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P.O. Box 23

Norfolk, MA 02056

774.469.0609

shawn@repdooley.com

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©2018 SHAWN DOOLEY STATE REPRESENTATIVE. PROUDLY CREATED BY THE THIRD BEST INTERN.

Although first settled in 1669, Norfolk was not incorporated as a town until 1870, when the 15.2 square mile town broke away from Wrentham. Today, the town has blossomed into a bustling community of over 11,000 residents and a beautiful oasis outside of the dense urban jungle of Boston just 20 miles northeast. A significant portion of the town is dedicated to protected conservation land, helping to preserve the natural beauty of its many forests, farms, and native animals.

 

Norfolk, along with the towns of Wrentham and Plainville, is part of what is colloquially known as “the Tri-Town” or the “King Philip Towns” because of their shared school system.

 

Norfolk is the home of King Philip Regional Middle School and The King Philip Warriors of King Philip Regional High School in Wrentham. The Warriors have been a dominant force in Massachusetts athletics in recent years, winning back-to-back state championships in football in 2016 and 2017 as well as the 2016 state title in softball. King Philip is also widely known for their nationally recognized music program which has won many accolades as of recently, including marching band national championships in 2009, 2012, 2013, 2015, and 2016.

 

In addition, Norfolk is also home to several local eating landmarks including The Horse & Carriage, Eagle Brook Saloon, and Cilla’s Coffeehouse and will soon be a public safety hub with the opening of the Metacoment Regional Dispatch Center serving the towns of Norfolk, Wrentham, Plainville, and Franklin.  

Highlights of what Shawn has done for Norfolk:

  • $500,000 grant from the Baker-Polito Administration Municipal Small Bridge Program

  • Over $1,000,000 in prison mitigation funding from the Department of Corrections

  • $270,000 grant for purchase of a new ambulance

  • $50,000 for King Philip and Norfolk school safety improvements

  • $50,000 for improvements to the City Mills Dam

  • $50,000 Planning for Housing Production Grant from MassHousing along with special Housing Choice Designation from the Baker-Polito Administration

  • $1.8 million from MassWorks Grant

  • $350,000 in grants for Stony Brook boardwalk repair and reopening

  • Sustainable Materials Recovery Program (SMRP) grants from Mass. Dept. of Environmental Protection

  • $1,000,000+ grant for roof repairs at the HOD School

  • $25,000 grant to improve the town's water management plans

  • $50,000 for the creation of a King Philip Regional Animal Shelter

  • $50,000 for stormwater permitting requirements

Town Hall:                                          508-528-1408                        

One Liberty Lane
Norfolk, MA 02056

www.norfolk.ma.us

Veteran's Service Officer:              508-528-8485

Bill Conklin

One Liberty Lane
Norfolk, MA 02056

Norfolk Fire Department:             508-528-3207

117 Main Street
Norfolk, MA 02056

Norfolk Police Department:         508-528-3206

14 Sharon Ave
Norfolk, MA 02056