Mayor Roxann Wedegartner Announces Limited Public Hours for City Hall and the DPW Office

Phase 1 of the Reopening Plan for the City of Greenfield

GREENFIELD – Mayor Roxann Wedegartner announces Phase 1 of the Reopening Plan for the City of Greenfield starting Wednesday, May 27, 2020. This plan was developed with the input of staff at the city’s Emergency Operations Center, The Greenfield Health Department and City Department Heads. Phase 1 is a Limited Reopening of public-facing City buildings with strict guidelines and restricted hours.

Starting Wednesday, May 27, 2020, City Hall, at 14 Court Square, and the Department of Public Works Office at 189 Wells Street, will be open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10am – 1pm.

In City Hall, the City Clerk’s Office, City Council Office, Treasurer/Collector’s Office will be open to the public during these times. The Mayor’s Office, Licensing Department, Assessor’s Office, Retirement Office will be open by appointment only.

City Offices have been and will continue to maintain business hours of 8:30 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday.

Veteran’s Services at 294 Main Street is now open 8:30 am - 5:00 pm by appointment only.

The Library, Council on Aging, Recreation Department, Health Department, and Inspections Department are not open to the public but can be reached by phone and email.

Citizens are strongly encouraged to do business with the City remotely, either by drop off, phone, mail or online. Nearly everything is now set up to be done remotely.

Information for Visitors to City Hall:

  • All visitors must enter City Hall by the side door, near the accessibility ramp.
  • Access will be limited, and visitors will be counted.
  • All visitors must sign in at the door, use hand sanitizer upon entry, and wear a face covering while in the building. Refusal will mean no entry – accommodations will be made for medical issues.
  • Public Restrooms will remain closed during this phase of the reopening.
  • Face-coverings will be available at City Hall for visitors who do not have them, both via the City’s donation mask program and some disposable procedure masks.
  • All visitors will be asked to maintain appropriate physical distancing and will be kept 6 feet apart.
  • If capacity for City Hall is reached, visitors will be asked to wait outside – there will be a tent set up for shade and shelter.

A listing of the city’s online services and phone numbers:

  • Assessor’s Office: (413) 772-1506/413-772-1509
    • Abatement Applications
    • Assessor’s Office Forms
    • Property Record Cards & GIS Information
    • Tax Maps
  • City Clerk (413) 772-1555
    • 2020 Municipal Census
    • Business Certificates/DBA’s
    • Public Records Request
    • Vital Records Request
    • Dog Licensing
    • Voter Registration
  • Department of Public Works: 413-772-1528
    • Transfer Station
      • Materials and Pricing Guide
    • Trash & Recycling Collection Schedule
    • Pay As You Throw Trash Stickers
    • Excavation/Trench Permit (Street Opening/Non-Street Opening)
    • Access Permit
    • Ladder-Staging Permit
  • Licensing (413) 772-1580
    • Licensing Department Applications
  • Treasurer/Collector’s Office: 413-772-1567
    • Online Tax Payments (real estate and personal property)
    • Excise Tax Payments
    • Water/Sewer Payments
    • Parking Ticket Payments/Appeals
    • Parking Permit Payments

Calendar of Events
Tue, Jun 28, 2022, 4:30 pm
Video Conference - Zoom
Posted to: Housing Authority
Tue, Jun 28, 2022, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tue, Jun 28, 2022, 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Webex Meeting
Posted to: Conservation Comm.