Category Archive: Public Health & Safety

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Space Heater Fire Safety

If you must use a space heater for heat, use it as safely as possible.  Click here for more information.

Preventing and Thawing Frozen Pipes

During Cold Weather, Take Preventative Action Keep garage doors closed if there are water supply lines in the garage. Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing. Be sure to move any harmful cleaners and household chemicals up out of the reach of children. When the weather is …

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“Beat the Beep”- Campaign

Beat the Beep Video - This is a campaign the Mass Department of Fire Services is running to educate the public on the life expectancy of their Carbon Monoxide detectors.  Please click the link above to watch a short slide on CO Detectors.  Click Here to view the pamphlet on Beat the Beep .  

Storm Preparation Steps for Residents

Click here for helpful steps to prepare for the approaching storm. For more preparedness information go to www.westernmassready.org

Flu Vaccination Clinics Fall of 2012

Flu Clinics 2012 Fall Schedule

Annual Rabies Clinic

The Longmeadow Board of Health has scheduled its annual Rabies Clinic for dogs and cats on Saturday, April 14, 2011, 1:30-2:30 P.M. in the Police Garage (located behind the Town Hall).  The cost of the immunization will be $15.00. Also, for the convenience of dog owners, an employee of the Town Clerk’s office will be …

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LONGMEADOW FOOD PANTRY

The Longmeadow Food Pantry is just beginning its third year of operation.  We are grateful for all those who have contributed time, money and food to the pantry.  We currently have approximately 40 family visits each month. 

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Tree Debris Cleanup

Clean up of tree debris will begin tomorrow morning. Residents may move debris from front and side yards as well as up to 40 feet into your back yard from the back of your house. Move all debris from these areas to the tree belt or 10-12 feet from the street for pickup.

Emergency Frequently Asked Questions

Contacting Town Services If you wish to call about town services during this emergency period, please call the emergency info line at 413-565-4121. If you are unable to reach us, you may also call police dispatch at 413-567-3311. Tax Bills Tax bills can be left in the drop box at town hall. Due to town …

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