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** WINTER STORM INFORMATION **
Methuen Police Business Line: 978-983-8698
Methuen Police Emergency Operations Center: 978-382-3660
 Methuen Fire Department: 978-983-8940
Emergency: 911
For updated storm information, visit the Methuen Police on Facebook == Methuen Police on Twitter == Mayor Steve Zanni on Facebook == City of Methuen on Twitter
Methuen City Hall is closed Tuesday, January 27, 2015 and Wednesday, January 28, 2015.
The Methuen Police Winter Parking Ban will be fully enforced until Thursday, January 29 at 8am. NO vehicles are permitted to park on any public way. Any vehicles left on any public way during this ban are subject to ticket and towing. Parking Ban Hotline: 978-983-8643.
A shelter is set up at the Timony School, 45 Pleasant View St. running through the duration of the storm.
From National Grid: Customers can receive text message alerts and updates by texting the word STORM to NGRID (64743). To report an outage, call 1-800-465-1212 or visit Outage Central from a computer or smartphone. All other calls to 800-322-3223. Gas Customer Service: 800-640-1595, Electric Customer Service: 800-322-3223
All Methuen Schools will be closed Tuesday, January 27 and Wednesday, January 28. All after school programs, activities, and athletics are cancelled Monday, January 26, Tuesday, January 27 and Wednesday, January 28. Info: 978-722-6000
Trash and Recycling Collection for Tuesday, January 27 has been delayed one day. Trash is on a holiday schedule. The Transfer Station will remain closed through the storm's duration.
The Zoning Board Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, January 28 has been cancelled. Next meeting: February 25. Info: 978-983-8633
The MVRTA will be closed Tuesday, January 27 and the following services will not be provided: Fixed Route. Boston Commuter Service, E-Z Trans, Ring/Ride, Ring/Ride Rt. 28, Boston/Peabody Medi-ride. Info: 978-469-MVRTA, www.mvrta.com.
NOAA Methuen Weather Forecast
Winter Fire Safety Tips

LATEST NEWS
Christmas Trees can be dropped off at the Nicholson Stadium Parking Lot on Pleasant View St. or the Tree Dept. on Lindberg Ave anytime. Trees can also be dropped off at the Transfer Station on Huntington Ave., Mon-Fri: 7am-1:45pm and Sat: 8am-11:45am. Please remove all tinsel, lights, ornaments, bags and netting. Last day for drop off is Friday, February 27. Info: DPW, 978-983-8545
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Open House Schedule (Open houses this week in Milford, NH, Berlin, NH, Bedford, MA cancelled)
Member Position Available on GLSD Employees Retirement Board, Deadline: March 4

 2015 Methuen Election Calendar

 Debbie's Treasure Chest Assistance Program - School Supplies Needed

Methuen Recreation Department Program Registration
The City of Methuen is not currently processing passports, but will resume the service soon. Please check back for updates. Methuen Passport Acceptance Sites

UPCOMING EVENTS

Methuen Community Calendar

Veterans Events and Happenings
Senior Center Events and Happenings
 
 CONSTRUCTION AND PUBLIC WORKS UPDATES
In order to preserve the Veterans Squares in the vicinity of the Methuen Rotary Project, the stones will be temporarily moved and displayed in the Elmwood Cemetery Veterans Lot on North Lowell Street. They will be relocated to a permanent home upon project completion.
Methuen Riverside Boat Ramp Project
Methuen Rotary Updates
Methuen Rotary December Construction

RECYCLING INFORMATION

2015 Curbside Recycling Collection Calendar and Information
Single Stream Recycling
Transfer Station/Landfill Information

Recycling Collection Provider

Trash Collection Provider

Single Stream Recycling Materials List

 A and B Street Trash/Recycling List

ONLINE PERMITTING AND LICENSING

Inspections Permitting Instructions/Application - View All Permits and Applications
Online Dog Licensing
Recreation Department Program Registration


ONLINE BILL PAYMENT

Online Credit Card Bill Payment
Online Checking Account Bill Payment


GOVERNMENT CHANNEL

Program Schedule
Live Webcast of Methuen Government Channel
On-Demand Webcasts of Methuen Government Meetings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Newsflash
Mayor Stephen N. Zanni
Press Releases
Artist of the Month
 

City Hall Daily Hours: The Searles Building - Methuen City Hall, 41 Pleasant Street, is open Monday through Thursday, 8am-4:30pm and Friday, 8am-Noon.

 

Veterans Employment: There is a Veterans Employment Preference list in the Methuen Human Resources Office regarding City of Methuen jobs. Interested veterans may sign their name to the list and receive preference for jobs available. The list has been established per the City Council Resolution on Veterans Employment Preference

 

National Grid Trimming: National Grid will be performing branch/tree trimming and removal in the areas marked on this Project Map beginning April 1, 2014 through March 31, 2015. More info is available at the National Grid Website.

 

Commission on Disabilities: Please review the following Americans with Disabilities Act Notice as well as the ADA Grievance Procedure. In addition, visit the Accessibility of State and Local Government Websites to People with Disabilities site. For more information on available resources, information, and services, contact the Mayor's Office at 978-983-8505.

 

Mercury Recovery: Mercury has been deemed a major public health concern if not disposed of properly. The City of Methuen provides a service for residents to safely dispose of a wide variety of mercury-bearing items at no cost. Methuen Mercury Recovery Program

 

Birth Certificates and Clerk FAQ: Please click on the following link for information on obtaining birth certificates and other Clerk's office info. Clerk's Office Frequently Asked Questions

 

Garbage Storage: Please be advised of proper rubbish and garbage storage per orders of the Methuen Health Department. Garbage Storage Information 

 

Hunting and Fishing: Due to requirements by the Division of Wildlife and Fisheries, the Clerk's Office will no longer issue hunting or fishing licenses. The following link includes more details. Hunting and Fishing License Information

 

Living with Wildlife: Massachusetts has many wildlife species including skunks, racoons and coyotes. Here are some simple rules for living with wildlife that are attracted to areas near humans. Living with Wildlife Tips

 

Methuen Wall of Honor: Families who would like to participate in Methuen's Wall of Honor Program should complete the following application and return it to the Veterans Office, Room 108 at the Searles Building. Info: 978-983-8585. Veterans Wall of Honor Application