Trash Pickup to Start on Thursday, Run a Day Late for the Rest of the Week

hamiltontrashThe snowstorm on Tuesday means that trash pickup in Hamilton starts on Thursday this week and will be delayed by a day for the rest of the week.

Trash, recycling and organics collection will start on Thursday, March 16 and run through Saturday, March 18.

If your usual pickup day is Wednesday it will instead be Thursday and pickup will be pushed back by a day for the rest of the week.

If your trash, organics, and recycling is not picked up on your scheduled day, contact Casella Waste Systems, the town’s trash contractor, at 978-548-4427. For any other questions or problems related to trash, recycling and organics, call the Hamilton Department of Public Works at 978-468-5580.

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Hamilton Town Hall, Rec Department Closed Tuesday, Trash Pickup to be Delayed This Week

snow closeHamilton Town Hall will be closed on Tuesday, March 14, according to Town Manager Michael Lombardo.

Town Hall will reopen at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, March 15.

The Hamilton-Wenham Recreation will also be closed on Tuesday and all department activities for the day are cancelled.

Trash pickup will also be delayed one day later this week. Pickup will run from Thursday through Saturday this week in Hamilton.

As a reminder, there will also be a parking ban in effect from 6 a.m. Tuesday through noon on Wednesday.

Parking Ban Starts Tuesday Morning

snow-plow-close-upjpg-c6507b24f0ff7afa_largeA winter storm parking ban will run from Tuesday morning through midday Wednesday in Hamilton, according to Town Manager Michael Lombardo.

It will go into effect on Tuesday, March 14 at 6 a.m. and last until 12 noon on Wednesday, March 15.

No on-street parking is allowed during the ban and any vehicle left unattended on a public way or parked so that it inhibits snow removal can be towed, at the owner’s expense. Violators can also be issued a $20 citation. The only exceptions to the ban are for fire, police, public works and utility repair vehicles.

Police: Don’t Forget to Clear Snow from Car Roof

car-snow-on-roofHamilton police have issued a reminder to clear all of the snow off of your car before you hit the road following a snowstorm.

A clear car roof means snow won’t slide down on to your windows while driving or blow onto other cars, which could blind you or them.

After a snowstorm, drivers should take a few extra minutes to make sure that the windows, windshield, windshield wipers, headlights and brake lights are all clear on their vehicle.

Storm Means Trash Pickup to be Delayed By a Day This Week

hamiltontrashTrash pickup will be delayed by one day this week in Hamilton because of Monday’s snowstorm, according to Police Chief and Acting Town Manager Russell Stevens.

The delay includes trash, recycling and organics pickup and will be done similar to the schedule on a week where there is a Monday holiday. Pickup will run from Thursday through Saturday in Hamilton for Feb. 16-18. If your usual pickup day is Wednesday it will instead be Thursday and pickup will be pushed back by a day for the rest of the week.

If your trash, organics, and recycling is not picked up on your scheduled day, contact Casella Waste Systems, the town’s trash contractor, at 978-548-4427. For any other questions or problems related to trash, recycling and organics, call the Hamilton Department of Public Works at 978-468-5580.

Hamilton Town Hall Closed Monday

Hamilton Town HallHamilton Town Hall and other non-emergency Hamilton municipal buildings will be closed on Monday, Feb. 13.

The decision to close is because of the weather and road conditions, said Police Chief and Acting Town Manager Russell Stevens.

Hamilton-Wenham Regional District schools are also closed on Monday, according to Superintendent Dr. Michael Harvey.

Another Parking Ban Runs Sunday Afternoon Through Monday Night

snowcarA winter storm parking ban is in effect on Sunday, Feb. 12, starting at 3 p.m. and lasting until 11 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 13.

No on-street parking is allowed during the ban and any vehicle left unattended on a public way or parked so that it inhibits snow removal is subject to be towed.

Violators can also be issued a $20 citation.