Select Board Encourages Residents to Sign Up to Receive Important Town Alerts
to sign up to receive alerts about important town updates via the town's newly available
In an effort to keep community members informed with the latest town news, the Town
of Norfolk recently launched its new notification system, E-Notify.
E-Notify allows residents to receive important town communications from the comfort of
their homes. Norfolk residents can sign up for custom text and email alerts and adjust
their communication preferences as they see fit. Available alerts include Town News,
Job Opportunities, updates pertaining to the Town of Norfolk Master Plan and the Fire
Station Building Project and more.
To sign up for E-Notify, residents can visit www.Norfolk.ma.us and click "Subscribe to
Stay Informed" on the website's home page. Users will then be prompted to enter their
email addresses and begin managing their subscriptions.
"Since day one, we’ve operated with the understanding that an engaged and informed
community is a critical component of effective town government," said Select Board
member Kevin Kalkut. "This service, along with other new avenues to meet residents
where they are, will help connect our neighbors to the amazing work being done here in
In addition to using E-Notify, the Town of Norfolk continues to host Select Board and
Advisory Committee meetings in a hybrid format to allow for community members to
participate in person or online via Zoom. These meetings are also aired by NCTV to be
streamed live or available on-demand via Youtube.
The Town of Norfolk's official Facebook page and the town's community Facebook
page also serve as a communication channel for residents to receive updates on
upcoming events and projects. All social media posts direct residents to the Town's
website, where they can find accompanying resources and staff contact information.
"The Town of Norfolk has lots of great news to be shared with residents, and we hope
that through these channels our residents will stay informed and up to date with the
latest happenings around town," Town Administrator Casanova-Davis said.