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Welcome to the City of Chicopee


The City of Chicopee is known as the crossroads of New England. This has been so for over 150 years. Going back to the industrial revolution the City's location at the confluence of the Chicopee and Connecticut Rivers gave it a natural advantage over many other potential development sites in western New England. The rivers provided power and transportation opportunities not available in many other communities.

As the industrial revolution waned, Interstate Routes 90 and 91 were built and have become the commercial corridor for all of New England. Both these interstates run through Chicopee and are easily accessible. This has provided Chicopee with present day development advantages. The City of Chicopee is also home to Westover Air Reserve Base, the largest air reserve base in the United States. The airfield has a civilian terminal and the longest runway in New England.

Chicopee also has a municipal electric company which allows pricing substantially better than the larger commercial utilities and delivery of superior customer service. Chicopee's geographic location and business friendly approach make the City a wonderful place to work, locate or relocate a business and to raise a family.  



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Chicopee City Hall
17 Springfield Street
Chicopee, MA 01013
Hours: M-F 9am - 5pm

City Hall: 413-594-1400
Emergency: 911
Fire Dept: 413-594-1600
Police Dept: 413-594-1700
Public Works: 413-594-3557

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Upcoming Events

March 27, 2015 - June 13, 2015
Chamber of Commerce 5K Road Race - 2 Mile Walk
Saturday June 13, 2015

June 02, 2015
City Council Meeting
7:15 PM - Council Chambers - 4th floor - City Hall Annex

June 03, 2015
License Committee Meeting
6:30 PM - Council Chambers - 4th floor - City Hall Annex

June 18, 2015
Healthy Eating 101 Mystery Lunch
Thursday, June 18th at 12:30 PM.

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News & Press Releases

Notices Sent to Unresponsive Voters
The Board of Registrars of Voters is in the process of mailing 2000 notices to voters who failed to respond to the state mandated annual City Census.

Wowbrary at the Chicopee Public Library
The Chicopee Public Library invites library users to sign up for a free email service to receive weekly updates about the latest books, movies and music being added into the library's collection.

Mayor Kos today announced the hiring of Michelle Santerre, as the Geographic Information System (GIS) Director.

Flags Ordered to Half-Staff
The Mayorís Office this afternoon received notice that Governor Deval Patrick has ordered that all United States flags, as well as all Commonwealth flags be lowered to half-staff.

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