Effective January 6, 2022, there will be a mask mandate for all public indoor spaces within the City of Holyoke.

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ARPA Public Comment Period Extended to noon on 7/26/21

Posted on July 23, 2021

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD – Extended to July 26 @ Noon

The Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds will be administered by the City of Holyoke Office for Community Development with the assistance of the Mayor’s Office, Treasurer’s Office, and Auditor’s Office consistent with the administration of the Community Development Block Grant funds.    Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds totaling $29,894,310. are awarded to the City by the United States Treasury Department in two tranches available in May 2021 and May 2022.

Acting Mayor Murphy and the grants management team are committed to an open and transparent funding process that yields long term sustainable results for the City, its residents and businesses.

Public comments on the proposals and community needs for recovery will be accepted until noon on July 26, 2021.  Comments can be submitted to the Mayor’s Office or to the Office for Community Development in writing, by mail or email, by telephone or by scheduling an appointment to meet.


Acting Mayor Terry Murphy                                     Administrator Alicia Zoeller

City Hall Room 1                                                     City Hall Annex Room 400

Holyoke MA 01040                                                  Holyoke MA 01040

ATTN: ARPA Comments                                          ATTN: ARPA Comments


413-322-5510                                                           413-322-5610

ortizn@holyoke.org                                                 zoellera@holyoke.org

As additional information becomes available, it will be posted at https://www.holyoke.org/departments/coronavirus-response/

For additional information, please contact the City of Holyoke Office for Community Development (OCD) at 322-5610 or martinsj@holyoke.org or online at www.holyoke.org or on Facebook @HolyokeOCD.

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