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    Absentee and Mail-In ballots available for April 13 town election - deadline to apply is April 7

    There are three ways to vote in the April 13 town election: mail-in, absentee, or in-person. Click below for information on how to request and submit mail-in and absentee ballot applications, and for more election information. Read on...
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    Town hall and municipal buildings have a new, centralized phone number

    Town hall and all municipal buildings can now be reached at our new phone number, 538-5030. See our staff directory below for a full list of extensions. Read on...
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    Consider volunteering on a board or commission - vacancies need filling by June

    The Selectboard is seeking citizens with diverse interests and abilities to apply for these available positions. There are no special requirements, though applicants must be registered to vote in the Town of South Hadley. Read on...
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    Funding available for South Hadley home repairs

    The town of South Hadley, with the assistance of the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission, has funding to assist qualified homeowners in making necessary repairs to their homes. Register for the waiting list now! Read on...
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    Dog owners reminded to pick up and remove dog waste from public areas

    During these times, where more of us are spending time at home and using local outdoor public facilities, we want to send out a friendly reminder to dog owners. Please keep your pet leashed and remember to pick up their waste! Read on...
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    Residents with disabilities asked to fill out Commission on Disabilities survey

    The Commission on Disabilities supports the full and equal participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of life in town. Help the group identify the community's specific needs by filling out an online survey. Read on...
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    Council on Aging Offers Assistance in Booking COVID 19 Vaccinations

    If you need assistance to book a COVID 19 vaccine, please call the Council on Aging's Vaccine Hotline at 650-1021. Leave a message on the voicemail and a staff member will return your call as soon as possible. Read on...
  8. Eviction protection declaration

    CDC issues order to protect residents from eviction

    The CDC has issued an order that may protect you from being evicted or removed from where you are living. This means that you may be able to stay at the place where you live through June 30, 2021, if you qualify. Read on...
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    Register for Household Hazardous Waste Day on June 12

    Household Hazardous Waste Day will take place on June 12 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Industrial Drive. Registration is required. Call the DPW at 538-5033 to confirm your spot starting April 1. Read on...
  10. 2021 Yardwaste

    Spring yard waste curbside collection held March 29- April 23

    Paper bags or open top containers only;. These must be curbside by 7 a.m. on your trash collection day. Each trash route will have two collections Read on...
  11. Election PSA

    Watch a PSA on how to vote in person on Election Day at SHHS April 13

    The annual town election is Tuesday, April 13 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at SHHS. Click through to watch a PSA on how to vote in person on election day. Read on...
  12. new drop box picture

    Absentee and Mail-In ballots now available for April 13 town election

    There are three ways to vote in the April 13 town election: mail-in, absentee, or in-person. Click below for information on how to request and submit mail-in and absentee ballot applications, and for more election information. Read on...
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