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  1. Green Bag and Bin

    Trash abatement applications due by Oct. 15 - no exceptions

    The FY20 trash bill was due Oct. 1. The final day to apply for a trash abatement is Oct. 15. There are NO exceptions. Read on for more trash billing and pick-up information. Read on...
  2. A white band-aid on a blue background encouraging the flu vaccine

    Health Department offers flu clinic Oct. 17

    The clinic will be held Thursday, Oct. 17 from 2:30-5 p.m. in the South Hadley Town Hall auditorium at 116 Main St. Read on...
  3. A rendering of the Hahn-Warner Arboretum property

    Care for trees in South Hadley's arboretum - volunteers needed Oct. 19, 20, 26

    Work will include clearing undergrowth around arboretum trees, light pruning, and general landscape maintenance. Some tools will be provide but bring gloves and any other gear you need to be comfortable working outside. Read on...
  4. A small globe of earth held in a person&#39s hand in front of a mountain landscape

    Climate Change Preparedness Listening Session set for Nov. 6

    The forum will discuss municipal vulnerabilities and preparedness related to climate change. Attendees will learn more about the priority actions identified during the planning process and will have an opportunity to provide feedback. Read on...
  5. A map of the Woodlawn Plaza showing the latest ValleyBike location

    New ValleyBike station opens at Woodlawn Plaza

    ValleyBike is continuing to grow in South Hadley! The newest bike station opened this past week at the Woodlawn Plaza, outside PeoplesBank. It is fully stocked with bikes ready to rent. Read on...
  6. RiverToRangeTrail-9811

    Third Annual Go4Life Stroll (All Ages-All Abilities Family Fun Walk) Offered October 20

    Presented by South Hadley Bike-Walk Committee, the Council On Aging & the Planning/Conservation Department, the 1-mile, ADA-accessible River-To-Range Loop Trail event is perfect for friends & family of all ages. Dogs, strollers & bikes are welcome too! Read on...
  7. A cloud logo with the text &#39ViewPoint Cloud&#39 inside of it

    South Hadley upgrades online permitting system to ViewPoint Cloud

    VPC is a more modern, user-friendly version of ViewPermit used to submit applications for various certificates, licenses and permits to town departments. Residents who used the former ViewPermit system will need to create a new account in VPC. Read on...
  8. A beige brick church building with a steeple on top set back in green grass

    Senior Center to close Oct. 30 - Nov. 1 to move to temporary location

    The senior center will temporarily operate out of St. Theresa's Parish, located at 9 East Parkview Drive, in South Hadley. All Council on Aging programs will begin at the parish on Monday, Nov. 4. Read on...
  9. A white triangle-shaped road work sign depicting a human shoveling dirt is outlined in red

    Old Lyman, North Main roadwork to begin Oct. 21

    Work will start Oct. 21 and continue to Oct. 25 on North Main Street from West Summit to Pheasant Run, and the entirety of Old Lyman Road. A binder/base coat will be applied Oct. 28 - Nov. 1. Final paving is tentatively scheduled for the summer of 2020. Read on...
  10. A blue, rippled body of water gradually changes to a lighter blue

    Town publishes After Action Report regarding August release of untreated effluent into CT River

    The Town of South Hadley prides itself on being a good river steward. Improvements to the Main Street pumping station, as well as other upgrades made to the system, are part of that commitment to keep the river safe and clean. Read on...
  11. Orange and red maple leaves are piled on the ground throughout the photo frame

    Fall yard waste pick-up set for Oct. 28-Nov. 22

    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...
  12. 116 Main Project Area

    Route 116 / Newton Street project plans, information available from MassDOT

    Learn more about the project in a presentation offered by MassDOT. Read on...
  13. A red flyer lists the cities and towns participating in the free Oct. 26 drug take-back

    Bring unwanted meds to the SHPD for Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Oct. 26

    Residents are welcome to bring unwanted prescription drugs to the drop box in the police station free of charge and with no questions asked on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. as part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. Read on...
  14. The rear door of a yellow school bus

    Message to motorists: Slow down as school returns to session

    This month, students will walk, bike or ride to and from school. Inevitably, our roads will be more congested. It’s important every day, but particularly before and after school, for motorists to slow down and pay attention to the road. Read on...
  15. A young woman holds a vape pen to her mouth

    Gov. Baker order temporarily prohibits sale, display of all vaping products in state

    Baker declared a public health emergency in the Commonwealth due to severe lung disease associated with the use of e-cigarettes and vaping products, and the epidemic of e-cigarette uses among youth. Read on...
  16. Green Bag and Bin

    Trash abatement applications due by Oct. 15 - no exceptions

    The FY20 trash bill was due Oct. 1. The final day to apply for a trash abatement is Oct. 15. There are NO exceptions. Read on for more trash billing and pick-up information. Read on...
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