Mayor's Office

  1. Chicopee promotes Police Officers

    Mayor Richard Kos has announced the swearing-in of new Police Captain Eric Watson, Police Lieutenant Hamilton Wray, and Police Sergeant Jan Wegrzynek which filled existing vacancies in the department that took place in a ceremony at City Hall today. Read on...
  2. Chicopee High School turf field to be replaced

    The City Council Tuesday night approved an order from Mayor Richard Kos for $530,888 to replace the synthetic turf field at Chicopee High School. Read on...
  3. City Council approves funds for demolition of rear Uniroyal buildings

    Tuesday evening, City Council approved Mayor Kos’ request for an appropriation of $2,890,825 for ongoing abatement and demolition work at the former Uniroyal site. Read on...
  4. Chicopee Cultural Council awards $32,458 to local programs

    The Chicopee Cultural Council (CCC) awarded grants to 50 cultural projects taking place in the city during 2018 Read on...
  5. City Council to accept PNCU's fourth $15,000 installment for Bookmobile

    City Council Tuesday night will be asked to accept a donation from Polish National Credit Union for the fourth installment of $15,000 towards the bank’s $75,000 commitment for the funding of Chicopee’s Bookmobile. Read on...
  6. Representative Wagner, Mayor Kos announce Site Readiness grants

    State Representative Joseph F. Wagner joined Mayor Richard Kos in the announcement of two state grants for Chicopee properties as part of the Site Readiness Program Read on...
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