Mayor's Office

  1. Decreased EEE Risk Level in Chicopee

    The City of Chicopee’s EEE risk has been reduced from high to moderate but residents should still be diligent when it comes to their own personal protection. Read on...
  2. Chicopee Cultural Council Grants Application is Available

    Calling all Artists; painters, poets, storytellers, musicians, dancers, filmmakers, photographers, and crafters! The Chicopee Cultural Council has been awarded over $49,000 in grant funds from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Read on...
  3. CITY COUNCIL SUPPORTS FUNDS APPROPRIATION FOR G1 BEARCAT FOR CHICOPEE POLICE DEPARTMENT

    On September 3, 2019, at the City Council Meeting, Mayor Richard J. Kos requested approval of a fund appropriation of $175,000.00. This amount was needed to fund the purchase of a used Lenco G1 BearCat for the Chicopee Police Department... Read on...
  4. MAYOR REQUESTS THAT ALL U.S. FLAGS BE FLOWN AT HALF-STAFF

    Mayor Richard J. Kos has asked that ALL U.S. flags be flown at half-staff to honor 31-year-old Luis F. DeLeon-Figueroa of Chicopee, and 35-year-old Jose J. Gonzalez of La Puente, California, both were killed in combat operations in Afghanistan... Read on...
  5. CHICOPEE CITY HALL REHABILITATION PROJECT CONTINUES TO PROGRESS FORWARD

    Mayor Richard J. Kos wants to take this opportunity to express his appreciation for the patience given during the rehabilitation process. “Thank you, to each and every one of you, who have visited our building recently and shown understanding ... Read on...
  6. VIEW STREET TAVERN TO SUSPEND OPERATIONS UNTIL FURTHER REVIEW

    Mayor Richard J. Kos announced the owners of the View Street Tavern, located at 92 View Street, Chicopee, have agreed to cease-and-desist operations during the investigation of neighboring residents’ complaints of noise and the behavior of customers... Read on...
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