Mayor's Office

  1. City Council approves order to allow new trash pickup program to begin in Spring 2017

    The City Council on Tuesday approved an order from Mayor Kos to implement a new curbside trash pick-up program known as Pay-As-You-Throw/Save-Money-And-Reduction-Trash (PAYT/SMART) to go into effect on or about May 1, 2017. Read on...
  2. Chicopee announces sponsors for annual Bright Nights for Seniors trip

    Mayor Kos today announced the sponsors for the 2016 Bright Nights for Seniors trip which is provided to Chicopee seniors ages 55 and older. PeoplesBank (Dec. 13), Polish National Credit Union (Dec. 14), and Westfield Bank (Dec. 15) are sponsoring. Read on...
  3. Chicopee signs updated towing contracts

    The City of Chicopee announces updated towing contracts have been awarded to Interstate, Chuck’s, and Geno’s towing who have signed an agreement, expiring on June 30, 2019, that specifically outlines rules and regulations each provider must follow. Read on...
  4. Construction Contract for new Ray Ashe pool signed

    Mayor Kos has officially signed the construction contract with Construction Dynamics Inc, the lowest overall bidder at $1,434,600, to build the new pool and water spray at Ray Ash Park in the Aldenville section of Chicopee. Read on...
  5. Baker-Polito Administration Delivers $338,000 to City of Chicopee to Support New Recycling Program,

    The Baker-Polito Administration today announced that the City of Chicopee has been awarded a total of $338,000 in grants to help the city implement its new Pay-As-You-Throw (PAYT) recycling program. Read on...
  6. Mayor Kos schedules tax classification and rate setting meeting

    Mayor Richard J. Kos has scheduled a special meeting of the City Council for a classification hearing and tax rate setting meeting for November 9, 2016 at 8:00 PM in the City Council Chambers. Read on...
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