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2020 Draft Hazard Mitigation Plan
City staff have been working with the technical assistance of the MAPC to develop a draft plan for submission to the FEMA which now available for review and comment: If you would like to provide comments please do so by December 19, 2019 Read on...
Notice to Water Customers - Bond Street - Essex Ave Area
Public Works crews are currently repairing an emergency water service leak on Bond street which has lead to a temporary disruption in water service on Essex Ave and the mid block of Bond Street. Water should be back on within the hour.
IMPORTANT TRASH COLLECTION NOTICE FOR TUESDAY DECEMBER 3, 2019
ATTENTION: Due to the pending snow storm, trash collection for Tuesday has been postponed. We will be operating on a holiday schedule. Tuesday's collection will be Wednesday Read on...
NOTICE TO OUR WATER CUSTOMERS
On Wednesday, December 4, 2019 water treatment plant operations will be transferred from West Gloucester to Babson as a part of routine operations. This may change the direction of flow in some water mains and may cause temporary discoloration Read on...
NOTICE - TRASK STREET AREA IMPROVEMENT PROJECT CONSTRUCTION
On Monday, December 2, 2019, the City's contractor will begin replacing the sanitary sewer and storm drainage work at the Millett-Sargent-Shepard Street intersections. There will be road closures and detours. The road closures and detour routes will be Read on...
Public Notice - Trask Street Area Public Improvements Project
The Trask Street Area Improvements Project is scheduled to begin at 7 a.m. on October 15, 2019. The Contractor doing this work is N. Granese & Sons, Inc. (Granese) of Salem, Massachusetts. Granese has been awarded the contract to replace certain Read on...
Harbormaster Office to Temporarily Close; Will Relocate to the Veterans’ Services Center on Emerson
Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken today announced that the Harbormaster’s Office is set to close the week of October 7, 2019 and will re-open at a new, temporary location beginning Tuesday, October 15. Read on...
Important Notice Regarding The Memorial Bench Program
Just a friendly reminder that the memorial bench program has ended. The intent of this program was to replace old existing park benches on the boulevard and throughout the City. This has been accomplished. Read on...

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