Mayor's Office

  1. Chicopee Water Department to Begin Hydrant Flushing Program

    Beginning Monday, April 22, 2019 the Chicopee Water Department will be conducting their hydrant flushing program. Hydrant flushing will occur between 8pm-12am Sunday through Thursday. Read on...
  2. Chicopee Waste Water Treatment Plant Receives Chicopee Electric Light Rebate

    The City is pleased to announce it has received another energy efficiency rebate through its own municipal light plant, Chicopee Electric Light (CEL), for an energy savings project at the Medina Street Water Pollution Control facility. Read on...
  3. Mayor Richard J. Kos Appoints Temporary Fire Chief

    Mayor Richard J. Kos has today appointed Daniel Stamborski as Temporary Fire Chief. The process for selecting a permanent Fire Chief will continue. Read on...
  4. Chicopee Combined Sewer Overflow Projects Update

    Progress continues to be made on the federally mandated sewer separation projects in Chicopee. After 3 years of intensive construction, the Hampden Street, Cochran Street, Baystate Road, and Clarendon Avenue projects will all come to an end this Summer. Read on...
  5. Chicopee Announces Sewer Backup Prevention & Cost Sharing Program

    As part of the City of Chicopee’s ongoing commitment to eliminate wet weather sewage backups into homes, a Sewer Backup Prevention and Cost Sharing Program has recently been established. Read on...
  6. Chicopee Road & Sidewalk Program Update

    Based on preliminary estimates, the total cost for the projects listed is approximately $6,140,000 for 2019. Read on...
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