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    Construction for the Week of April 19th

    Construction for the Week of April 19th (weather permitting) Read on...
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    PRESS RELEASE: Mayor signs option to purchase Curran Roundhouse Bldg for Community Resilience Hub

    Last night, Mayor Narkewicz announced he had executed an option to purchase the Curran Roundhouse Building located at 244 Main Street, behind Pulaski Park, for potential reuse as the Community Resilience Hub. Read on...
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    PRESS RELEASE: Mayor secures $200,000 gift from Smith College for Community Resilience Hub project

    Mayor Narkewicz announced that Smith College has generously pledged a $200,000 gift towards his administration’s efforts to create a Community Resilience Hub serving Northampton’s most vulnerable residents. Read on...
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    PRESS RELEASE: Northampton Implements a Water Use Restriction

    Effective immediately the Northampton DPW is implementing a water use restriction for users of the Northampton Public Water Supply. The recent drought conditions in the Northeast have triggered the need for this water restriction. Read on...
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    PRESS RELEASE: Northampton Hosts Two Critical Meetings in April About Downtown’s Future

    Today, Mayor Narkewicz announced two important meetings about downtown Northampton. A Picture Main Street project meeting will be held on April 14, 2021, at 6:00 pm. On April 27, 2021, the city hosts “Helping Downtown Recover from COVID-19.” Read on...
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    Northampton receives $250,000 to support affordable housing at former Northampton State Hospital

    Mayor David J. Narkewicz announced today that the city is receiving a $250,000 state Housing Choice grant to support affordable housing at the former Northampton State Hospital, helping leverage approximately 25 affordable units. Read on...
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    Annual Water Main Flushing to Begin Monday, March 29th

    The Department of Public Works Water Division will begin its annual water main flushing program on Monday, March 29th, 2021. Crews will be working Monday – Friday from 3 PM to 11 PM for approximately 6 weeks. Read on...
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    Avoid Being Made an "Inactive" Voter by Completing the Annual Street Listing

    The Annual Street Listing has been mailed to Northampton households and City Clerk Pamela L. Powers reminds residents that this requires a response from households to avoid becoming an “inactive” voter at the polls. Read on...
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