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Lynn City Hall and Memorial Auditorium
3 City Hall Square
Lynn, Massachusetts 01901
(781) 598-4000
Mon, Wed and Thurs 8:30AM - 4PM
Tues 8:30AM-8PM & Fri 8:30AM -12:30PM
City Hall is OPEN for Regular Hours All visitors must enter and exit through the Johnson Street entrance with a 25 visitor capacity. All visitors are required to wear a face covering at all times.
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Barr Foundation “get[t]here: Lynn” Mobility Survey

“How do you get around everyday? Do you drive a car, ride a bike, use a rideshare app, walk or use public transportation?

The Barr Foundation has put together the following “get[t]here Lynn” mobility survey for Lynners to share their experiences on how you travel to get to places that are most important to you and the projects that can make a difference in how you move through your community.

The survey will be open until just before Thanksgiving. The survey is available in English, Spanish and Khmer.

Housing Lynn Online Open House and Office Hours



Join us for the latest Housing Lynn event! On Wednesday, October 28th,
Housing Lynn will launch an online open house to get your input on draft plan recommendations.
Full details and links are here in English and Spanish
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October 24th 10 AM until 2 PM At Lynn Classical and Breed Schools - Download The Insurance Form Here!
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Statement from Mayor Thomas M. McGee: Regarding Halloween
As Halloween approaches and Lynn remains at a high risk for COVID-19, I strongly encourage all residents to refrain from engaging in high-risk Halloween activities. Instead, I hope we can find alternative ways to celebrate, as we have had to do all year, in order to keep our community healthy and safe. The CDC categorizes traditional Halloween activities, like trick or treating or indoor costume parties, as high-risk. The following link and attached flyer break down the CDC’s low, moderate and high-risk activities, which include some different ways to celebrate Halloween safely. The state has also released updated guidance for Halloween during COVID-19, which can be found here. Thank you for all of your continued cooperation and patience during these unprecedented times to stop the spread of COVID-19.

A medida que se acerca Halloween y Lynn sigue en alto riesgo de contraer COVID-19, recomiendo encarecidamente a todos los residentes que se abstengan de participar en actividades de alto riesgo en Halloween. En cambio, espero que podamos encontrar formas alternativas de celebrar, como hemos tenido que hacer durante todo el año, para mantener nuestra comunidad sana y segura. El CDC clasifica las actividades tradicionales de Halloween, como el truco o trato o las fiestas de disfraces de interior, como de alto riesgo. El siguiente enlace y el volante adjunto desglosan las actividades de bajo, moderado y alto riesgo de los CDC, que incluyen algunas formas diferentes de celebrar Halloween de manera segura. El estado también ha publicado una guía actualizada para Halloween durante COVID-19, que se puede encontrar aquí. Gracias por toda su continua cooperación y paciencia durante estos tiempos sin precedentes para detener la propagación de COVID-19.
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VOTING INFORMATION FOR THE NOVEMBER 3RD ELECTION - THANK YOU FOR VOTING!

Early Voters Can Now Use The Lynn City Hall Main Entrance
Beginning Thursday, October 22nd through Friday, October 30th, Lynn City Hall will open its main entrance exclusively for early voters. If residents need to conduct City Hall business in addition to voting early, they must enter through the Johnson Street entrance so their information can be recorded for contact tracing purposes. Early voters who require handicap accessibility will still need to use the Johnson Street entrance.

EXCEPTION ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24th: On Saturday, October 24th, all early voters must enter through the Johnson Street entrance. The main entrance to City Hall will be closed. 

LOS VOTANTES TEMPRANOS AHORA PUEDEN USAR LA ENTRADA PRINCIPAL DEL LYNN CITY HALL
A partir del jueves 22 de octubre hasta el viernes 30 de octubre, Lynn City Hall abrirá su entrada principal exclusivamente para los votantes tempranos. Si los residentes necesitan realizar negocios en el ayuntamiento además de votar temprano, deben ingresar por la entrada de Johnson Street para que su información se pueda registrar para fines de rastreo de contactos. Los votantes tempranos que requieran accesibilidad para discapacitados aún deberán usar la entrada de Johnson Street.

EXCEPCIÓN EL SÁBADO 24 DE OCTUBRE: El sábado 24 de octubre, todos los votantes tempranos deben ingresar por la entrada de Johnson Street. La entrada principal al ayuntamiento estará cerrada.

Early Voting Can Be Done In Person or By Mail

IN PERSON: Early Voting hours began on Saturday, October 17, and will end on Friday, October 30, 2020. Early voting takes place at: Lynn City Hall 3 City Hall Square, Lynn

Download The Early Voting Schedule - English/Spanish

BY MAIL: Registered voters have the option to request an early voting ballot through the mail. Complete an Early Voting Application and Mail It To: Election Commission, Lynn City Hall, 3 City Hall Square, Lynn, MA 01901 Room 203

Early Voting Days Are On Our Community Calendar

How To Fill Out Your November 3 Mail In Ballot

1) Please Vote by Coloring in Circles Completely
2) Place Ballot in Early Ballot Yellow Envelope
3) Make Sure To Sign Above Your Printed Name (Red X)
4) Place Yellow Envelope in White Envelope Prepaid Postage Return Envelope

5) Return To Us By One Of Three Ways:
a) Mail Your Ballor Using The U.S. Mail
b) Drop In Official Ballot Box Outside Building
c) In Hand at the Election Office Room 203 Lynn City Hall

Download These Instructions

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CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION AND RESOURCES
VISIT OUR COVID-19 RESOURCES PAGE!
- Listen to the Mayor's COVID-19 Tele Town Hall Podcast
- Reopening Concerns Submit Form and Information
- "STOP THE SPREAD" Get A Test In Lynn
- City of Lynn Reopening Phases 1 and 2
- Extending Curfew/Social Behavior - ENGLISH - SPANISH
- Lynn Essential Services Order - ENGLISH - SPANISH
View and download the "Protect Your Family At Home"

English - Spanish - Haitian Creole - Khmer - Portuguese
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City of Lynn COVID-19 Update: October 23, 2020

The Lynn Public Health Department has confirmed that as of today, the number of active, confirmed positive COVID-19 cases is 425 with 40 new cases today. 4,853 Lynn residents have recovered and 122 have died. The total number of confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in Lynn since March 21, 2020, including those who have died and recovered, is 5,390. Please visit the City of Lynn COVID-19 Data Dashboard which is updated daily.

Stop the Spread Initiative Testing have been extended until December 31st
Please visit our testing webpage for more information on how you can get a free COVID-19 test in the City of Lynn until December 31st.

We will continue to provide regular updates on COVID-19 through the City website (www.lynnma.gov), social media, and the Smart 911 emergency notification system (sign up at www.smart911.com).

Actualización de COVID-19 de la ciudad de Lynn del 23 de octubre de 2020.

El Departamento de Salud Pública de Lynn ha confirmado que a partir de hoy, el número de casos activos, confirmados positivos de COVID-19 es 425 con 40 casos nuevos hoy. 4,853 residentes de Lynn se han recuperado y 122 se han muerto. El número total de casos positivos confirmados de COVID-19 en Lynn desde el 21 de marzo de 2020, incluyendo los que murieron y se recuperaron, es 5,390. Por favor, visite el nuevo registro de data de COVID-19 de la ciudad de Lynn que se actualiza diariamente.

Las pruebas de la iniciativa de Stop the Spread se han extendido hasta el 31 de diciembre
Visite nuestra página de prueba para obtener más información sobre cómo puede obtener una prueba de COVID-19 gratuita en la ciudad de Lynn hasta el 31 de diciembre.

Continuaremos brindando actualizaciones periódicas sobre COVID-19 a través del sitio web de la Ciudad (www.lynnma.gov), las redes sociales y el sistema de notificación de emergencia Smart 911 (regístrese en www.smart911.com).

our testing webpage - nuestra página de prueba

Mayor McGee, EDIC and the State Delegation would like to announce the Baker-Polito Administration Economic Recovery Plan and Small Business Grants

Through the Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation (MGCC), they are administering $50.8 million in grant awards to businesses experiencing economic hardship and a loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The grants will range between $25,000 to $75,000.  Preference is given to small businesses that are minority and/or women owned, veterans, members of other underrepresented groups, or focused on serving the Gateway Cities of Massachusetts.  Preference is also given to applicants that have not been able to receive aid from other federal programs, including PPP and other relief related to COVID-19.

Timeline:  Application will be open for 3 weeks starting 10/22/20 and close on 11/12/20.
Applicant Eligibility:  Each program encompasses its own eligibility criteria.  Applicants must review the information of each program to determine eligibility. 

Small Business Grants and eligibility criteria for 5 or fewer employees:  Click here
Small Business Grants and eligibility criteria for 50 or fewer employees:  Click here

El Alcalde McGee, EDIC y la Delegación del Estado desean anunciar el Plan de Recuperación Económica de la Administración Baker-Polito y las Subvenciones para Pequeñas Empresas

A través de Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation (MGCC), están administrando $50.8 millones en subvenciones a empresas que atraviesan dificultades económicas y una pérdida de ingresos debido a la pandemia de COVID-19. Las subvenciones serán entre $25,000 y $75,000. Se da preferencia a las pequeñas empresas que son de minorías y/o mujeres, veteranos, miembros de otros grupos subrepresentados o que se centran en servir a las Ciudades Gateway de Massachusetts. También se da preferencia a los solicitantes que no han podido recibir ayuda de otros programas federales, incluido el PPP y otro alivio relacionado con COVID-19.

Cronología: la solicitud estará abierta durante 3 semanas a partir del 22 de octubre y se cerrará el 12 de noviembre.

Elegibilidad del solicitante: cada programa abarca sus propios criterios de elegibilidad. Los solicitantes deben revisar la información de cada programa para determinar la elegibilidad.

Subvenciones para pequeñas empresas y criterios de elegibilidad para 5 empleados o menos: Haga clic aqu
Subvenciones para pequeñas empresas y criterios de elegibilidad para 50 empleados o menos: Haga clic aquí

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ONGOING NOTICES, NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
- SOLID WASTE FEE - Due to rising solid waste costs effective January 1st, 2021 any residence with additional barrels leased through Waste Management will incur an additional solid waste fee from the City. Please call the DPW with any questions. (781) 268-8000.
- NEW ENHANSED ONLINE BILL PAY SERVICES ANNOUNCED - Details and Links Can Be Found Here!
- SNOW FIGHTERS - 2020-2021 Snow Fighter Applications Will Be Available On October 1st, 2020
- READ AN ONLINE BOOK THROUGHT THE LYNN PUBLIC LIBRARY ! Visit NobleNet For More!
- RECYCLING FINES - Click Here To Pay Your Recycling Fine Online
- PURPLE OVERFLOW TRASH BAGS - Overflow bags available at the Lynn DPW, more info and locations here!
- PUBLIC RECORD REQUEST - Visit Our Public Records Request And Guideline Pages
- SENIOR AND MISC. TRASH ABATEMENT - Download The Abatement Form
- RESIDENTS AFFECTED BY FIRE - Click Here For Information And Resources
- PAST NOTICES - See Our Community Notices Page For Past Postings
OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS LYNN AUDITORIUM CURRENT SHOW SCHEDULE

PINE GROVE FALL CLEAN UP - OCT. 15th - NOV. 1st 2020
All decorations will be removed and disposed of between these dates.
Any summer planters and miscellaneous items left on the graves that will interfere with the fall clean-up and maintenance of the cemetery will be removed from the lots and graves. All fencing and borders must be removed.  Please cut back all perennial plants. Vigil Lights, Mums and fall decorations may remain. The replacing of any items on the graves is prohibited from October 15th through November 1st. Residents having questions or needing additional information may contact the Lynn DPW, Cemetery Division at (781) 268-8000 extension 13 or feel free to email us. Thank you for your cooperation. Refer to our Rules and Regulations or visit our webpage for more information.

Visit Our Website For Show Details or Here For Tickets!

Irish Tenors w/Mairead Nesbitt | December 20, 2020
Baby Shark Live ! | CANCELLED February 6, 2021
The NYC Bee Gees | March 20, 2021
Brian Culbertson | April 15, 2021
Ultimate Queen Celebration | April 17, 2021
Golden Boys ! | April 24, 2021
Ultimate 70's Tour | April 29, 2021
Jesus Adrian Romero | May 22, 2021
Boston Gay Men's Chorus | May 23, 2021
Christopher Cross | September 30, 2021
Get The LED Out | June 4, 2021
Happy Together Tour 2020 | June 20, 2021
Tiny Meat Gang | July 21, 2021
Thomas Andres & Sandra | August 15, 2021
Chevy Chase - Vacation | December 17, 2021
Marisela and Torres| Postponed
Miel San Marcos | New Date Soon



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