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The Chelmsford Police is offering their SafeWatch Program, to help family members and caregivers of members of our community who may have conditions that cause them to wander, be unsafe, or pose a danger either to themselves or to others.
The Chelmsford Police is working to identify those individuals and their caretakers so that they can respond to crisis situations in a knowledgeable manner and ensure the proper steps are taken to protect the safety of the individual and others who may become involved.
Family members, caretakers, and friends are encouraged to make use of this program by completing the form (below) and meeting with Officer Jennifer Bellissimo to discuss the specifics of the form so that the most accurate information is available. This is a free, voluntary, and confidential program that is designed to better equip emergency personnel when responding to a crisis situation. The information is not for general release.
The form is available below both as a Word document and as a PDF file. If you'd like to enroll in the program, please fill out the form and submit it to the Chelmsford Police Department. A letter from the CPD explaining the program is also below.
For general questions or concern, please contact Officer Jennifer Bellissimo at email@example.com or 978-256-2521 x148.Posted in Town of Chelmsford | No Comments »
Chelmsford's Center Village Master Plan Committee has released the latest version of plan. It is a comprehensive vision of what Chelmsford's Center Village could be, with better public access, scenic walkways, more parking.
Copies of the plan will be available at the Main Library and at the MacKay Branch - look for a display in the Main Library soon, too!
Read more in the Chelmsford Independent, or click the image below to see highlights of the plan: (PDF)Current News, Town of Chelmsford | No Comments »
The Town Clerk of Chelmsford, Onorina Maloney, is recruiting residents to preserve the democratic process by helping out on election day.
Volunteers can download and fill out the Election Worker Profile Sheet [pdf] and turn it into the Town Clerk's office:
Thank you to everyone who performs this civic duty! For more election information, please visit the Town's Voter Information webpage.Posted in Town of Chelmsford | No Comments »
Last year, Toys for Tots collected over 55,000 toys for kids in the area and we are hoping to exceed that number this year.
Toys can be dropped off to the box in front of the Fire Prevention office, Chelmsford Town Hall, Room LLO3. The last day for the collection will be Friday December 13,2013 - anything you are able to contribute, is very much appreciated.
For more information please contact:
More information about donating to the Toys for Tots program is available on their website.Posted in Town of Chelmsford | No Comments »
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) confirmed that a collection of mosquitoes from a surveillance site in the Carlisle side off town off Proctor Rd has tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV).
Spraying in the area is planned after 8:00 pm for Thursday evening, August 15th to reduce populations of mosquitoes. A map and street listing is available on the CMMCP website.
This is the same type of spraying in targeted areas using the pesticide sumithrin that has been done in the town for resident’s requests. Residents can call CMMCP at 508-393-3055 with any questions or concerns or the Chelmsford Board of Health at 978-250-5241. Followup spraying may occur if conditions warrant it. The Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project will continue to test surveillance traps in the area the virus was found.
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While Chelmsford Board of Health continues to work closely with the MDPH and the Central Mass. Mosquito Control Project, locally there will be spraying in the targeted area tonight and continue testing, larviciding and all other necessary actions until the problem is resolved.
Information about WNV and reports of WNV activity in Massachusetts can be found on the MDPH website. Recorded information about WNV is also available by calling the MDPH Public Health Information Line at 1-866-MASS-WNV (1-866-627-7968).Posted in Books, Town of Chelmsford | No Comments »
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