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USE ALTERNATE HARBORMASTER PHONE LINE
The Harbormaster phone line 978-282-3012 is down at the moment. In the interim please use the alternate phone line 978-282-3013 until the issue is resolved. Thank you!
ROAD RECONSTRUCTION - GROVE STREET - ROCKLAND STREET
Beginning Monday, August 31, 2015 through Friday, September 4, 2015, the City of Gloucester will begin road reconstruction on Grove Street and Rockland Street in preparation for paving. Read on...
PAVING ON LEXINGTON AVENUE - AUGUST 31, 2015
Paving for Lexington Avenue is scheduled for Monday, August 31, 2015. The area to be paved is from Flume Road to Norman Avenue. The contractor will begin the day at 7am. Read on...
City's Policy On Signs At The Rotary
Signs are permitted at the Grant Circle Rotary in the area adjacent to the “Welcome to Gloucester” Sign, with the following stipulations: Read on...
SeeClickFix - Report An Issue - Help Us Help You!
Commonwealth Connect, powered by SeeClickFix Inc., is a place-based reporting platform which allows residents to document neighborhood concerns and improvements alike, from potholes, illegal dumping, flooding, and damaged sidewalks Along with the webpage Read on...
Curbside Collection of Televisions and Appliances - September 3, 2015
The next curbside collection of televisions and appliances will be September 3, 2015. To have an appliance or television picked up you must purchase a $25.00 Appliance/CRT sticker. These stickers are only available at the DPW, 28 Poplar Street. Read on...
Household Hazrdous Waste Day Saturday September 26, 2015
Household Hazardous Waste Day will take place on Saturday, September 26, 2015 from 9:00 am - 12 Noon, to collect oil based paints, chemicals, insecticides, pool chemicals, old gas, contaminated oil, and other environmentally hazardous Read on...
Street Light Information And How To Report A Streetlight Outage
The City of Gloucester purchased approximately 2,800 street lights from National Grid, a transaction that will reduce annual maintenance and service expenses. The acquisition will allow the City to convert street lights to energy-efficient LED Read on...

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