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  1. A woman wears a mask inside of a grocery store

    South Hadley businesses asked to implement indoor masking

    ?The Town of South Hadley is asking all local businesses to help in protecting the community from COVID-19 by enforcing an indoors mask policy within their workplace and business in South Hadley effective immediately. Read on...
  2. A white surgical mask lies against a blue background

    Mask mandate instituted for South Hadley public buildings

    All visitors, vendors, delivery personnel, or others entering any public building in South Hadley are required to wear a face covering while in a public building. Read on...
  3. South Hadley Town Hall

    Select town hall offices open to public Tuesday - Thursday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m; MASKS REQUIRED

    Select offices within town hall are open to public access Tuesday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Both vaccinated & unvaccinated visitors are required to wear masks while inside. Hand sanitizer and disposable masks are available at each entryway. Read on...
  4. Source to Sea logo 2021

    Join us for the 25th Annual Source to Sea Clean up on the Connecticut River!

    Please join the South Hadley Volunteer Conservation Corps on Friday, September 24, 2021 from 8am to 12pm. Start the day at Beachgrounds Park to pick up your free t-shirt or bandana donated by the CT River Conservancy. Read on...
  5. Outside kit

    Outdoor safety kits available for kids and families

    Stay safe outdoors on trails and public parks this summer with an outdoor enjoyment kit from the South Hadley recreation and health departments. Read on...
  6. A pen hovers over a red, blue and yellow bar graph

    South Hadley / Chicopee / Holyoke Livable Community Survey results released

    The results, attached below, show more than 100 answers from community members about questions relating to moving in retirement, the importance of remaining in the community as one ages, and features or amenities important to a community as one ages. Read on...
  7. A mosquito sits on a human

    State health officials announce two new human cases of West Nile Virus in Middlesex County

    Residents urged to take precautions to avoid mosquito bites. WNV is usually transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito. While WNV can infect people of all ages, people over the age of 50 are at higher risk for severe disease. Read on...
  8. A mosquito sits on a human

    Take precautions to avoid mosquito bites

    Follow these tips, including how to mosquito-proof your home and knowing peak hours, to avoid mosquito bites Read on...
  9. A flyer explaining the dates and times of the clinic

    COVID-19 vaccines available free every Friday Aug. 27-Sept. 24 at Holyoke Transportation Center

    The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority is hosting Curative, offering free Covid-19 vaccines (Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson) to the community every Friday from Aug. 27 – Sept. 24 in PVTA’s lobby at the Holyoke Transportation Center. Read on...
  10. Library plan

    Take the Library Strategic Planning Survey

    Ideas, comments, and rankings shared in the survey will support planning for both the South Hadley Public Library and the Gaylord Memorial Library. Read on...
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