In 2016, Amesbury City Council passed a resolution supporting the cleanup of the former Microfab Inc.
Earlier this year, Senator Diana DiZoglio submitted a request to earmark $100,000 in State funds for Lake Gardner.
Hi Amesbury, This weather lately is just so New England - rain, sun, rain, sun!
Throughout the pandemic, the City of Amesbury has worked to support our local businesses as much as possible in as many ways as we could.
The City of Amesbury is proud to bring Fireworks back for the Fourth of July, in partnership with Amesbury Days. We are expecting a large... more ››
The Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative (LMVRC), led by the City of Amesbury, held COVID-19 vaccination clinics from... more ››
Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, Emancipation Day and Jubilee Day, commemorates the end of slavery in the United States.
As you may know, the City of Amesbury has been in the process of reviewing and making proposed changes to the City Charter. Per the Charter... more ››
Monday, May 31st is Memorial Day, and the Veterans' Services Office for the City of Amesbury partners with the local VFW for Memorial Day... more ››
For more than 350 years, the City of Amesbury has grown and evolved as a community. From our deep industrial history to our thriving... more ››
Earlier this year the School Committee launched a Superintendent Search Committee to recruit, interview and recommend a candidate to be the... more ››
For the November 2021 election, the period to pull nomination papers opens on Thursday, May 13th.
Today is Arbor Day! Mayor Gove issued the below proclamation for the occasion, and in celebration of the Richard Gale Memorial Tree Program.
The Amesbury School Committee has named three finalists who will move to the next round of interviews for Superintendent of Amesbury Public... more ››
Every month I AMesbury 2030 Task Force member Peggy Green will share an update on what's happening with our 2030 planning! Hi... more ››
Police Chief William Scholtz has served the City of Amesbury with distinction for nearly 30 years. Due to recent health issues, he is... more ››
Mayor Gove is joining communities around the country proclaiming Monday, March 1st at COVID-19 Memorial Day.