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  1. A person uses a pencil to take a survey on a tablet

    Commission on Disabilities develops survey on community access, will be available next month

    All residents are encouraged to complete the survey because the commission is committed to advocating for an all-encompassing range of disabilities and in keeping with its mission, truly represent all citizens’ needs. Read on...
  2. Sold Out Trees

    South Hadley Tree Program has Sold Out!

    Thank you to all of the South Hadley residents and businesses that ordered 800 trees!! Trees will be available for pick up in early May 2021. If you placed an order, you will be contacted directly to schedule your pickup. Read on...
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    Redevelopment in South Hadley Falls - Envision Main Street Design Project

    Explore the redevelopment of the 1.3-acre SHELD property on Main Street into a mixed-use development. This conceptual design project looks at existing zoning and other regulations and develops scenarios for how this site could be redeveloped Read on...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...
  6. The NHN Food Pantry logo of an apple and carrot

    Police, town hall staff collect more than 200 pounds of food for Neighbors Helping Neighbors

    Now more than ever the pantry needs donations of money and non-perishables and toiletries to help South Hadley and Granby families in need. Read on...
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    Conservation Commission Social Justice Statement

    The South Hadley Conservation Commission has endorsed a statement against racism. It is the commission's intention that everyone feel safe at conservation areas -especially people of color. Read on...
  8. Staff members gather around a table to look at an aerial map

    TOSH awarded funding for climate resiliency project

    The popular grant and designation program provides communities with funding and technical support to identify climate hazards, develop strategies to improve resilience, and implement priority actions to adapt to climate change. Read on...
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    Department of Public Health issues Stay At Home advisory between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.

    Beginning on Friday, Nov. 6, 2020, all residents of Massachusetts are advised to stay home between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. Read on...
  10. 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...
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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...
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