City Hall is closed to the public due to the declared State of Emergency until further notice. For More information on ongoing city services, please click here.
For the latest information about the ongoing COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) pandemic, click here to visit our dedicated page.

Bulk and Yard Waste Facilities

The bulk and yard waste facilities are closed at this time.

Curbside trash, recycling, and yard waste pick up will continue.

City Council Virtual Meetings

City Council is hosting virtual meetings with public access. These meetings are streamed online at www.HolyokeMedia.org and on cable channel 15.

City Council meeting schedule and agendas.

City Hall

City Hall and City Hall Annex are closed to all public visitors.

Members of the public seeking City Hall assistance are asked to contact (by phone or email) departments with requests. The City offers many of its services online and can fulfill many requests petitioned via phone call or email. Use this website to navigate to the Department you seek to connect with for more information.

Holyoke Public Library

The Holyoke Public library is closed.

Many library resources can be accessed online by visiting: www.HolyokeLibrary.org

Holyoke Senior Center

Holyoke Senior Center is closed.

Parks

Community Field and all playgrounds are closed. The public is advised not to utilize interactive equipment at the parks including the skate park and outdoor gym at Pulaski Park.

Police will be enforcing social distancing at parks. Groups of more than 10 people will be asked to disperse.

Social distancing and reservoir guidelines must be followed if visiting the Ashley or Whiting St. Reservoirs.

Gatherings or permitted events of more than 10 people are not allowed at the Ashley or Whiting St. Reservoirs until further notice.

Sanitary facilities will not be available at this time.

RMVs

Most RMVs are appointment – only or closed but offering online and other alternatives. View updates and full information regarding RMVs in Massachusetts here:

https://www.mass.gov/info-details/rmv-covid-19-information

Schools

As per State Order, all school – public and private – are closed until May 4th.

What does the State consider essential services?

The Massachusetts list of approved essential services can be found here: https://www.mass.gov/info-details/covid-19-essential-services

What’s open in Massachusetts Phase 1

We are in PHASE 1: START

Opened May 18:

Opened May 25

Wistariahurst

Wistariahurst facilities and grounds are closed to the public.

Local history resources, virtual experiences, and at-home activities for parents are being added to their website daily at www.Wistariahurst.org

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