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Ad Hoc Committee: Buildings on Pilings
The City Council O & A Committee is seeking 3 residents to serve as volunteers on an Ad Hoc Committee to review the city ordinance on "Inspection of buildings erected on pilings" Read on...
Water Customers - The 2014 Consumer Confidence Report Is Available
Demonstrating its commitment to public health protection and the public's right-to-know about local environmental information, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires community water systems to put annual drinking water quality reports in Read on...
Launch Service Season Pass
For permitted mooring holders within the boundaries of Gloucester Harbor Launch, a season pass can be purchased for $100 which will provide one round trip per day, for up to four adults and any accompanying children under 12 years old. Read On...
City's Policy On Signs At The Rotary
Signs are permitted at the Grant Circle Rotary in the area adjacent to the “Welcome to Gloucester” Sign, with the following stipulations: Read on...
SeeClickFix - Report An Issue - Help Us Help You!
Commonwealth Connect, powered by SeeClickFix Inc., is a place-based reporting platform which allows residents to document neighborhood concerns and improvements alike, from potholes, illegal dumping, flooding, and damaged sidewalks Along with the webpage Read on...
Curbside Collection of Televisions and Appliances - July 2, 2015
The next curbside collection of televisions and appliances will be July 2, 2015. To have an appliance or television picked up you must purchase a $25.00 Appliance/CRT sticker. These stickers are only available at the DPW, 28 Poplar Street. Read on...
Street Light Information And How To Report A Streetlight Outage
The City of Gloucester purchased approximately 2,800 street lights from National Grid, a transaction that will reduce annual maintenance and service expenses. The acquisition will allow the City to convert street lights to energy-efficient LED Read on...
Gloucester to Host Vietnam Memorial “The Wall That Heals”
The City of Gloucester and the United Veteran’s Council of Gloucester will host The Wall That Heals between July 9 and July 13 at the site of the former Fuller School. The Wall, a 250-foot-long replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. Read on...

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