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

For the latest information about  COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) Recovery, click here to visit our dedicated page.

Click here to sign up for city emergency alerts

***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.***

Knowing what to do before, during and after an emergency is a critical part of being prepared and may make all the difference during an event.

The City of Holyoke’s public notification system delivers bulletins, storm news and other information by home and cell phone, email and text message. Residents and businesses listed in the public telephone directory are automatically enrolled to receive alerts via the notification system.

Online registration is available to sign up for messages by text or email in the new system, or to note to which phone number messages should go, officials said.

Residence can pick and choose what updates they want and via what type of communication. Someone can choose just emergency notifications, weather, parking ban, etc), and others may want to sign up for messages, texts, emails of important community events, etc.

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