From the Holyoke Water Works
Please be advised that precipitation, as recorded at the Holyoke Water Pollution Control Facility, within the previous 8 hours resulted in combined sewer overflow discharges from the City of Holyoke’s sewage collection system to the Connecticut River. These discharges may have negative water quality impacts downstream including the Connecticut River adjacent to your community. Swimming, fishing, boating and other uses which may involve water contact is discouraged.
Tenga en cuenta que la precipitación, según lo registrado en la Instalación de Control de la Contaminación del Agua de Holyoke, dentro de las 8 horas anteriores resultó en descargas combinadas de desbordamiento de alcantarillado del sistema de recolección de aguas residuales de la Ciudad de Holyoke al río Connecticut. Estas descargas pueden tener impactos negativos en la calidad del agua río abajo, incluido el río Connecticut adyacente a su comunidad. Se desaconseja nadar, pescar, pasear en bote y otros usos que puedan implicar el contacto con el agua.
From the Office of the Assessor
Over the next several months, we will be conducting inspections of houses in our own as required by the Department of Revenue. Your house may be on the inspection list. The purpose of these visits is to perform a cyclical inspection to verify that the information on our property record cards is accurate and up to date.
These inspections will be conducted by Mayflower Valuation. They are professionally trained, will have identification displayed on their person and their vehicles, and will have a letter on them.
Click here to view and download the letter, which includes additional information regarding the inspections.
From the City Engineer
The City Engineer is continuously working with public officials to address traffic safety concerns around the city. Data maintained by the state is one key part of that work. Members of the public interested in top crash location information may visit https://gis.massdot.state.ma.us/topcrashlocations/