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  1. A pink phone receiver on a white background

    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...
  2. Nomnation papers

    Consider a run for town office. Nomination papers now available.

    Nomination papers for Selectboard, School Committee, Board of Assessor, Board of Health, Planning Board, Municipal Light Board, Trustee for Free Public Library, Housing Authority, Town Moderator and Town Meeting Member are now available digitally. Read on...
  3. A woman speaks into a megaphone

    Selectboard invites community to provide input on next town administrator

    Residents are asked to share preferred qualifications, skills, and experience they would like the next South Hadley town administrator to have. Email to the consulting firm hired to conduct a search or complete an anonymous survey. Read on...
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    South Hadley volunteers help clean the Connecticut River

    Thank you to our South Hadley volunteers that participated during the month of September in the CT River Source to Sea Cleanup, sponsored by the Connecticut River Conservancy. Over 1,300 volunteers across four states hauled out nearly 35 tons of trash. Read on...
  5. Earth Heart

    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...
  6. A blue, orange and green logo for Holyoke Medical Center

    HMC asks for community to complete survey on behavioral health needs

    Holyoke Medical Center and its Community Health Initiative Committee have devised a short, two-question survey to better clarify the most pressing behavioral health needs within our community. Click through to take the survey. Read on...
  7. COVID-19 Vaccine Scams 2020

    Avoid COVID-19 vaccine scams

    Distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine will soon begin. Be aware of scams involving the vaccine. Click through to see a list of potential scenarios. Read on...
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    Curbside Christmas tree pick-up swapped for additional yardwaste pickup in spring

    While there will be no curbside tree pickup, residents have two options. They can bring trees to the transfer station NO RESERVATION REQUIRED Jan 8 & 9 and Jan. 15 & 16 or dispose of trees during the spring curbside yard waste collection in March/April 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...
  10. Nomnation papers

    Consider a run for town office. Nomination papers now available.

    Nomination papers for Selectboard, School Committee, Board of Assessor, Board of Health, Planning Board, Municipal Light Board, Trustee for Free Public Library, Housing Authority, Town Moderator and Town Meeting Member are now available digitally. Read on...
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