Office of the Mayor
Located on the second floor of Newton City Hall, the office of the mayor serves as both a leadership point as well as a connective tool between the residents of Newton and its city officials. The mayor works with both the Board of Alderman and also serves as a member of the School Committee. Mayor Setti D. Warren, a Newton native, was elected in Nov. 2009. He has held public service positions on the state and federal level, working with Senator John Kerry as well as a staff member under the Clinton administration. He also served in Iraq for one year as a Naval Intelligence Specialist. Newton City Hall is just over a mile from the Newton Centre MBTA stop (green line, d branch) and the Newtonville Commuter Rail station (purple line, Framingham/Worcester line). The #59 MBTA bus also stops nearby at the intersection of Chestnut Street and Commonwealth Avenue.
- Hours: Mon, Wed - Fri, 8:30am - 5pm; Tue, 8:30am - 8pm
- Handicap Accessible: Handicapped parking spaces and a handicapped elevator are available.
- Parking: On-street: free
- Public restrooms: Yes
- Wi-Fi: Free