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Category: City News

Joint Statement from the Town of Danvers

September 13, 2022   To the Danvers Community:   On Saturday, September 10 at around 7pm, ten masked individuals gathered on the Rail Trail bridge over Route 114 and held a large banner displaying a false, destructive, and divisive anti-Semitic message linked to 9/11. These individuals appear to be associated with the same hate group … Continued

DANVERS MOVES TO LEVEL 6 WATER RESTRICTIONS

The Town of Danvers announces a change in the outdoor water restrictions to Level 6 effective August 29, due to low flow in the Ipswich River, coupled with insufficient seasonal rainfall.   Level 6 drought conditions do not permit any outdoor water use. This means NO OUTDOOR WATER USE IS ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. The use … Continued

PLEASE DONATE “BACK TO SCHOOL” SUPPLIES

With August upon us, fall and the start of school is just around the corner.  For our Danvers’ families in need of assistance, buying the required school supplies for their children can be just one more thing that doesn’t fit into the budget.  As in past years the Danvers Food Pantry will be working with … Continued

COVID-19 TESTING & VACCINATION INFORMATION

FREE AT-HOME TEST KITS AVAILABLE AT TOWN HALL Free at-home rapid COVID-19 test kits are available at Town Hall, Public Health Department, 1 Sylvan Street, 2nd floor. Test kits are available during regular business hours while supplies last. Test Kit Expiration Date Extended The Food and Drug Administration has granted a three-month shelf life extension … Continued

ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS 2022

Beginning July 19, 2022 (weather permitting), roadway improvements including milling, raising structures, handicap work, and final paving will begin on Strawberry Hill (Buttonwood-Ledgewood), Drury Ln., Kenmore Dr., Pine St., Rowell Rd., Reservoir Dr., and Tanager Dr. Vehicles will not be allowed to park along the roadway during the hours of 7:00AM and 5:00PM until this … Continued

Message From Danvers Police Department

The Danvers Police Department is aware that a group called “The Nationalist Social Club” has been distributing materials throughout the town and around the North Shore. This self-proclaimed “pro-white, street-oriented fraternity” has left literature at various residences advertising their message. We are aware of similar incidents in neighboring communities and ask that anyone with information … Continued

2022 Danvers Electric Rates

During the Municipal Light Board meeting held on June 28, 2022, the board discussed the electric rates for the remainder of the 2022 calendar year. The board decided there will be no change in the current electric rates and no increase will be applied. Danvers Electric is committed to providing reliable electric service for all … Continued

DANVERS MOVES TO LEVEL 5 WATER RESTRICTIONS

Danvers, MA – The Town of Danvers announces a change in the outdoor water restrictions to Level 5 effective July 6, due to low flow in the Ipswich River, coupled with insufficient seasonal rainfall.   Level 5 drought conditions permit outdoor lawn & garden watering with hand-held hoses and cans ONLY, from 7:00 PM to 8:00 … Continued

FY23 Water and Sewer Rates

The Water & Sewer Commissioners conducted a Public Hearing on the Water & Sewer rates on Thursday June 23, 2022.  After consideration, the Water & Sewer Commissioners, based on analysis and recommendations from staff, voted to increase the FY23 Water & Sewer rates by 3% and 3.5%, respectively, effective July 1, 2022. Under this model, … Continued

DANVERS MOVES TO LEVEL 4 WATER RESTRICTIONS

The Town of Danvers announces a change in outdoor water restrictions to Level 4 on June 21, 2022, due to low flow in the Ipswich River. Level 4 drought conditions allow outdoor lawn & garden watering with sprinklers and/or irrigation systems on Tuesday and Saturday ONLY, from 7:00PM to 10:00PM. Hand watering (hand held hoses … Continued

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