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  1. Blizzard 1/29

    Ipswich EMA Alert: This is an important message regarding the blizzard that will impact our area tomorrow. The Town of Ipswich is declaring a Snow and Ice Emergency at 8pm tonight Friday January 28th. This snow and ice emergency will run through... Read on...

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  1. Ipswich EMA Alert: Stay home and off Ipswich roads during blizzard conditions

    With parking ban and potential coastal flooding due to blizzard conditions residents are asked to stay home and stay off roads. Plowing efforts clearing way for safe emergency vehicle response and later resident use is the priority. Read on...
  2. On Street Parking Ban Beginning 8 PM Friday, 1/28 through 8 PM Sunday, 1/30

    The Town has declared an on street parking ban starting at 8:00 pm on Friday. 1/28 through 8:00 pm on Sunday, 1/30. Vehicles must be moved into available off street parking. Please read full News Flash and note the Emergency Snow Line (978)412-8705. Read on...
  3. Ipswich FY2023 Proposed Annual Budget

    Ipswich's fiscal year 2023 Proposed Annual Budget is available for review in advance of budget season. Please refer to this link as you attend any public budget meetings including the remote Tri-Board meeting Tuesday, January 18, 2021 at 7:00 PM. Additional Info...
  4. My Vax Records: Another way to access your Mass vaccine history

    My Vax Records allows those who received their vaccination in Mass to access their vaccination history and generate a COVID-19 digital vaccine card, which would contain similar vaccination information to a paper CDC card. Read on...
  5. Ipswich Awarded $265,000 in State Grant Funds to Improve Pedestrian, Motorist Safety

    The grant will help fund two town projects: Linebrook Rd. Pedestrian Accommodations & High St./Lord Square Pedestrian Accommodations increasing accessibility, mobility, and safety and bring areas into compliance with state and federal regulations. Full press release here...
  6. Construction Notice: Water Main Installation Between Browns Well and Water Treatment Plant

    There are no expected water service interruptions. No closure of High Street is anticipated. Travel will often be restricted to 1 lane. Police detail officers will direct traffic as needed. Read on...
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