open to all and the committee welcomes your attendance and input. If you cannot attend the meeting in person, you can find online versions of the meeting live, on Stoneham TV government channels (Comcast 22, RCN 15 and Verizon 36). You can also view the meetings at any time on https://www.stonehamtv.org/ondemand in the Stoneham School Building Committee section.
The School Building Committee is dedicated to informing the Stoneham community-at-large about the Stoneham High School building project. For more information on the high school building project, please see the link above.