1. News & Announcements

    Keep Up with South Hadley’s Latest news
  1. Eversource postcard

    Columbia Gas to transition to Eversource

    As Columbia Gas transitions to Eversource, the company will send out the attached postcard to notify its customers in October. Read on...
  2. Stands against racism

    Selectboard statement against racism - updated June 30, 2020

    It is the commitment of the South Hadley Selectboard to proactively seek out and address racism across our town and within our municipal government. Read on...
  3. Roll to the Polls

    Roll to the Polls for $1

    ValleyBike is thrilled make sure you have an easy and inexpensive way to get to the polls on November 3rd. You can get a Day Pass for $1.00 and ALL rides will have unlimited 3 hour rides for the day so you can get to the polls and case your vote! Read on...
  4. Residents gather in the new dog park

    South Hadley Dog Park opens for public use

    The dog days of summer may have come to a close, but the South Hadley Dog Park is now open. COVID-19 safety guidelines must be followed when using the park. Read on...
  5. A jack-o-lantern sits to the left of wooden numbers 3 and 1

    Follow CDC guidelines if participating in Halloween activities

    As a municipality, South Hadley does not host or regulate any holiday - including Halloween - or have any authority to do so. We recommend residents follow CDC guidelines for holiday celebrations. Read on...
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    Help South Hadley Plant 500 Trees!

    The Town has received grant funding to help South Hadley property owners plant trees to offset the negative impacts of climate change. Ordering is now open! There is NO cost to you and NO limit on how many trees you can get. All orders needed by Dec. 1! Read on...
  7. A hunter wearing blaze orange sits on a log

    Hunting season begins - Be Safe, Be Seen, Get Your Orange On!

    Many outdoor areas we enjoy in South Hadley for hiking and biking are also available for hunting. All outdoor users who are on trails during hunting season are encouraged to wear blaze orange to increase their visibility. Read on...
  8. hey did you know

    New SHPD crime prevention strategy enlists residents with security cameras

    This new crime prevention and investigative tool allows law enforcement to easily identify the locations of video surveillance systems and enlist the assistance of the community to help obtain video evidence. Read on...
  9. A woman wears a protective mask in store

    Wearing a mask in public helps slow COVID-19 spread

    Governor Baker requires all residents to cover their face when they cannot maintain six feet of social distance in public. Read on...
  10. Yard Waste Flyer

    Fall yard waste curbside collection scheduled for Oct. 26 - Nov. 20

    Please only use paper or open top containers. Any brush must be tied in bundles of no more than four feet in length. Yard waste must be curbside by 7 a.m. on collection day. Please keep yard waste barrels separate from trash barrels. Read on...
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    Transfer station now accepting two reservations for same time

    The DPW is now allowing double-booking for each five-minute time slot. That means two reservations can be made every five minutes. Read on...
  12. In-PersonVoting_2020FederalElection

    Information for In-Person Voting on Election Day

    All precincts will still be voting at South Hadley High School, but precincts will be separated to four different entrances and voting will take place in different spaces within the school... For more information please watch the attached video. Read on...
  13. Ballot box with ballot being inserted

    View the November 3rd State Election Specimen Ballot

    View the November 3rd State Election Specimen Ballot View Specimen Ballot
  14. A letter sticked out of a mailbox

    Mail-in voting ballots are on their way to residents

    Staff pitched in over the last few days to assist the town clerk’s office assemble vote-by-mail ballot packets. The ballots have been mailed out in waves throughout this week. More than 5,500 have been assembled and mailed, with a few hundred more to go. Read on...
  15. Ballots

    Ballot collection box located between town hall and police station

    The absentee / mail-in voting ballot collection box is located between town hall and the police station. Security cameras are trained on it to ensure safety. Read on...
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