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Posted on: April 25, 2022

Lakes & Waterways Commission Educates on Dangers of Lawn Fertilizer

News Flash - Lake Gardner Sunset

The Lakes & Waterways Commission, along with Mayor Gove and Health Inspector Deb Ketchen, recently sent a letter to local landscaping companies asking for their help to keep our waterways clean. Residents can also help by choosing the right lawn ferti...

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Posted on: April 7, 2022

Amesbury Accepted into LEED for Cities Local Government Leadership Program

News Flash - LEED for Cities

Mayor Kassandra Gove is proud to announce that the City of Amesbury has been accepted into the 2022 Sustainability & Equity Accelerator through the LEED for Cities Local Government Leadership Program. Amesbury, the only participating community located...

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Posted on: March 18, 2022

Mayor Gove Calls on Governor Baker to Release Funds for Soccer Fields

Kids playing soccer on a field

Mayor Gove recently sent a formal request to Governor Baker to release $600,000 in funding set aside in the FY14 Environmental Bond Bill, and re-authorized in 2018, to support soccer fields in Amesbury. Mayor Gove is committed to improving our athletic fi...

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Posted on: March 16, 2022

Council on Aging to Launch COAVan in April

Photo of new COA Van

The Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority (MVRTA) generously donated a van to the Amesbury Council on Aging (ACOA), which was officially accepted unanimously by the Amesbury City Council at their March 8th meeting. The van will used primarily for Am...

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Posted on: March 7, 2022

COVID-19 Memorial Day

Mayor Gove with COVID19 Memorial Day Proclamation

The City of Amesbury joined communities around the country honoring the first Monday in March as COVID-19 Memorial Day. 


MAYORAL PROCLAMATIONCOVID-19 VICTIMS AND SURVIVORSMEMORIAL DAY 2022

WHEREAS, the first Monday in March has been design...

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Posted on: February 7, 2022

Mayor's Blog: 2021 By the Numbers

News Flash - 2021 By the Numbers

We had another great year in 2021. We continued to weather the COVID-19 pandemic but also saw an increase in response to our programs and services to pre-pandemic levels. I want to thank everyone on our team for their ongoing dedication to this community!...

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Posted on: February 3, 2022

I AMesbury 2030: Recreation Goals

News Flash - 2030 Open Space and Recreation

Hi Amesbury, The winter season is here and so much has changed since we last checked in. As the seasons have changed, the cold weather and snow is upon us, it seems like a great time to reconnect. Like many of our city’s businesses and r...

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Posted on: January 31, 2022

Route 51 Change for MVRTA

MVRTA Ribbon Cutting

Beginning Monday, February 14, the Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority’s (MVRTA) Route 51 Haverhill-Amesbury bus will be making a slight change in Amesbury that will make all the difference for Amesbury residents. Making public t...

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Posted on: January 18, 2022

Amesbury Cultural Council FY22 Grants

Photo of mural that says The Art of Community

The Amesbury Cultural Council recently awarded $12,100 in grant funding to local individuals, artists and organizations through the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s (MCC) annual grant program. Applicants can apply for grant funding to s...

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Posted on: May 10, 2022

Mayor Gove Releases FY23 Budget Book

Spotlight - FY23 Budget Book

Learn more about the FY23 budget now.

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