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IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING TRASH COLLECTION
Today's trash route (Thursday, Nov 15) will not be completed. The trucks will be working until dark and will finish up the route first thing tomorrow morning. If your trash was not collected today, please leave it out for collection tomorrow.
Rockport LIne Commuter Rail Overnight Work - Nove 16 & Nov 21 10pm-6am
MassDOT and the MBTA are undertaking federally mandated Positive Train Control (PTC) infrastructure installation which will increase the safety of commuter rail customers and would like to advise the community of the of overnight work within the Read on...
Effective January 1, 2019: Plastic Bag and Polystyrene Container Ban
Reminder: Per Section 9-13 of the City Code of Ordinance effective January 1, 2019. No retail establishments shall provide a single-use plastic bag or polystyrene container to a customer Read on...
Poplar Street Sewer Replacement Project
Beginning the week of November 12th, Methuen Construction and their subcontractor, N. Granese & Sons, will be replacing the sanitary sewer on Poplar Street. Stantec Consulting is providing onsite inspection services and will assist with property Read on...
Fall Water Quality Maintenance
Following the October 10 temporary disinfectant switch to chlorine, the DPW is returning to monochloramine as the distribution system disinfectant beginning October 31. With this a chlorine odor that may have been noticeable during the period ending Read on...
Trash Will Not Be Collected On Monday November 12, 2018
In observance of Veteran's Day, trash will not be collected on Monday, November 12, 2018. Collection will be delayed on day. Read on...
CURBSIDE YARD WASTE COLLECTION
Curbside yard waste collection will be the weeks listed below on your regular trash day. Place leaves and grass clippings in paper leaf bags of loose in marked barrels. Collection is on your regular trash day during these weeks. Read on...
GLOUCESTER APPROVES COMMUNITY ELECTRICITY AGGREGATION (CEA) PROGRAM
The City is pleased to announce the launch of its Community Electricity Aggregation (CEA) program, designed to reduce and stabilize the cost of electricity for residents and businesses, and to promote the utilization of locally generated renewable energy. Read on...

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