Holyoke is piloting online permits and currently provides online options for the following applications: Special 1 Day Alcohol Online Application Entertainment License Online Application Temporary Open Air Permit Online Application Annual Open Air Permit Online Application
Apply for an Annual Open Air Permit online.
Apply for a Temporary Open Air Permit online.
Apply for an Entertainment License online.
Apply for a Special One Day Alcohol Permit online.
This Code constitutes a complete recodification of the general and permanent ordinances of the City of Holyoke, Massachusetts. Source materials used in the preparation of the Code were the 1972 Code, as supplemented through August 1, 1995, and ordinances subsequently adopted by the city council. The source of each section is included in the history … Continued
Due to the popularity of Holyoke’s watershed properties – according to the OSRP, people love them! – we frequently get calls and questions about the watershed properties and, oftentimes, people want to know about day-to-day management activities. The Holyoke Water Department has an existing Watershed Management Plan that specifically spells out what does, and does … Continued
Living with Wildlife- Beavers in Massachusetts Citizen’s Guide to Beaver Permitting Guidance for Conservation Commissions and Boards of Health . Most Holyoke human-beaver conflicts have been successfully resolved by the installation of water flow devices- also known as “Beaver Deceivers”. Read more about water flow devices. Resolving Human-Beaver Conflicts- Water Flow Devices MassWildlife offers additional resources including information on how Massachusetts law prohibits … Continued
Several tracts of land in Holyoke have been designated by the Commonwealth of MA as Habitat of Potential Regional or Statewide Importance and Land of High Ecological Integrity. For maps of these areas and additional information on permitting requirements in these areas, please see the Mass CAPS website and DEP. (New as of June 2008) The MA Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program is … Continued
The Holyoke Conservation Commission has been instrumental in coordinating control and removal of the 16-acre water chestnut infestation at Log Pond Cove on the Connecticut River since 1998. The project is an example of the value of partnerships in achieving environmental goals. In 2004, the project was presented at the 13th International Conference on Aquatic … Continued