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

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***Due to transmission issues, this evening\'s (1-18-22) City Council meeting is unlikely to be broadcast on Channel 15 as it normally would be. The meeting will remain available in person, on the website live stream, and on Zoom
A recording will also be available this week, as always. We apologize for the unanticipated issue, and any inconvenience caused by it.***

City of Holyoke Open Space and Recreation Plan

Final 2018 Plan
The City of Holyoke has extraordinary natural resources. The Open Space and Recreation Plan inventories natural and recreational resources throughout the City identifies recreational opportunities and outlines strategies and actions for providing recreational opportunities and protecting natural resources throughout Holyoke.

The Massachusetts Department of Conservation Services approved Holyoke's current Open Space and Recreation Plan in September, 2018.  This plan was developed by students at the Conway School after an intense round of public participation in the fall of 2017 – spring 2018.

The full document can be viewed here: Holyoke OSRP 2018

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