The Town of Andover has released a comprehensive Sidewalk Inventory & Pedestrian Master Plan report, detailing the condition of Andover's sidewalk and curb ramps, and outlining strategic investments to strengthen the town's pedestrian infrastructure.
The Andover Health Division will host a series of flu vaccine clinics this fall. All of the clinics will be held at the Robb Center, 30 Whittier Court. Appointments are necessary and can be made online.
Residents may drop off branches and tree debris at the Bald Hill & Pomps Pond. Additional curbside pick-up of bundled branches will begin on September 13. Trees and branches moved onto private property during the storm response will be collected by Town.
The Town of Andover has been awarded a $81,900 grant through the state's Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Program to advance flood mitigation planning along the Shawsheen River. Additional Info...
In August, the Andover Planning Board voted to adopt the 2023 Andover Comprehensive Plan. The Board’s vote marks the culmination of a multi-year process to develop a planning document that establishes a cohesive vision for Andover’s future.
Town departments and staff based on the 3rd Floor of Town Offices have temporarily relocated to alternate spaces throughout Town facilities due to construction. Click here to view a list of temporary locations of impacted staff.
As the Downtown Parking improvement project progresses, Lot Two, located at the corner of Bartlet Street and Park Street, has reopened for public parking. Lot One, immediately behind Old Town Hall, is expected to close for construction on July 1